Manoj Bajpayee nominated for Best Actor at the 10th Annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards


The two times National Award winning actor Manoj Bajpayee seems to be on his way for some more accreditations considering the kind of love he is receiving from across the globe. With so much appreciation coming his way not only from India but also from all over the world, the fine actor has been winning millions of hearts with his phenomenal performances.
It started with the premiere of his film ‘Aligarh’ at the Busan Film Festival to being invited as the chief guest to inaugurate the South Asian Film Festival of Paris where his film ‘Aligarh’ was a topic of discussion amongst a panel consisting of well acclaimed personalities from the film fraternity from across the globe. His cult classic film series ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ and short film ‘Taandav’ were also screened for the cinema lovers there.
The talented actor now goes on to be nominated by the 10th Annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (Brisbane, Australia) for the Best Actor category for his performance in ‘Aligarh’. Nominated for such a prestigious award, Manoj has been pitted against well renowned actors from Asia.
“It is gratifying to be appreciated for all the hard work I have put to what I have achieved till now. There is no stopping, there is a lot more to achieve; but the overwhelming response garnered from so many people  across the globe gives me the inspiration to perform better every time. I am thankful to all my loved ones and fans who have been my inspiration and have motivated me to do good work,” says the ecstatic Manoj Bajpayee.
He has portrayed different and challenging characters and has proved to be one of the finest actors that Indian cinema fraternity has and can count upon. The versatile actor plays a big role in promoting Indian cinema, talent and culture across the Indian boundaries, into the hearts of various cinema lovers in the world. With so much appreciation and recognition internationally, seems like the ‘Global Icon’ feather will soon be tucked in Manoj’s hat.


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