Aatm Prakash Mishra Wiki, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography & More

Aatm Prakash Mishra

Aatm Prakash Mishra – an Indian actor, singer, and theatre director – is well-known for his appearance as ‘Bachhu’ in Netflix’s web series ‘Jamtara – Sabka Number Aayega’ in 2020.

Wiki/Biography

Aatm Prakash Mishra was born on Friday, 15 August 1992 (age 30 years; as of 2022) in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh. [1]Aatm Prakash Mishra – Instagram

Aatm Prakash Mishra in his childhood

Aatm Prakash Mishra in his childhood

Aatm Prakash Mishra

Aatm Prakash Mishra as a kid

He studied at the Ravindra Nath Tagore Inter College (2007-2009) in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh. He pursued his Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language and Literature (General) at Barkatullah University (2009-2012) in Bhopal. According to Aatm Prakash, he did his graduation from the Madhya Pradesh School of Drama. [2]Hindustan Times Aatm Prakash has done an internship in theatres for a year. He completed his master’s in performing arts and theatre at the University of Mumbai (2014-2017). [3]Aatm Prakash Mishra – LinkedIn Reportedly, in 2009, Aatm Prakash Mishra left his hometown, Bahraich, to pursue acting. [4]Hindustan Times

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 9″

Weight (approx.): 65 kg

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Aatm Prakash Mishra

Family

There is not much information about his family.

Parents & Siblings

His father, Hrishi Kesh Mishra, is a retired teacher, and his mother is a housemaker. His brother’s name is Gyan Mishra. He has two sisters.

Aatm Prakash Mishra's parents

Aatm Prakash Mishra’s parents

Aatm Prakash with his parents

Aatm Prakash with his parents

Religion

Aatm Prakash Mishra follows Hinduism. [5]Aatm Prakash Mishra – Instagram

Career

Actor

OTT

Aatm Prakash Mishra made his debut in 2020 with the series, ‘Jamtara – Sabka Number Aayega’ and ‘Farrey’ – broadcasted on Netflix and ALT Balaji OTT platforms respectively. He appeared as ‘Bachhu’ in “Jamtara –  Sabka Number Aayega.”

Aatm Prakash Mishra in 'Jamtara - Sabka Number Aayega' (2020)

Aatm Prakash Mishra in ‘Jamtara – Sabka Number Aayega’ (2020)

Aatm Prakash Mishra could be spotted in other web series such as ‘Ankahi Ansuni’ (2021), ‘Shiksha Mandal’ (2022), ‘Criminal Justice: Adhura Sach’ (2022), and many more.

From left - Aatm Prakash Mishra (as Deep), along with co-star Pankaj Tripathi (as Madhav Mishra) in 'Criminal Justice - Adhura Sach' (2022)

From left – Aatm Prakash Mishra (as Deep), along with co-star Pankaj Tripathi (as Madhav Mishra) in ‘Criminal Justice – Adhura Sach’ (2022)

Theatre

Aatm Prakash Mishra has worked in theatres as an actor.

Aatm Prakash Mishra playing the role of a villian in one of the theatre plays

Aatm Prakash Mishra playing the role of a villain in one of the theatre’s plays

Director

Theatre

While pursuing an internship in theatres for a year, Aatm Prakash Mishra directed four plays and theatre workshops. Reportedly, he worked at the Madhya Pradesh School of Drama in India. [6]Indulge Express One of the theatre plays directed by Aatm Prakash was ‘Jati Hi Pucho Sadhu Ki’ (2016) with the ‘Satvik Art Society’ group.

Aatm Prakash with one of the groups of his students (2018-19 batch) at Madhya Pradesh School of Drama

Aatm Prakash with one of the groups of his students (2018-19 batch) at Madhya Pradesh School of Drama

Facts/Trivia

  • He loves working in plays and has formed a music band named ‘Mandi House Band.’
  • Reportedly, Aatm Prakash Mishra was one of the singers of the chorus ‘Chal Tu Apna Kaam Kar’ of the film “Newton” (2017).
  • He has worked with veterans like Padmashree Bansi Kaul, Sanjay Upadhayaya, Alok Chatterjee, Late Chandrahas Tiwari, Nicolas Dutch, Devendra Raj Ankur and many more.
  • According to the sources, Aatm Prakash gives credit to his uncle, Shivkesh Mishra – associate editor in India Today – for realising his potential and asking him to give his acting career a shot. While talking about his first mentor while performing in theatres, Aatm Prakash Mishra said,

    It was quite amazing and unexpected. The credit goes to my uncle, who sent me to Bhopal from a small town, Bahraich in Uttar Pradesh. I did theatre for one-and-a-half years with my first mentor Alok Chatterji. Bhopal taught me a lot in four years. After which I came to Mumbai, went through the audition process and got work. [12]The Tribune

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