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|Residence||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
Film and TV Producer
Bharat Jadhav is a very popular theatre and film producer. He is known as a comedian, particularly when working in commercial Marathi cinema and drama. His play Sahi re Sahi is one of the most successful Marathi plays ever. He has also starred in Shreemant Damodarpant, All the Best,[disambiguation needed] and Aamchya Sarkhe Aamhich. He got special appreciation from audience for dance in movie Jatra on Kombadi Palali song.
He started his Entertainment Company with his close friend Vikas Kore from Australia.
As per his website he has acted in more than 85 movies, 8 serials and been involved in more than 8500 drama shows and he is the first actor in marathi film industry who owns his first vanity van.He is considered as a close friend to Producer and director Kedar Shinde.
Bharat began his acting career in 1985, when he joined Maharashtrachi Lokdhara dance troupe, under the guidance of Shahir Sable. He is well known for his roles in All the best,Sahi Re Sahi, Shrimanta Damodar Panta.
He played the lead role in movies like Jatra, Pachadalela, Masta Chalalay Amacha, Shreemant Damodar Panta(Movie released in 2013),Sat Na Gat (Based on a novel by Rajan Khan). He made a guest appearance in Me Shivaji Raje Boltoy.
He is the first superstar in Marathi who owns vanity van. For giving platform to new comers in film industry he started his company BHARAT JADHAV ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY on 29 December 2013 with his close friend Vikas Kore from Australia, visit website www.bharatjadhaventertainment.com.
|2014||Pune Via Bihar||Nishikant Nimbalkar, Encounter Specialist|
|2013||Sat Na Gat||Journalist|
|2013||Beed Cha Raaja|
|2012||No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Ahe|
|2012||Amhi Chamakate Tare|
|2012||Shrimant Damodar Pant along with Piyush Ranade||Damodar|
|2012||Mazhya Navryachi Bayko|
|2011||Mast challay amacha||Bhat saheb|
|2011||Zing Chik Zing|
|2011||Fakt Ladh Mhana||Tukaram|
|2011||kalshekhar Aahet Ka?|
|2010||Tata Birla ani maina|
|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||Saade Maade Teen||Madan|
|2008||Gondya Martay Tangda|
|2007||Mukkam post London||Bharat Fakdu Kamble|
|2007||Hyancha Kahi Nem Nahi|
|2007||Bakula Namdeo Ghotale||Sarpanch Ghotale|
|2006||Maza Navara Tuzi Bayako|
|2006||Namdaar Mukhyamantri Ganpya Gawde||ganpat (ganpya) Gawde|
|2006||Chalu Navara Bholi Bayako|
|2005||Khabardar||Press reporter Bharat Bhalerao|
|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|
- Maharashtrachi Lokdhara
- Aamchya Sarkhe Aamhich
- All The Best
- Sahi Re Sahi
- Shreemant Damodar Pant
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- Neelam Shirke
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