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Joshi at the grace F-Bar launch in 2012
28 April 1979 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Occupation||Film actor, television presenter|
|Relatives||Rohit Roy (Brother-in-law)
Prem Chopra (Father-in-law)
Sharman Joshi (Gujarati: શરમન જોશી, Hindi: शर्मन जोशी) (born 28 April 1979) is an Indian film and theatre actor. He has worked on stage productions in English, Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati languages but is mostly known for his work in Hindi films. He made his acting debut in Godmother (1999). He made his debut as a co-lead actor in the Hindi film Style (2001); this was followed by supporting roles in hit films like Rang De Basanti (2006), Golmaal (2006), Life in a... Metro (2007), 3 idiots (2009), Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2012), Hate Story 3 (2015), and 1920 London (2016).
Joshi belongs to a Gujarati family of actors and performing artists. His father, Arvind Joshi, is a veteran of Gujarati theatre, while his aunt Sarita Joshi (Bhosle) and cousins acted in Marathi and Gujarati theatre. His sister is actress Manasi Joshi Roy and brother-in-law is actor Rohit Roy.
He appeared as a deaf character in Gujarati version of popular play, All the Best, which did over 550 shows in three years.
In 2006 he starred in Rang De Basanti. Later that year he starred in the comedy film Golmaal. In 2007 he appeared in Life in a Metro, Dhol, and Raqeeb. The following year saw him as the character Shyam in Hello, the film adaptation of Chetan Bhagat's novel One Night @ the Call Center. Joshi played the male lead in Sorry Bhai! in 2008 and one of the three characters in the 2009 film, 3 Idiots, which was based on Chetan Bhagat's novel Five Point Someone. He also played the role of a cop in the erotic-thriller Wajah Tum Ho.
In 2009 he hosted a game show at Real T.V. called PokerFace: Dil Sachcha Chehra Jhootha, which was based on a British game show called PokerFace. He has been honored with the life membership of International Film and Television Club of Asian Academy of Film & Television.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2001||Urf Professor (Video)||Raju/Raj Saxena|
|2003||Kahan Ho Tum||Rakesh Kumar|
|2005||Shaadi No. 1||Aryan Kapoor|
|2006||Rang De Basanti||Sukhi / Rajguru|
|2006||Golmaal||Laxman||Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role|
|2007||Life in a... Metro||Rahul|
|2007||Dhol||Pankaj a.k.a. Pakkiya|
|2008||Sorry Bhai!||Siddharth Mathur|
|2009||3 Idiots||Raju Rastogi||Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
Won—IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor
|2010||Toh Baat Pakki!||Rahul Saxena|
|2010||Allah Ke Banday||Vijay Kamble|
|2012||Ferrari Ki Sawaari||Rusy|
|2013||War Chod Na Yaar||Captain Raj of Indian Army|
|2014||Gang of Ghosts||Raju Writer|
|2015||Hate Story 3||Aditya Deewan|
|2016||1920 London||Jai Singh Gujjar (exorcist)|
|2016||Wajah Tum Ho||ACP Kabir Deshmukh|
|2009||3 Idiots||(Performer: "Give me some sunshine, give me some rain")|
|1995||Standing Boy: Maharaja Ranjit Singh|
|2009||PokerFace: Dil Sachcha Chehra Jhootha|
Awards and nominations
|2007||Filmfare Award||Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role||Golmaal||Nominated|
|2010||Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor||3 Idiots||Nominated|
|2010||IIFA Award||IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor||Won|
- "A Star on Wheels". Tehelka Magazine, Vol 9, Issue 25. 23 June 2012.
- "All in the family". India Today. Retrieved 2016-07-12.
- Soumyadipta Banerjee (18 December 2009). "It’s all in Sharman Joshi's family". DNA (newspaper). Retrieved 2011-03-17.
- "Sharman Joshi's profile".
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