|Alma mater||Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce|
|Occupation||Indian Film Actor, Television and Theater actor|
Joshi later on got various roles in Hindi and Marathi films. His 1993 comedy film Sawat Majhi Ladki was quite successful. Joshi played the lead role of a doctor husband of actress Neena Kulkarni and who is engaged in an extra-marital affair with his junior doctor played by Varsha Usgaonkar. For his work in Tu Tithe Mee (1998), Joshi's work was appreciated. Produced by Smita Talwalkar and directed by Sanjay Surkar, the film was adjudged as the Best Feature Film in Marathi at the 46th National Film Awards. In their official citation, the jury noted Joshi's and his co-star Suhas Joshi's works by quoting "Beautiful performance by Mohan Joshi and Suhas Joshi are the highlights of the film." He won his only National Film Awards till now for 1999 Marathi film Gharabaher as a Special Mention (Feature Film) "for his wonderfully controlled performance of a corrupt politician." at 47th National Film Awards. In 2009, he played the lead role of Gadge Maharaj, a social reformer and saint from Maharashtra, in the film Debu.
Joshi also played various character and side roles in Hindi films and is known for his portrayal of negative roles. For the role of Tirpat Singh in the Hindi film Mrityudand (1997), Joshi received the Screen Award for Best Villain. His villainous role of Sadhu Yadav in the 2003 Hindi film Gangaajal directed by Prakash Jha was appreciated. This socio-political film was based on the Bhagalpur blindings that happened in 1980. He has also worked in Bhojpuri films.
He is married to Jyoti Joshi. 
|1983||Ek Dav Bhutacha||Marathi|
|1988||Ek Gadi Baki Anadi||Marathi|
|1991||Balidaan||Sadanand 'Master' Kulkarni||Marathi|
|1992||Hach Sunbaicha Bhau||Marathi|
|1993||Sawat Majhi Ladki||Marathi|
|1993||Jaagruti||Om Prakash Sharma||Hindi|
|1995||Andolan (1995 film)||Dalvi||Hindi|
|1995||Gundaraj||Raajbahadur alias Baba Saheb||Hindi|
|1996||Himmat (1996 film)||Tabu's Father Brij Mohan||Hindi|
|1996||Papi Gudia||Ragahvan, Tantrik Channi guru||Hindi|
|1996||Bhishma (1996 film)||Rana Saheb||Hindi|
|1997||Ishq||Madam Jindal Kajol's Uncle||Hindi|
|1998||Major Saab||Parshuram Bihari||Hindi|
|1998||Barood (1998 film)||Commissioner Gaur||Hindi|
|1998||Tu Tithe Mee||Marathi|
|1998||Salaakhen||Advocate Ashok Pradhan||Hindi|
|1998||Vinashak – Destroyer||A.C.P. Amar||Hindi|
|1999||Vaastav||Babbanrao Kadam (Home Minister)||Hinkdi|
|1999||Haseena Maan Jaayegi||Prem Nath||Hindi|
|1999||Rajaji (film)||Pratap Singh||Hindi|
|1999||Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet||Thakur Gajendra Singh||Hindi|
|1999||Daag: The Fire||Purshotam Jalan||Hindi|
|2000||Beti No. 1||Raghuveer Yadav||Hindi|
|2000||Baaghi (2000 film)||Asst Commissioner of Police||Hindi|
|2000||Daku Kali Bhawani||Hindi|
|2000||Daku Ganga Jamuna||Hindi|
|2000||Apradhi Koun (2000)||Principal Dhawan||Hindi|
|2001||Rupa Rani Ramkali||Hindi|
|2001||Shiva Ka Insaaf (2001 film)||Hindi|
|2003||Khanjar: The Knife||Kumar||Hindi|
|2003||Baghban||Khuber Desai, Hotel Owner||Hindi|
|2003||Not Only Mrs. Raut||Advocate Dada Vishnu Dandavate||Marathi|
|2004||Garv: Pride and Honour||Advocate Kulkarni||Hindi|
|2004||Police Force: An Inside Story||ACP Pratap Bhosale||Hindi|
|2006||Yanda Kartavya Aahe||Manager Phatak||Marathi|
|2007||Janam Janam Ke Saath||Bhojpuri|
|2009||Be Dune Saade Char||Anant Kitturkar||Marathi|
|2012||Dum Asel Tar||Marathi|
|2014||Love U Crazy Girl||Hindi|
|2015||Deool Band||Swami Samarth||Marathi|
|2015||The Justice and the Bastards (announced)||Hindi|
|2017||Yeh Hai India||Minister||Hindi|
|2020||Goshta Eka Paithanichi||Marathi|
|1999||Do Aur Do Paanch||Krishnakant (replacing Jatin Kanakia)||Hindi||Zee Tv|
|Abhi To Mein Jawan Hu||Sony TV|
|2009||Agnihotra||Chintamani Agnihotri||Marathi||Star Pravah|
|2010-2011||Dhoondh Legi Manzil Humein||Nityanand Tiwari||Hindi||STAR One|
|2012||Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta||Shripad Kale||Marathi||Zee Marathi|
|2012–2014||Gunda Purush Dev||Mahendra Deshmukh (Anna)||Marathi||ETV Marathi|
|2013–2014||Eka Laganachi Tisari Gost||Dattaram Bhau||Marathi||Zee Marathi|
|03-August-2015||Chala Hawa Yeu Dya||Guest||Marathi||Zee Marathi|
|28-March-2016||Kahe Diya Pardes||Madhusudhan Sawant||Marathi||Zee Marathi|
|2020||Dadi Amma... Dadi Amma Maan Jaao!||Vijay Pradhan||Hindi||StarPlus|
- Aasu Ani Hasu
- Gadvach Lagna
- God Gulabi
- Goshta Janmantarichi
- Kalam 302
- Karti Kaljat Ghusali
- Kuryat Sada Tingalam
- Mi Revati Deshpande
- Nath Ha Maajha
- Nati Goti
- Sangeet Mrichakatik
- Tarun Turk Mhatare Ark
- Double cross
- shree tashi sau
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