Sanjay Narvekar

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Sanjay Narvekar
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Born Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, India
Occupation Actor
Years active 1994–present
Relatives Sanket Pendurkar

Sanjay Narvekar (Marathi: संजय नार्वेकर) (b. 1962, dist. Sindhudurg) is an Indian actor from the state of Maharashtra. He has worked in Marathi and Hindi stage plays and movies.

He has played lead roles in many a Marathi movie [1]and supporting roles in Hindi films. His portrayal of Sanjay Dutt's sidekick 'Dedh Phutiya' (lit. One and a half-footer, referring to the short stature of his character) in the popular Hindi film Vaastav: The Reality was appreciated by critics and audiences alike. His on-screen portrayal of a simple underdog, son of the soil guy next door remains his most characteristic and endearing feature in most of his films as well as his real life. Together with Siddharth Jadhav, he has teamed up in many a hit Marathi movie forming one of the most successful and hilarious pairs in contemporary Marathi cinema.

Now he lives in Powai, Mumbai, India with his wife and his son Aryan S. Narvekar, who recently made his debut with the Marathi film Bokya Satbande.[2]

He is known for his cynical and loud comments in films.

Acting Career[edit]

Marathi Plays[edit]

Following are some of the Marathi plays in which Sanjay Narvekar has played a role

  • Rangya Rangeela re
  • Adhanthar
  • Ashi Paakhare Yeti
  • All the Best
  • Lochya Zala Re
  • KheliMeli
  • Bajirao Mast Mi
  • Amhi Alo Re
  • Aayala ho re
  • Hamidabaichi kothi
  • Zol bachchan
  • Aamachya sarakhe aamhich
  • Tedha hai par mera hain

Marathi Movies[edit]

Hindi Movies[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Sanjay Narvekar awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Awards won 0
Nominations 1

Filmfare Awards[edit]


  1. ^ Daniel Krasa (2007). Lehrbuch des Marathi. Buske Verlag. pp. 203–. ISBN 978-3-87548-434-2. Retrieved 23 September 2013. 
  2. ^ Tanvi Salkar (2 Apr 2009). "Stories from the past". Pune: Indian Express. Retrieved 26 Dec 2011. 
  3. ^ Aga Bai Arrecha at the Internet Movie Database
  4. ^ "Marathi cinema database". 

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