Talpade at the launch of Its Only Cinema magazine in 2012
27 January 1976 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Talpade was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He attended Shree Ram Welfare Society's High School in Andheri-West. He is married to Deepti Talpade, a psychiatrist. Shreyas met his wife Deepti when he went to her college as a celebrity (he was doing the serial Aabhal Maya then). She was the general secretary. His aunts Jayshree T. and Meena T. are Bollywood actresses.
Talpade began his acting career appearing in Marathi soap operas and doing stage shows across Maharashtra. He also appeared in the Zee TV soap opera Woh (1997) in which he was the main lead. He has also acted in mini-serials for the production "Adhikari Brothers". His role, in a very popular Marathi serial Damini, as the character Tejas was very popular among Marathi audiences. Fame arrived after he made his Bollywood debut in Nagesh Kukunoor's Iqbal which was written by Vipul K Rawal in which he played the role of a deaf & mute youngster aspiring to be a cricketer. The film and his performance were well received by both audiences and critics. His next film was Nagesh Kukunoor's Dor in which he played the comic role of a behroopiya, a man with many disguises. This film was also well received by critics.
In 2006, he starred in the comedy, Apna Sapna Money Money and in 2007, he starred in Farah Khan's blockbuster movie, Om Shanti Om, with Shah Rukh Khan, where he played the role of Pappu Master. In 2008, he was seen in Nagesh Kukunoor's cross-cultural comedy film, Bombay To Bangkok. He also produced a Marathi film, Sanai Chaughade, which was released the same year. His most recent movies are Shyam Benegal's Welcome to Sajjanpur, along with Golmaal Returns and Sangeeth Sivan's horror flick, Click. Shreyas was also seen in the horror film, Help. Shreyas was also seen in the movie Will You Marry Me? which released in 2012.
Shreyas has produced the Marathi film, titled Poshter Boyz, under his home production banner, Affluence Movies. The movie, which is slated to release in 2014, was launched by Bollywood veteran Subhash Ghai. The film is directed by Sameer Patil and the music for it is composed by Lesle Lewis.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2002||Aankhen||Chaiwallah (tea seller)||Hindi|
|2003||Raghu More: Bachelor of Hearts||Hindi|
|2004||Savarkhed: Ek Gaav||Ajay||Marathi|
|2006||Apna Sapna Money Money||Arjun Fernandes||Hindi|
|2006||Aai Shappath..!||Akash Mohan Ranade||Marathi|
|2007||Aggar||Dr. Aditya Merchant||Hindi|
|2007||Dil Dosti Etc||Sanjay Mishra||Hindi|
|2007||Om Shanti Om||Pappu Master||Hindi|
|2008||Bombay To Bangkok||Shankar 'Singh' Bhatawdekar||Hindi|
|2008||Welcome to Sajjanpur||Mahadev||Hindi|
|2008||Golmaal Returns||Laxman/Anthony Gonsalves||Hindi|
|2009||Paying Guest||Bhavesh Verma/Karishma||Hindi|
|2009||Aage Se Right||Sub-Inspector Dinkar 'Dinu' Waghmare||Hindi|
|2010||Hangman||Ganesh S. Sathe||Hindi|
|2010||Help||Dr. Aditya Motwani||Hindi|
|2011||Teen Thay Bhai||Fancy Gill||Hindi|
|2011||Hum Tum Shabana||Karthik Iyer||Hindi|
|2012||Will You Marry Me?||Aarav||Hindi|
|2012||Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal||Johnny Belinda||Hindi|
|2013||Poshter Boyz||Chief Minister||Marathi|
|2016||Great Grand Masti||Babu Rangeela||Hindi|
|2016||M. S. Dhoni: The Untold Story||Rohit Sharma||Hindi|
- Marathi serials
- Aabhalmaya (Season #1) as a Nishant.
- Damini as Tejas.
- Avantika as Abhishek Jhagirdaar.
- Bedhund Manachi Lehar
- Amanat as Bala's husband / beggar
- Woh as Ashutosh (Younger role)
- Tumcha Amcha Same Sata (Producer)
- 2005: Nominated Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for Iqbal
- 2006: Won Zee Cine Critics Award - Best Actor for Iqbal
- 2007: Won Star Screen Award Best Comedian for Dor
- 2008: Won Stardust Breakthrough Performance Award (Male) for Om Shanti Om
- 2008: Nominated Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Om Shanti Om
- 2008: Nominated Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Golmaal Returns
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- "Did Kukunoor steal Rawal's script?". Times of India. 2 September 2005.
- "From Iqbal to Behrupia". Rediff. 20 September 2006.
- "rediff.com: At home with Shreyas Talpade". Specials.rediff.com. Retrieved 2011-11-30.
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- Vijayakar, Rajiv (18 November 2007). "Films, fame, etc". Deccan Herald. Archived from the original on 18 November 2007.
- "Shreyas Talpade". Stardust. 16 November 2007. Archived from the original on 29 December 2007.
- "I was always game for Marathi films — Shreyas Talpade". Sakal Times. Retrieved 2014-01-05.
- "Subhash Ghai launches Shreyas Talpade's Marathi venture". Bollywoodlife.com. Retrieved 2014-01-05.