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Indian Film actor Alok Pandey’s masterpiece Bichauliye Shahar is dedicated to his father

Alok Pandey is an Indian film actor. Alok was born on 30 April 1988 in Dadun village of Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh. During his college days, Alok, along with his friends (Ravi Chauhan and Dharmendra Singh Sisodia) once went to see a theater play, after seeing which he became so obsessed with the genre that with them,  He joined Sanskriti Theater Group in 2007 which is his first drama group. Whose director is Alok Saxena ji, Alok started his acting life under his guidance. Then in 2009 he took admission in Bhartendu Natya Academy, Lucknow and took this journey forward. He did many plays in Lucknow BNA,

After that he was selected in Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute of Kolkata. A year later, in December 2012, Alok finally moved to Mumbai. Then the real race of life began, after initially not fitting in hundreds of auditions, he soon got the lead role in Ravi Khemu’s serial – “Hamere Gaon Koi Aayega”, which he was producing for Doordarshan, the main role in this serial. The role ‘Ghulam Nabi’ was played by Alok. Apart from this, Alok was very much in the news for his character Tufail played with John Abraham in the film ‘Batla House’, and also played a major character ‘Bunty’ in ‘Lucknow Central’ with Farhan Akhtar, which was appreciated, like Komal Nahta. The veteran film critic himself. Recently, Alok did a short film ‘K. KK Kiran’ which you can watch on MX Player. Which has been made by the emerging young filmmaker ‘Gaurav’. In the journey of acting, Alok has also acquired many different experiences from the world, which he knows to convey in the form of poetry and memoirs. This book is a bouquet decorated with some of those experiences and memories. This is his first collection of poems which Alok has dedicated to his late father Shri Shivram Pandey.

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