Mohan Gokhale

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Mohan Gokhale
Born 1954
Pune, Maharashtra
Died 29 April 1999 (aged 45)
Nationality Indian
Children 1 daughter

Mohan Gokhale (1954 – 29 April 1999) was an Indian film, television and theater actor who has worked in art films such as Sparsh, Bhavni Bhavai and Mirch Masala. His father was a school teacher in Pune.


Mohan Gokhale debuted on television in a Marathi TV series, "Shwetambara". Gokhale is best remembered for the popular comedy TV series, "Mr. Yogi" (1989), where he played the lead role of Yogesh Patel, an NRI from United States who comes to India to get married and in the process meets 12 girls from 12 sun signs. That was later remade into a Hindi movie "What's your Rashee?" directed by Ashutosh Gowarikar in 2009. He has acted in many films in Marathi and Hindi, including Hech Maze Maher and Mirch Masala.[1] He even acted in Bharat Ek Khoj as various roles.


Gokhale died in his sleep of a heart attack in Chennai on 29 April 1999; he was working on Kamal Haasan's Hey Ram at the time.[2] Amol Palekar's Kairee was his last film.[3]







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