Actor Ashok Pathak is well-known for his roles in Sacred Games, Shanghai (2012), and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015). (2018). He gained notoriety as “Binod” because he played the character in the webseries Panchayat 2.
On July 10, 1999, Ashok Pathak was born in India. The names of his mother and father are unknown. There is no information available about his family.
Ashok Pathak graduated from high school.
Eye color:- Black
Hair color:- Black
For the past 11 years, Ashok has been acting. The Bittoo Boss actor who played the Panchayat character was hesitant to try out for Panchayat Season 2. When discussing the same, he remarked, “I was shocked to hear from the casting when I answered the phone. In fact, I’ve been portraying roles like a street seller, a driver, or a security guard for the past few years. It seems that Vinod, the character, is likewise like that in such circumstances. I repeatedly put off the audition by two or three days. Because the casting guys are my buddies, I was unable to even refuse them.”
He got chosen for the part after giving an audition. “I recorded a video audition and sent it to them. I was aiming for Aarya at the moment. I was selected for the job because they liked that video. I never say no to a job. However, perhaps this was inevitable. But perhaps that was necessary since otherwise I would not have had that much support from others, “added he.
Ashok Pathak is delighted by the audience’s overwhelming response and all the attention he is receiving. He is perusing all of the tweets and Facebook comments.
In his life, Ashok has experienced many highs and lows. His family moved from Bihar to Haryana in search of employment, and things were good financially for them. He began selling cotton while he was in Class 10 in order to support his family. On a bicycle, he used to sell cotton. His father’s financial situation had improved by the time he was in Class 12. In college, he discovered theatre, and ever since, he has been acting.
11 years ago, Ashok Pathak would have only had Rs. 40,000 in his pocket when he arrived in Mumbai. But today, as a result of the little roles he did in movies and television shows, he has acquired a Mumbai apartment with a one-room kitchen.