Bharat Jadhav

Bharat Jadhav is an actor and producer in Marathi movies, theatre and TV shows in India. He is known more for his comic roles as a leading man in commercial Marathi cinema and theatre.[2]

Bharat Jadhav
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NationalityIndian
OccupationActor, Film and TV Producer
Years active1985–present
Spouse(s)Sarita Jadhav
Websitebharatjadhav.com

He is originally from Kolhapur, but his family had settled in Mumbai many years ago. Bharat’s childhood was spent in the courtyard(Chal) of Rajaram Studios in Lalbaug Parel.[3]

Bharat Jadhav became famous while acting with Ankush Chaudhari and Sanjay Narvekar in the Marathi stage play "All The Best", which completed 3000 shows.[4] He later acted in the hit Marathi play Sahi re Sahi.[5] His performance in the song Kombadi Palali in the movie Jatra was lauded by fans.[6]

Jadav launched Bharat Jadhav Entertainment Pvt Ltd in 2013.[7] The launch function was attended by Raj Thackeray, Nikhil Wagle, Sachin Pilgaonkar, Mahesh Manjrekar, Siddarth Jadhav, Makarand Anaspure, Jaywant Wadkar, Prachi Cheulkar, Kiran Shantaram, and Anjan Shrivastav.[8]

CareerEdit

As per his website,[dead link] he has acted in more than 85 movies, 8 serials and been involved in more than 8500 drama shows.[citation needed] He is considered as a close friend of producer and director Kedar Shinde.[9][10]

Stage PlaysEdit

Jadhav began his acting career in 1985, when he joined Maharashtrachi Lokdhara dance troupe, under the guidance of Shahir Sable. He is known for his roles in All the Best, Sahi Re Sahi and Shrimanta Damodar Panta.[citation needed]

MoviesEdit

He have done famous Marathi movies like Jatra, Pachadalela, Masta Chalalay Amacha, Shreemant Damodar Panta (released in 2013), Sat Na Gat (based on a novel by Rajan Khan), One Room Kitchen, Jabardast, Kho-Kho, Khabardar, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Sade Made Teen, No Entry - Pudhe Dhoka Aahe, Agabai Arrecha 2 and many more. He made a guest appearance in Me Shivaji Raje Boltoy, Agabai Arrecha, Vaastav.

TV ShowsEdit

Hasa Chakatfu,[11][12] Saheb Biwi Ani Me (along with Girish Oak, Neelam Shirke) are famous serials in which he was part of cast.

In 2016, Bharat hosted a comedy show Aali Lahar Kela Kahar on Colors Marathi.[9][13][14]

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Role
2016 Ek Kutub Teen Minar Kutub
2015 Shasan
2015 Aga Bai Arechyaa 2 Narendra Keshav Chakve
2014 Chintamani
2014 Pune Via Bihar Nishikant Nimbalkar, Encounter Specialist[15]
2013 Sat Na Gat Journalist
2013 Kho Kho
2013 Bhootacha Honeymoon
2013 Beed Cha Raaja
2012 No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Ahe
2012 Amhi Chamakate Tare[16]
2012 Dhava Dhav
2012 Shrimant Damodar Pant along with Piyush Ranade Damodar
2012 Mazhya Navryachi Bayko
2012 Yedyanchi Jatra Haarya
2011 Mast challay amacha Bhat saheb
2011 Zing Chik Zing
2011 Fakt Ladh Mhana Tukaram
2011 Davpech
2011 kalshekhar Aahet Ka?
2010 Aata Pita
2010 Kshanbhar Vishranti
2010 Tata Birla ani Laila[17]
2010 Ringa Ringa
2010 Houn Jau de
2010 Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho
2010 Hello! Gandhe Sir
2010 Javai Bapu Zindabad
2010 Zhak Marli Bayko Keli
2009 Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy (Marathi) Shahir
2009 Lagnachi Varat Londonchya Gharat
2008 Galgale Nighale
2008 Saade Maade Teen Madan
2008 Gondya Martay Tangda
2007 Mumbaicha Dabewala
2007 Mukkam post London Bharat Fakdu Kamble
2007 Hyancha Kahi Nem Nahi
2007 Bakula Namdeo Ghotale Sarpanch Ghotale
2006 Nana Mama
2006 Maza Navara Tuzi Bayako
2006 Namdaar Mukhyamantri Ganpya Gawde ganpat (ganpya) Gawde
2006 Chalu Navara Bholi Bayako
2006 Ishhya (film) [18]
2005 Jatra Mohnya
2005 Khabardar Press reporter Bharat Bhalerao
2005 Don fool ek doubtful Mohan
2005 Pachadlela Bharat
2005 Sarivar Sari
2004 House Full Marathi
2004 Nawryachi Kamaal Baaykochi Dhamaal
2003 Pran Jaaye Par Shaan Na Jaaye Satika Pati
2000 Khatarnak Laxmikant Berde Assistant
1999 Vaastav :The Reality
1999 Hassa Chakat Fu
2019 Appa Aani Bappa

DramaEdit

  • Maharashtrachi Lokdhara
  • Aamchya Sarkhe Aamhich
  • All The Best
  • Sahi Re Sahi
  • Shreemant Damodar Pant
  • Adhantar
  • Punha Sahi re Sahi [19]

ReferencesEdit

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  14. ^ "Aali Laher Kela Kahar goes off air – Times of India". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 24 October 2018. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  15. ^ "Bharat Jadhav to handle firearms – The Times of India". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 3 April 2019. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
  16. ^ "Aamhi Chamkate Tare movie review: Wallpaper, Story, Trailer at Times of India". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 11 January 2013. Retrieved 6 January 2013.
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