Mukul Nag is amongst the best actors of National School of Drama, India. He is from Meerut, India. “Taimoor or Balak” was his first play. He directed, acted and organized the play all by himself at the age of 12 years. With the passion for drama, after completing his studies, he started his course with National School of Drama. Mukul is an Indian actor, who also showed his talent in South Indian Films. In Bollywood, he performed in various movies like Apaharan, Satta, Company, Phantom, Mast and Hazaar Chaurasi KI Maa. He played the role of Chandrashekhar Azad in Sagar Art’s movie Bhagat Singh.
He also acted as Sudama in Krishna and Sudama. His best known role is of a saint, Sai Baba of Shirdi, in the Hindi language, it is Shirdi Ke Sai Baba. It was a series, based on historical drama, produced by Sagar Films and broadcast by Star Plus in 2006. Sai Leela Times had an interview with him in which he said, “Papaji (Lt. Shri Ramanand Sagar) asked me just one question before putting me into the role of Sai Baba in the serial. He asked me about how I am planning to do the role. I replied that I will do my job with full Devotion, and he said that I am to do this role and that he just wanted to know the extent of my dedication." His role as Sai Baba in Shirdhi ke Sai Baba showed his talent and passion towards acting and which has a very positive impact towards his career.