Born/Date of Birthday: 27 October 1965
Place of Birth: Mumbai, India
Occupation: Actor, voice artist, television host
Mohan Kapur (born 27 October 1965) is an Indian actor who is a familiar face in Indian cinema and television industry. Mohan is famous for being the first South Asian host of the first South Asian original programme produced by a satellite network (Zee TV), Saanp Seedi (Snakes & Ladders). Saanp Seedi was the first and only television series launched on satellite in the Asia-Pacific's from 1992 - 1994 which included Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Saanp Seedi is best described as a combination game, variety and talk show starring Kapur with frequent celebrity guests. His TV success led to a crossover in the Indian Film Industry, his first role being the lead antagonist in Beqabu (1996) which eventually led to a career appearing in over 60 Film and TV series. Mohan is known for his scene stealing moments in Indian films such as in the hit Bodyguard opposite Salman Khan. He often plays the good guy turned bad, the "surprise antagonist", such as his roles in the Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex Film Sadak 2 (2020) and his award nominated performance in the Hindi remake of the Israeli series for Disney+ Hotstar Hostages (2019-2020).
Kapoor is also known for his voice artist dubs foreign media where he's known as the voice of Poirot in the Kenneth Branagh adaptations, the official voice of Dwayne Johnson and Dr. Strange as depicted by actor Benedict Cumberbatch. He speaks English, Punjabi and Hindi.
Kapur is sometimes spelled out phonetically as "Kapoor" to those who translate his name from an Indian Language to English.
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