Siddharth Chandekar

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Siddharth Chandekar
Born (1991-06-14) 14 June 1991 (age 30)
Years active2010–present
(m. 2021)
Parent(s)Seema Chandekar

Siddharth Chandekar (born 14 June 1991)[2] is an Indian film actor. He is known for his work in Marathi cinema. At the age of 19 he made his debut in Marathi cinema with Avdhoot Gupte's 2010 political drama movie Zenda.[3]


Siddharth Chandekar is a well-known name in the Marathi industry. Siddharth started his acting career in 2007 with the Hindi film ‘Hamne Jeena Sikh Liya’. However, Siddharth made his debut in Marathi with the popular TV serial Agnihotra, later he appeared in Avadhoot Gupte's ‘Zenda’. Siddharth is best known for his role Ani in the recent blockbuster film Classmates. In 2014 he starred as a lead in Ajay Naik's Baware Prem He opposite Urmila Kanitkar.[4]

He then appeared in Aditya Sarpotdar's 2015 blockbuster movie Classmates. Siddharth was seen opposite debutant Rutuja Shinde in romantic comedy film Online Binline.[5] He is set to appear in different films like Vazandar co-starring Sai Tamhankar and Priya Bapat to be directed by Sachin Kundalkar, Lost and Found along with Spruha Joshi and Pindadan. Siddharth's next film Lost and Found was released on 29 July. The film produced by Golden Gate Motion Pictures is a love story and has Siddharth Chandekar as the male lead. In 2017 Siddhartha's bus stop movie was released. In 2018, he starred in the film Gulabjamun alongside Sonali Kulkarni which is directed by national award winner director Sachin Kundalkar.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Siddharth completed his primary education at S D Katariya High School in his hometown Pune, followed by studies at Sir Parshurambhau College Pune.

He uses his mom Seema Chandekar's name as his middle name. He married to actress Mitali Mayekar.[7]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Humne Jeena Seekh Liya Ashwin Bollywood Debut Hindi film
2010 Zenda Debut Marathi film
2011 Balgandharva Mahadev Abhyankar
2012 Satrangi Re Yezdi (Michael Mascarenhas)
2012 Jai Jai Maharashtra Majha Rajat
2013 Sanshaykallol Siddharth
2013 Prem Mhanje Prem Mhanje Prem Asta
2013 Lagna Pahave Karun Rahul Kulkarni
2014 Dusari Goshta
2014 Baware Prem He Neel Rajadhyaksha
2015 Classmates Annirudha (Anya)
2015 Sata Lota Pan Sagla Khota Virendra
2015 Online Binline Sid
2016 Lost and Found Manas
2016 Vazandar Alok Dixit
2016 Pindadan Ashutosh
2017 Bus Stop
2018 Gulabjaam Aditya Naik [8]
2018 Ranangan Varad Kulkarni
2021 Befaam Siddharth
2021 Jhimma [9]



  1. ^ "Siddharth Chandekar And Mitali Mayekar Get Married; Take A Look A The Inside Pics Of The Grand Wedding". The Times of India. Retrieved 25 January 2021.
  2. ^ "Siddharth Chandekar News", The Times of India, retrieved 21 May 2020
  3. ^ "Siddharth Chandekar: Movies of the actor you should not miss". The Times of India. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  4. ^ Kulkarni, Pooja (12 May 2014), "Shaan sings for Siddharth Chandekar", Times of India, retrieved 21 May 2020
  5. ^ "A film on internet addiction", The Indian Express, 12 December 2014, retrieved 21 May 2020
  6. ^ Gulabjaam Movie Review {4/5}: Gulabjaam is a tasty meal that leaves a sweet aftertaste, retrieved 11 January 2021
  7. ^ Atulkar, Preeti (13 January 2017), "Bhansali-Siddharth's common factor", Times of India, retrieved 21 May 2020
  8. ^ "Gublabjaam Film". ZEE5.
  9. ^ "Hemant Dhome's multi starrer 'Jhimma' to release on April 23rd". The Times of India. 5 March 2021. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  10. ^ a b c "Siddharth Breaks His Silence". Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  11. ^ "Madhu Ethe An Chandra Tithe | Marathi Serial | Episode 26 | Honeymoon Spl | Zee Marathi" – via
  12. ^ "Siddharth Chandekar bids adieu to the show Jeevlaga - The Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 January 2021.
  13. ^ "Siddharth Chandekar: Maintaining the feel of the character on TV is challenging - The Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 11 January 2021.

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