Ashwini Bhave

Ashwini Bhave (also spelled Ashvini Bhave) is an Indian model and actress known for her work in both Hindi and Marathi-language films and television serials. Born and raised in India, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.[1]

Ashvini Bhave
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Bhave in 2009
NationalityIndian
Other namesAshvini Bhave
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)Kishore Bopardikar
Children2
Websitehttp://www.ashvinibhave.com

CareerEdit

Bhave was first noticed on television in a Hindi Sci-Fi serial Antariksh. She later portrayed the lead heroine in Marathi films such as Dhadakebaaz, Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi and Kalat Nakalat opposite top Marathi movie stars like Laxmikant Berde, Ashok Saraf, Sachin and Vikram Gokhale.

Her career spans over 40 films with several critically acclaimed performances in films such as Kalat Nakalat, Ahuti, Ashi Hi Banawa Banvi, Bhairavi, Purush, and the film, Heena by R.K. Productions.[2][3] Subsequently, she starred in other Hindi movies such as Meera Ka Mohan, Honeymoon, Sainik and Bandhan. Bhave again switched over to television and Marathi movies. In 1993, she performed in the Kannada film Vishnu Vijay directed by Keshu starring South Indian actor Dr.Vishnuvardhan, Akshay Kumar (her co-star in Sainik), Ashutosh Rana and others.[4][5] In 1997 she acted in V. Manohar's directorial Kannada film Rangenahalliyage Rangada Rangegowda starring Dr.Ambareesh and Ramesh Aravind.

Bhave also played the lead role in a famous Marathi stage play Lagnachi Bedi (The Handcuffs of Marriage). In 1993, she played the character of a mother to Saif Ali Khan & Aamir Khan (albeit step one in Aamir's case) in the Yash Chopra's movie Parampara. She later acted in a television mega-serial Yugpurush.

Personal lifeEdit

Bhave graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from Ruparel College, Mumbai and a Bachelor's degree in Motion Pictures & Television from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco . Ashwini is married to Kishore Bopardikar, an entrepreneur.[6] In 2007, she made a comeback as a producer and lead actress in the Marathi language movie Kadachit, which was shown in both Maharashtra and the US.[citation needed]

FilmographyEdit

Hindi filmsEdit

Year Film Role
1991 Henna Chandani Kaul
1992 Meera Ka Mohan Meera
1992 Honeymoon
1993 Sainik Alka
1993 Parampara Rajeshwari
1993 Kayda Kanoon Shehnaz Lucknowi / Maria D'Souza
1993 Ashaant Anita
1994 Cheetah Anita
1994 Chauraha Poonam
1994 Zakhmi Dil Anitha
1994 Ekka Raja Rani Asha
1994 Mohabbat Ki Arzoo Shalu Singh
1994 Purush
1995 Vapsi Sajan Ki Pooja
1996 Jurmana Kiran Saxena
1996 Bhairavi Ragini Sridhar
1997 Judge Mujrim
1998 Yugpurush Dipti
1998 Sarkarnama Vaijayanti Patil
1998 Bandhan Pooja
1999 Teri Mohabbat Ke Naam Amrita

Marathi filmsEdit

Year Film Role
1986 Shabbas Sunbai Ratan Inamdar
1988 Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi Madhuri
1990 Dhadakebaz Uma
1997 Sarkarnama Journalist Vaijayanti Patil
1989 Kalat Nakalat
1994 Vazir
Aahuti
Gholat Ghol"
Halad Rusli Kunku Hasla Gauri
Ek Ratra Mantarleli
Halad Rusli Kunku Hasla
2007 Kadachit Dr. Gayatri Pradhan
2013 Aajcha Divas Majha
2017 Manjha Samidha[7]

Kannada filmsEdit

Year Film Role
1989 Sharavegada Saradara
1993 Vishnu Vijaya Anitha
1997 Rangenahalliyage Rangada Rangegowda Kasthuri

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ashwini Bhave Bio". In.com. Archived from the original on 30 October 2016. Retrieved 2 December 2015.
  2. ^ "Movies of Akshay Kumar & Ashwini Bhave". Gomolo.com. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  3. ^ "Ashwini Bhave". IMDb.com. Archived from the original on 6 April 2016. Retrieved 30 June 2018.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 2 December 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2013.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ "Spouse Info". IMDb.com. Archived from the original on 8 April 2015. Retrieved 30 June 2018.
  7. ^ "Teaser Poster of 'Manjha' is out, Film Releases on 21 April 2017". Marathicineyug.com. Archived from the original on 2 April 2019. Retrieved 2 April 2019.

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