Manoj Tiwari was born on (1st February 1971) is an Indian politician, singer, and actor filling in as the Member of Parliament from North East Delhi. He contested the 2009 general election as a Samajwadi Party competitor from Gorakhpur Lok Sabha yet lost to Yogi Adityanath. Once again, he contested the 2014 Indian election as a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) competitor and won. He was selected as Delhi BJP president in 2016. He was the leader of the BJP association in Delhi when the party recorded a record triumph in the 2017 MCD races. He was a competitor in Bigg Boss.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Manoj Tiwari
1- Manoj Tiwari’s Family Background And Education
He was born in Kabir Chaura area of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, he is one of the six children of Chandradev Tiwari and Lalita Devi. He hails from Atarwalia, a small town in the Kaimur area of Bihar. Manoj Tiwari finished his M.P.Ed. degree from Banaras Hindu University.
2- He Was An Actor And Singer In Bhojpuri Film Industry For Years
Before his association in cinema, he had spent years as a vocalist and an on-screen character in the Bhojpuri film industry.
3- His Best Role In Movie
In 2003, he played a role in the film ‘Sasura Bada Paisawala’, which was commercially successful and was broadly hailed for reviving the Bhojpuri film industry. He pursued this with the successful movies ‘Daroga Babu I Love You’ and ‘Bandhan Toote Na’.
4- He Was Recognized As Greatest Male Star By BBC
The BBC announced in 2005 that Manoj Tiwari and Ravi Kishan were the greatest male stars in the prospering Bhojpuri cinema market and that Manoj Tiwari charged around US$ 90,000 for every film.
5- He Appeared In Big Boss As A Contestant
In 2010, Manoj Tiwari was a contestant in the fourth period of reality television show Bigg Boss.
6- He Sang A Song For Movie Named ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’
Manoj Tiwari additionally sang “Jiya Ho Bihar Ke Lala Jiya Tu Haazar Sala” in Gangs of Wasseypur
7- He Won The North East Delhi (Lok Sabha Constituency) Indian Elections
He won the North East Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency) in the 2014 Indian elections from BJP. He crushed Anand Kumar from AAP with an edge of 1,44,084 votes.
8- His Married Life
Manoj Tiwari is a divorcee. In 2011, he and his better half, Rani was involved in divorce procedures, after eleven years of marriage. They have a daughter.