Manoj Tiwari Early Life and Education: Tiwari was one of six children born to Chandradev Tiwari and Lalita Devi on February 1, 1971, in the Varanasi neighborhood of Kabir Chaura, Uttar Pradesh. Bihar’s Kaimur district is home to Atarwalia, a small village. Banaras Hindu University is where Tiwari earned his M.P.Ed.
Personal life of Manoj Tiwari
Rani was Tiwari’s first wife, whom he married in 1999. Rhiti is the name of their daughter. After eleven years of marriage, Tiwari and Rani filed for divorce in 2011. In 2012, they called it quits. He later married Surbhi, and they had a daughter, who was born on December 30, 2020.
Career life of Manoj Tiwari
He has previously worked as a singer and actor in the Bhojpuri film industry. In 2003, he appeared in Sasura Bada Paisawala as a supporting character. Daroga Babu, I Love You, and Bandhan Toote Na are the other movies in which he acted.
According to the BBC, Ravi Kishan was the top male actor in Bhojpuri cinema in 2005, and Tiwari charged roughly US$ 90,000 for every film.
Tiwari was a Bigg Boss contestant in 2010 and finished fourth in the competition. Manoj Tiwari also performed it in Gangs of Wasseypur as “Jiya Ho Bihar Ke Lala Jiya Tu Hazar Sala.”
Political career of Manoj Tiwari
In 2009, Tiwari ran as a candidate for the Samajwadi Party in the Gorakhpur constituency for the 15th Lok Sabha elections. Yogi Adityanath defeated him.
On the other hand, Zeenews quoted him as claiming that he was not “a political person but concerned about the development of the Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh” when he had the opportunity to choose from three districts.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) nominated him for reelection in the 2014 general elections in India, which he won. 1,44,084 votes separated him from AAP candidate Anand Kumar.
In 2016, he was elected president of the BJP in Delhi. A record-breaking victory in the 2017 MCD elections was attributable to his leadership of the Delhi BJP.
An angry crowd allegedly broke into his Mumbai home in November 2009 and beat him because of comments he allegedly made regarding the Shiv Sena.
Tiwari vehemently refuted the accusations against him. In addition to supporting Ramdev’s hunger strike at the Ramlila Ground protests, Tiwari has denounced the arrest of Anna Hazare.
Tiwari, a BJP contender in the North East Delhi constituency of New Delhi, defeated Indian National Congress rival Sheila Dikshit in the 2019 general elections by a margin of 3.63 lakh votes.