Details of Tsharani's wife are unknown, but her Instagram posts reveal that she is a married man. He regularly posts photos of his two beautiful children.
He grunts, blows and whistles as the ancestors reveal a cure to heal his beloved patients. He is the great Mulimisi who serves the outcasts by curing their plagues. Who is Mulimisi in real life?
The fascinating Humbulani Tsharani hails from Tshino, Venda in Limpopo, South Africa. His deep Venda chants reveal his fluency and understanding of the Venda culture and language. Humbilani currently lives in Johannesburg.
Hilarious Humbulani Tsharani attended Edison Nesengani High School in Thohoyandou. After that, he went to Venda University.
It has always been a dream for Humbulani to become an actor, that he ate until he was 30 to show his talent.
He attended open auditions at Muvhango in 2012 and landed the role of Lufuno's crazy friend. In 2013 he changed and began to play the role of the traditional healer Mulimisi.
Although he can hit hard, open his eyes and be strong on television, he is not a true healer. Humbulani is always surprised when he meets people who believe that he can heal. Interestingly, his grandfather was a great Sangoma, but his father never led him to such a life.
Humbulani Tsharani portrays the character of Mulimisi Negota in Muvhango. He is so good in the role of him that people believe that he has special healing powers.
He is really an investment in the entertainment industry because his skills available and whatever it is that you can do it is not many people who can achieve that or do that he is a great man because of this works.
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