Sudhir Joshi

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Sudhir Joshi (1948 – 14 December 2005) was an Indian Marathi actor and comedian.

Born in Dadar, Joshi attended Pinto Villa (branch of Raja Shivaji Vidyalaya) and later Kirti College[1] to obtain his BA Economics. He also studied law at Kirti. He worked as a sales executive at the publishing company Blackie and Sons. Leaving this position in 1973, he worked in other sales related jobs for a year, then happened upon a chance to act in a play in 1974. It was to be the start of Joshi's acting career

Joshi underwent bypass surgery in Bangkok and died in Mumbai of a heart attack.

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Movies[2]

  • Hamal De Dhamal
  • Kala Bazar (1989)
  • Balache Baap Brahmachari (1989)
  • Ek Full Char Half
  • Jamla Ho Jamla
  • Gammat Jammat (1987)
  • Ashi Hi Banva Banvi(1988)
  • Rangat Sangat (1988)
  • Kiss Bai Kiss (1988)
  • Aatmavishwas (1989)
  • Bhutacha Bhau (1989)
  • Ghanchakkar (1990)
  • Tujhi Majhi Jamalli Jodi (1990)
  • Lapwa Chhapwi (1990)
  • Amachya Sarakhe Amhich (1990)
  • Aflatoon (1991)
  • Ayttya Gharat Gharoba (1991)
  • Aaplee Maanse (1993)
  • Paisa Paisa Paisa (1993)
  • Sasarche Dhotar (1994)
  • Vazir (1994)
  • Limited Manuski (1995)
  • Hasari (1997)
  • Premankur (1998)
  • China Gate (1998)
  • Khiladi 420 (2000)
  • Navra Majhya Muthit Ga! (2000)
  • Devki
  • Tu Tithe Mi
  • Gammat Jammat
  • Ek Unaad Diwas (2004)
  • Matichya Chuli (2005)
  • Maine Gandhi ko Nahi Mara (2005)


Plays

  • Ghar Shrimantacha
  • Sakhi Shejarini
  • Paryaay
  • Ekda Pahava Karun
  • Hasta Hasta
  • Lapandav
  • Ashvamedh
  • Tur Tur
  • Shante Cha Karta Chalu Aahe
  • Jodidar
  • I Am Not Bajirao

TV

  • Indradhanushya
  • Prapanch
  • Puneri Punekar
  • Bhikaji Karodpati
  • Gajra
  • Comedy Dot Com (Zee marathi)
  • Gilli Danda
  • Hum Paanch (Hindi)
  • Chutki Baja Ke (Hindi)
  • Don't Worry Ho Jayega (Hindi)

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