In this episode of Ek Slice Zindagi, Nri Affairs brings to you the accomplished actor Yashpal Sharma in a candid conversation with Anu Bharat on a range of exciting topics.
In this gripping conversation, Yashpal Sharma talks about his upcoming work and much more:
Although majorly known for his action-packed on-screen negative personas, a long list of Yashpal Sharma movies has shown the audience that the actor who started with Govind Nihalani’s “Hazaar Chaurasi ki Maa” in 1998 has more to him than meets the eye.
Shool, Arjun Pandit, Lagaan, Gangajal, Apharan, Ab Tak Chappan, Singh is King, Arakshan, Rowdy Rathore only enlists some of the films where Yashpal has showcased his acting prowess.
Yashpal’s talent for filling up a role and winning over audiences is amazing – he did it with ease on several television shows, be it Tarak Mehta ka Ulta Chashma or Neeli Chatri Wale, or in series of illustrious dramas in Theatre World like One on One and Lakeerein to name some.
After proving his acting talent in several regional films, Yashpal Sharma now turns to film direction with a biopic on Haryanvi poet Pandit Lakshmi Chand which Yashpal himself brilliantly writes.