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Pushpendra Singh


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About Pushpendra Singh

Pushpendra Singh is a 44 years old male from Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Pushpendra is most well known for acting, and has 10 known credits, of which 10 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Pushpendra Singh’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Pushpendra Singh’s movies you should definitely watch The Song of Scorpions (2019), as with 7.0 it is the highest rated movie Pushpendra has worked on!

  1. The Song of Scorpions (2019)
  2. Trishna (2011)
  3. Zindagi tumse (2019)
  4. The Shepherdess and the Seven Songs (2020)
  5. The Man's Woman and Other Stories (2009)

1. The Song of Scorpions (2019 Movie)

The best rated movie Pushpendra Singh has been a part of is the drama movie The Song of Scorpions, where they had the role of . It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 5.9 on IMDb .

2. Trishna (2011)

Trishna has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 6.0 on IMDb . Pushpendra Singh worked on this drama movie as Imran.

3. Zindagi tumse (2019)

In Zindagi tumse Pushpendra Singh was worked as Toast the Knowing . This movie has a rating on 6.0 on IMDb .

4. The Shepherdess and the Seven Songs (2020)

This drama movie has a rating on 6.7 on IMDb . In The Shepherdess and the Seven Songs Pushpendra Singh had the role of .

5. The Man's Woman and Other Stories (2009)

Pushpendra Singh was a part of the movie The Man's Woman and Other Stories as Jainath & Carpenter-2. This drama movie has a rating 7.5 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Pushpendra Singh born?

Pushpendra Singh’s birthday is on 1 January 1978 .

What is Pushpendra Singh’s gender?

Pushpendra Singh is male.

Where was Pushpendra Singh born?

Pushpendra Singh was born in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India.

What is Pushpendra most known for?

Pushpendra Singh is most known for acting. Pushpendra has worked on 10 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Pushpendra Singh’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Song of Scorpions, which has a score of 7.0.

Pushpendra’s Filmography

Executive producer. While Nooran, learns the ancient art of healing with music from her mother, Aadam a camel trader listens to her sing and falls in love with her and they marry. But soon, Nooran discovers treachery and must avenge herself and rediscover her lost song.

As Imran. When her father is killed in a road accident, Trishna's family expect her to provide for them. The rich son of an entrepreneur starts to restlessly pursue her affections, but are his intentions as pure as they seem?

Executive producer. Trapped between her cowardly husband and regular harassment by a local authority, Laila, a nomadic shepherdess, decides to break out of her old identity and chart a new path.

Executive producer. Based on a folk tale by legendary writer Vijaydan Detha, this love story is set in Rajasthan’s Thar Desert. A group of conservative women on their daily long trek to collect water enjoy their brief parole from scrutiny by doffing their veils reciting songs and talking of hidden desires. But hidebound Lajwanti keeps her veil and as the others mock her, she follows but at a distance. When a strange man crosses their path, Lajwanti is struck by his silent commitment to collecting doves. This encounter starts Lajwanti on a startling journey of self-discovery. Geeta

As Waris Singh. The film is set in a modern day 'Berlin Republic' liberated from all irrelevancies. It's about artistic production, the creative industries and above all film and cinema - a political manifesto in feature film format. It centres on Asta, tough, hardened by theory and immaculately styled right down to the emblems on her leather jacket, with current art scene jargon flowing elegantly from her lips.

Executive producer. On holiday from boarding school, young Ishvaku is fascinated by the bedtime story his mother relates to him—that of the warrior Ashwatthama, from the Mahabharata, whose blind vengeance provokes a curse from Lord Krishna, forcing him to wander the earth in eternal suffering. But the story is interrupted by a bandit raid in which Ishvaku’s mother is killed, and Ishvaku is packed off to his ancestral village in the Chambal Valley ravines of Central India. There he discovers a family in crisis, whose rituals, traditions and orthodox feudal values are becoming redundant. Meanwhile, Ishvaku’s own life take a strange turn, as a visiting sacred bull predicts that both wisdom and tragedy will soon come to him. In anticipation of such tragedy, Ishvaku attempts to escape into the magical realm of Ashwatthama

Executive producer. Moti Khan, a musically gifted child from the lower caste Muslim Manganiyars of the Thar Desert, is forced to sing and play music for their ancestral patrons in order to survive, even though he finds it humiliating. Sattar, his father, wants Moti to study and make a career outside music. But Moti aspires to be a successful singer so that he is treated respectfully. He leaves his village behind and sets out on a journey to discover his music.

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