Vikram Gokhale

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Vikram Gokhale
Vikram Gokhale at the TV show launch.jpg
Born (1940-10-30) 30 October 1940 (age 75)
Pune, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actor

Vikram Gokhale (occasionally credited as Vikram Gokhle) is a well known Indian film, television and stage actor, notable for his roles in Marathi theatre and Hindi films and television.[1] He is the son of another well known veteran Marathi theater and film actor, Chandrakant Gokhale.[2][3]

Gokhale directed his directorial debut in 2010, with Marathi film Aaghaat. Produced by Sprint Arts Creation and executive producer Rajesh Damble, the film is based on a story written by Dr Nitin Lavangare. The cast of the film includes actors Mukta Barve and Dr. Amol Kolhe and is shot in Pune.

He was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2011 for his Acting in Theatre, given by the Sangeet Natak Akademi, India's National Academy of Music, Dance & Drama.[4] In 2013, he won National Film Award for Best Actor category for his Marathi film Anumati.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Vikram Gokhale has a long family lineage active in Indian film industry. His great grandmother Durgabai Kamat was the first female artiste of the Indian screen, while his grandmother Kamlabai Gokhale (Kamlabai Kamat at that time) was the first female child artiste of Indian cinema. Way back in 1913, Durgabai acted as Parvati and Kamlabai as Mohini in a film by name Mohini Bhasmasur, produced and directed by Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian cinema. His father Chandrakant Gokhale was a veteran Marathi film and stage artist and has acted in over 70 Marathi and Hindi films.[6]


He also runs a real estate firm, Sujata Farms in Pune.[7]

He is also an active social worker. His family has founded an organization about 23 years ago, which provides financial support for disabled soldiers, unaffected kids of leper parents, education of orphan children among other initiatives. He announced in Feb 2016, that due to a throat ailment, he had decided on medical advice to quit stage activities.

Movies/Theatre[edit]

  1. Traffic (2016 film) (2016)
  2. Natsamrat (2015)
  3. Shasan (2015)
  4. Karbonn (2015)
  5. Ab Tak Chhappan 2 (2015)
  6. Ke Dil Abhi Bhara Nahi-Marathi Theatre (2015)
  7. Dusari Goshta (2014)
  8. Mission 11 July (2010)
  9. Aaghaat (2010)
  10. De Dana Dan (2009)
  11. Life Partner (2009)
  12. kalavaramaye Madilo (2009)
  13. Rang Rasiya Colours Of Passion (2008)
  14. Summer 2007 (2007)
  15. Bhool Bhulaiyaa (2007)
  16. Gafla (2006)
  17. Main Aisa Hi Hoon (2005)
  18. Lucky: No Time for Love (2005)
  19. Kisna: The Warrior Poet (2005)
  20. Sau Jhooth Ek Sach (2004)
  21. Madhoshi (2004)
  22. Hum Kaun Hai? (2004)
  23. Ishq Hai Tumse (2004)
  24. Kahan Ho Tum (2003)
  25. Love at Times Square (2003)
  26. Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (2002)
  27. Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001)
  28. Tum Bin (2001)
  29. Hadh: Life On the Edge of Death (2001)
  30. Champion (2000)
  31. Hey Ram (2000)
  32. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)
  33. Haste Hasate (1998)
  34. Badmaash (1998)
  35. Sham Ghansham (1998)
  36. Andolan (1995)
  37. Tadipaar (1995)
  38. Jazbaat (1994)
  39. Laadla (1994)
  40. Mukta (1994)
  41. Vajir (1994)
  42. Ghar Aaya Mera Pardesi (1993)
  43. Lapandav (Marathi) (1993)
  44. Zakhmo Ka Hisaab (1993)
  45. Balwaan (1992)
  46. Qaid Mein Hai Bulbul (1992)
  47. Yaad Rakhegi Duniya (1992)
  48. Adharm (1992)
  49. Khuda Gawah (1992)
  50. Maherchi Sadi (1991)
  51. Akayla (1991)
  52. Kalat Nakalat (Marathi) (1991)
  53. Dharam Sankat (1991)
  54. Krodh (1990)
  55. Agneepath (1990)
  56. Thodasa Roomani Ho Jaayen (1990)
  57. Eeshwar (1989) .
  58. Salim Langde Pe Mat Ro (1989)
  59. Falak (The Sky) (1988)
  60. Insaaf (1987)
  61. Sati Naag Kanya (1983)
  62. Prem Bandhan (1979)
  63. Swarg Narak (1978) -- Cinema Hall Manager
  64. Yehi Hai Zindagi (1977)
  65. Parwana (1971)
  66. Khara Sangaycha Tar - Marathi play
  67. Jawai Majha Bhala - Marathi play
  68. Katha - Marathi Play

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vikram Gokhale debuts in Telugu cinema Rediff.com, July 13, 2009.
  2. ^ "Chandrakant Gokhale passes away". Indian Express. June 21, 2008. Archived from the original on 22 June 2008. Retrieved 15 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "Thespian Gokhale's story unveiled". The Times of India. TNN. October 20, 2003. Retrieved 15 April 2010. 
  4. ^ "SNA: List of Akademi Awardees". Sangeet Natak Akademi Official website. Archived from the original on March 31, 2016. 
  5. ^ "60th National Film Awards Announced" (PDF) (Press release). Press Information Bureau (PIB), India. Retrieved 18 March 2013. 
  6. ^ "Chandrakiran - the origin of the moon rays". Indian Express. October 18, 2003. Retrieved 15 April 2010. 
  7. ^ "TALKING POINT with Vikram Gokhale". Indian Express. April 23, 2007. Retrieved 15 April 2010. 

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