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Pankaj Tripathi plays dholak as he hosts a musical evening at his home, watch video

Pankaj Tripathi's latest video proves the actor is well versed with playing the musical instrument dholak too. The actor's talent was revealed as he hosted a musical evening at his home.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 19, 2021 8:35:25 am
pankaj tripathi new video dholakPankaj Tripathi will next be seen in 83. (Photo: Instagram/shashi_samad)

Pankaj Tripathi is a man of many talents. After impressing fans with his acting prowess, the talented star is grabbing eyeballs for his dholak skills. In a video that’s emerged, Tripathi proves that he’s well versed in playing the musical instrument too.

The video has been shared by Shashibhushan on Instagram. His account says he’s a writer, and in what appears in the video, Shashibhushan is singing while strumming a ukulele. In the video, Pankaj Tripathi is matching tunes on a dholak, as one can also see his wife Mridula enjoying the musical piece.

Shashibhushan’s Hindi caption translated into, “With Kaleen bhaiya. Today, I got a chance to visit Kaleen bhaiya’s house. Pankaj bhaiya is a beautiful human being, so much so, that in our second meeting itself, I got the guts to call him bhaiya instead of sir. I thankful to Avinash Das who helped me fulfil my dream. Loads of love. I’ll always remember your support.”

Pankaj Tripathi has appeared in some praiseworthy films in the last year, including Gunjan Saxena, Ludo and Mimi. He was recently a guest on Amitabh Bachchan-hosted Kaun Banega Crorepati 13 along with actor Pratik Gandhi. Tripathi will next be seen in 83.

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