Bramhaswaroop Mishra is an actor and production manager, best known for his appearance in the Manjhi: The Mountain Man (2015) , Kesari (2019) , The Man’s Woman and Other Stories (2009) and Super 30 (2019) films and the Mirzapur (2018) Amazon Prime web series.
Bramhaswaroop Mishra (Brahma) graduated from the College for Higher Education Excellence in Bhopal. A friend of Alakhnandan’s, a famous theatre artist, was his college professor, Dr. Vijay Bahadur. In 2003, Brahma told his professor, who introduced him to Alakhnandan, of his desire to pursue a career in acting. Alakhnandan became Brahma’s tutor afterwards and taught him dramatic skills.
In 2006, to pursue a career in acting, Bramha left his hometown, Bhopal. Bramhaswaroop Mishra enrolled at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, in 2006. Bramhaswaroop Mishra moved to Mumbai in 2009 after completing his course and starred in a museum film ‘Nainsukh’ by Amit Dutta, who was Bramhaswaroop Mishra’s senior at the FTII.
He made his Bollywood debut in 2013 with the film Chor-Chor Super Chor, in which he acted as Vava. The film was directed by K. Rajesh, who was a senior at the Film Institute with Bramhaswaroop Mishra. Dangal (2016), Badrinath Ki Dulhania (2017), Super 30 (2019), etc., are his other films.
In 2018, with the Amazon Prime Web TV series, Mirzapur, in which he played the role of Lalit, Bramhaswaroop Mishra came into the limelight. He appeared in 2019 in the film Kesari, in which he played the role of ‘Khudadad,’ an iconic character who after giving water to enemies, becomes a martyr.
Theatre groups such as the plays of Kopal Productions, Sharad Joshi Express, and Impatient Seeker are also affiliated with him.