Deepak Kumar Mishra is an Indian film director, supporting actor, and scriptwriter. In the Indian film industry, he is famous for directing the television shows such as Permanent Roommates (2014), Humorously Yours (2016), and Panchayat Series (2020 and 2022).
Deepak Kumar Mishra was born on Wednesday, 18 April 1990 (age 30 years; as of 2022) in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. His zodiac sign is Aries. He completed his school education at St John’s School, DLW, Varanasi. In 2009, Deepak Kumar Mishra earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. Deepak Mishra’s LinkedIn Account
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The names of his parents are not known.
Deepak Kumar Mishra has two sisters.
He is not married.
Deepak Kumar Mishra started writing street plays when he was a college student. The famous Indian director Joshi Paul gave him a chance to work under him during his college days. Later, he quit his job at a US Air Force agency named Aerospace Research and Development to join the Indian filmmaking industry. Deepak Kumar Mishra made his assistant directorial debut with the film Om Shanti Om in 2017. He started working as an associate creative director at Viral Field Fever Media Labs in 2012. In 2013, Deepak Kumar Mishra started working as a supporting actor in the film Sulemani Keeda. In the same year, he appeared in a parody titled TVF rowdies in which he portrayed the character of Raghu Ram. Deepak Kumar Mishra received a chance to work as an assistant director in the film Happy New Year in 2018. The renowned Bollywood actors Sonu Sood, Shahrukh Khan, and Deepika Padukone were the cast in the film. In the same year, Deepak Kumar Mishra appeared in the web series TSP Zeroes. In 2019, he worked in Kota Factory, and, in 2021, he was cast in the web series Baap Baap Hota Hai.
Deepak Kumar Mishra owns a BMW.
A panchayat in India is the personification of what village life is. I wanted to revive the viewers’ fondness for classic shows and relate that to reality. When we were kids, we grew up watching shows like ‘Malgudi Days’ and ‘Panchatantra’. This had the essence of small village culture. We aimed to show the new-age generation what we grew up watching back in the day. ‘Panchayat’s name connects viewers to their motherlands.”