In the 90s, Chunky Pandey earned a lot of fame in Bollywood, also was a superstar in Bangladeshi films


The real name of Chunky Pandey is Suyesh Pandey. Chunky was born on 26 September 1962 in Mumbai. In 1987, he made his Bollywood debut with the film Aag Hi Aag. Along with Solo Hero films, Chunky multi starrer films have also been seen in plenty. On the occasion of his birthday, he knows some special things related to him.

Chunky Pandey made his mark in Bollywood by giving other superhit films including 'Paap Ki Duniya' (1988), 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' (1988), 'Jahule' (1990), and 'Aankhen' (1992). He played Anil Kapoor's friend in the 1988 superhit film 'Tezaab', for which he received the Filmfare Award for Supporting Actor.

In the mid-90s, Chunky Pandey started getting mostly supporting characters, after which he turned to Bangladeshi cinema. In 1995, Chunky Pandey played the lead in a Bangladeshi film for the first time. He achieved stardom in Bangladesh despite not having a local language. Chunky gave hit films in Bangladeshi cinema including 'Swami Keno Asami', 'Besh Korechi Prem Korechi', 'Meera e Manush' among others.

Chunky Pandey made his Bollywood comeback with the 2003 multi-starrer film 'Qayamat'. In this film, he played the negative character of scientists. After this, he did 'Paying Guest', 'Housefull' series four films, 'Bullet Raja' and 'Begum Jaan'. He mostly played negative roles in this phase of his career.

Apart from films, Chunky Pandey along with his wife Bhavna runs a health food restaurant in Mumbai. Apart from this, he has an event management company called Bollywood Electric, which is known for its stage shows. Chunky Pandey has two daughters, the eldest of which Ananya Pandey has made her Bollywood debut.