Shubhangi Gokhale (born 2 June 1968) is an Indian Marathi and Hindi theatre, film and television actress. She was the wife of late Hindi/Marathi actor Mohan Gokhale who played the title role on the Doordarshan show Mr Yogi. She has completed more than 300 shows of the popular play Sakhar Khallea Manus along with Prashant Damle, and has had roles in film and television.
Shubangi Gokhale in Lapataganj
|Born||2 June 1968|
Early life and careerEdit
Shubhangi Gokhale was born in Khamgaon as Shubhangi Sangvi. Her father was a district judge while her mother was a housewife. Because her father's job required him to move around, the family relocated several times and lived in Jalna, Malkhapur, Buldhana and several other districts in Maharashtra. She did her schooling at various locations and was interested in reading books and participated in debates and other competitions at the school level. She took part in a play while she was attending Sangvai College in Aurangabad. Besides being an actor, she is also a writer and has written a number of short stories and articles. Her best known roles were as Mishri Mausi in Lapataganj and as Shyamla in Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre. In her 2018 play, Sakhar Khallela Manus, she acted with Prashant Damle.
Shubangi was married to Mohan Gokhale until his death in 1999. Together, they acted in a television miniseries Mr. Yogi. She took a break of around ten years from television and theatre after her marriage. After her husband's death, she made a comeback with the television serial Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre.
|2001||Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre|
|2004||Aga Bai Arrecha!|
|2009||Kon Aahe Re Tikade|
|Koshish – Ek Aashaa||Actress|
|2016||Kahe Diya Pardes||Actress||Zee Marathi|
|Gangadhar Tipre||Actress||Alpha Marathi |
(Now Zee Marathi)
|2018||Beechwale – Bapu Dekh Raha Hai||Actress||Sony SAB|
|Hum Hai Naa – Hindi||Actress|
|Eks Lagnachi Tisari Goshta||Actress|
|Chidiya Ghar||Actress||Sony SAB|
|Soor Rahu De||Actress|
|Sakhar Khallea Manus||Actress|
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