Mohan Joshi

Mohan Joshi is an Indian film, television and theater actor. He has worked in Hindi, Marathi, Bhojpuri films.

Mohan Joshi
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Mohan Joshi
Born (1945-09-04) 4 September 1945 (age 75)
Alma materBrihan Maharashtra College of Commerce
OccupationIndian Film Actor, Television and Theater actor
Spouse(s)Jyoti Joshi

Early lifeEdit

Joshi was born in Bangalore, Karnataka. He was educated and made his acting début in Pune, Maharashtra. For better career prospects, he later moved to Mumbai.

CareerEdit

Joshi started his career in theatre in Pune. He was noticed through the play Kuryat Sada Tingalam. Along with Anand Abhyankar and Suhasini Deshpande, the show was performed more than 1000 times.[1]

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."[2] 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.[3] In 2009, he played the lead role of Gadge Maharaj, a social reformer and saint from Maharashtra, in the film Debu.[4]

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.[5] 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.[6] He has also worked in Bhojpuri films.[7]

Joshi stepped in the Hindi television industry through the show Jamuniya in 2010 that aired on Imagine TV.[8]

Joshi was president of the Akhil Bharatiya Marathi Natya Parishad from 2003 to 2011 and then reelected in 2013 to at present. .[9]

Personal lifeEdit

He is married to Jyoti Joshi. [10]

Selected filmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Language
1983 Ek Dav Bhutacha Marathi
1993 Sarech Sajjan Marathi
1988 Nashibvan Marathi
1988 Ek Gadi Baki Anadi Marathi
1991 Balidaan Sadanand 'Master' Kulkarni Marathi
1992 Hach Sunbaicha Bhau Marathi
1992 Jiwalagaa Marathi
1993 Sawat Majhi Ladki Marathi
1993 Bhookamp Daya Patil Hindi
1993 Aaplee Maanse Marathi
1993 Anth ACP Kulkarni Hindi
1993 Jaagruti Om Prakash Sharma Hindi
1994 Elaan Baba Khan
1995 Andolan (1995 film) Dalvi Hindi
1995 Gaddaar Mr.Gujral Hindi
1995 Hum Dono Shreechand Hindi
1995 Gundaraj Raajbahadur alias Baba Saheb Hindi
1995 The Gambler Karianna Hindi
1996 Shastra Rana 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
1996 Krishna Bhujang Rao
1997 Yeshwant Salim Shaikh Hindi
1997 Mrityudand Tirpat Singh Hindi
1997 Ishq Madam Jindal Kajol's Uncle Hindi
1998 Aakrosh Colonel/Chavan Hindi
1998 Do numbri Sharma Hindi
1998 Major Saab Parshuram Bihari Hindi
1998 Barood (1998 film) Commissioner Gaur Hindi
1998 Purani Kabar Hindi
1998 Tu Tithe Mee Marathi
1998 Salaakhen Advocate Ashok Pradhan Hindi
1998 Vinashak – Destroyer A.C.P. Amar Hindi
1998 Gunda Pote Hindi
1999 Gharabaher Annasaheb Marathi
1999 Vaastav Babbanrao Kadam (Home Minister) Hinkdi
1999 Haseena Maan Jaayegi Prem Nath Hindi
1999 Munnibai Hindi
1999 Lal Baadshah Lawyer Hindi
1999 Aarzoo Rajpal 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 Daaku Dilruba Hindi
2000 Bichhoo Kiran's dad Hindi
2000 Baaghi (2000 film) Asst Commissioner of Police Hindi
2000 Kunwara Hindi
2000 Daku Kali Bhawani Hindi
2000 Daku Ganga Jamuna Hindi
2000 Daku Ramkali Hindi
2000 Apradhi Koun (2000) Principal Dhawan Hindi
2001 Rupa Rani Ramkali Hindi
2001 Shiva Ka Insaaf (2001 film) Hindi
2002 Maseeha DCP Shrivastav Hindi
2003 Khanjar: The Knife Kumar Hindi
2003 Baghban Khuber Desai, Hotel Owner Hindi
2003 Zameen Brigadier Malik Hindi
2003 Gangaajal Sadhu Yadav 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 Debu Gadge Maharaj Marathi
2009 Be Dune Saade Char Anant Kitturkar Marathi
2009 Agnidivya Anandrao Desai Marathi
2012 Mokla Shwaas Marathi
2012 Dum Asel Tar Marathi
2012 Yedyanchi Jatra Marathi
2014 Love U Crazy Girl Hindi
2015 Deool Band Swami Samarth Marathi
2015 Dhurandhar Bhatawdekar Marathi
2015 Black Home Hindi
2015 Shasan Marathi
2015 Phera (post-production) Marathi
2015 The Justice and the Bastards (announced) Hindi
2017 Yeh Hai India Minister Hindi
2017 Hameer Jashwant Gujarati
2017 Tabadala Bhojpuri
2018 Mulshi Pattern Sakha Marathi[11]
2019 66 Sadashiv Marathi
2020 Goshta Eka Paithanichi Marathi

TelevisionEdit

Year Serial Role Language Channel
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 Jamuniya Hindi Imagine TV
2010-2011 Dhoondh Legi Manzil Humein[12] Nityanand Tiwari Hindi STAR One
2010 Bhairoba Marathi Saam TV
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![13] Vijay Pradhan Hindi StarPlus

TheatreEdit

  • 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
  • Purush
  • Sangeet Mrichakatik
  • Sukhant
  • Tarun Turk Mhatare Ark
  • Double cross
  • Aaranyak
  • shree tashi sau
  • Natsamrat

AwardsEdit

National Film Awards

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Paranjpe, Shailendra (25 December 2012). "Anand Abhyankar was an ever-smiling man". DNA. Archived from the original on 31 December 2012. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  2. ^ "46th National Film Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Archived (PDF) from the original on 10 March 2016. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  3. ^ a b "47th National Film Awards" (PDF). Directorate of Film Festivals. Archived (PDF) from the original on 22 October 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2012.
  4. ^ Gumaste, Sukirt D. (7 September 2009). "A common desire". Pune: DNA. Archived from the original on 5 May 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  5. ^ "Mritydand -- The Death Sentence (1997)". Rediff.com. Archived from the original on 17 January 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  6. ^ Joshi, Namrata (8 September 2003). "Gangaajal". Outlook India. Archived from the original on 25 January 2011. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  7. ^ Mathur, Barkha (14 November 2008). "I enjoy working in Bhojpuri films". Times of India. Archived from the original on 17 January 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  8. ^ "Small is Big? Ask Mohan Joshi!". Times of India. 21 March 2010. Archived from the original on 17 January 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  9. ^ "Mohan Joshi quits as president of Marathi theatre". Mid Day. Mumbai. 7 May 2011. Archived from the original on 16 January 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  10. ^ Kalewar, Sulakshana (25 September 2005). "Behind the scenes". The Economic Times. Archived from the original on 17 January 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
  11. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 30 March 2019. Retrieved 21 February 2019.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. ^ Maheshwri, Neha (18 March 2011). "Mohan Joshi replaced!". Times of India. Archived from the original on 17 January 2014. Retrieved 26 December 2012.
  13. ^ "Dadi Amma Dadi Amma Maan Jaao Cast, Start Date, Timing & Channel". RDDU ENTERTAINMENT. 10 January 2020. Archived from the original on 11 January 2020. Retrieved 10 January 2020.

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