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Sambhaji Sasane

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Sambhaji Sasane
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Still from his Solo Play 'Hodi'[1]
Born
🏳️ Nationality
🎓 Alma materPune University
💼 Occupation
Actor
📆 Years active  2017–present

Sambhaji Sasane is scholarship student of Drama School Mumbai.[2] He has worked with various theatre companies in various capacities as a backstage artist, chorus as well as character roles. Sambhaji Sasane has toured with plays across Prithvi Theatre, Ninasam (Karnataka), Ranga Shankara among others. Sambhaji played the lead in a play directed by Daniel Goldman called 'Tartuffe'.[3][4][5][1]

Sasane completed his Master of Computer Applications from Fergusson College (Pune University). Sambhaji Sasane hails from Kolhapur. He was born & brought in a slum in Pune named Hirabaug Slums where he ventured into theatre through Ganpati Plays.[5] Sambhaji Sasane started working mainly as a backstage artist before landing small character roles in productions. He was amongst few people who got selected to present their ideas at Wiki Conference India 2011 held in Fort, Mumbai.[6] Sambhaji & his team were among the winners of the StartUp Weekend held at Microsoft in 2012.[7] Sambhaji Sasane played an important part called 'Sam' in the movie 'Wagherya' which was appreciated & well received at the box office.[8] Sambhaji's performance as 'Tartuffe' was well-received by audience & reviewed by Times of India as 'Tartuffe makes for a great comical villain, especially with his pseudo sinister expressions and brazenness'.[9] Sambhaji Sasane played a character called 'Sunil' in "Love and Shukla" directed by Siddharth Jatla which went to feature across Busan International Film Festival and other major festivals across the world[4][10][11][12][13]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2018 Wagherya Sam
Love and Shukla Sunil
2019 Lalbatti Prakash Thube
Letters Indian Soldier

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 https://www.mumbaitheatreguide.com/dramas/Articles/14/dec/08-news-natakbaazs-hodi-the-drama-school-mumbai.asp
  2. "Alumni: Over 40 graduates making careers in the theatre industry".
  3. "Sambhaji-Sasane - The Drama School Mumbai".
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Sambhaji Sasane". IMDb.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "There were rejections, rejections and rejections : Sambhaji Sasane - GlamGold". 3 May 2018.
  6. "WikiConference India 2011/Selected Submissions - Meta". meta.wikimedia.org.
  7. "LinkedIn Page".
  8. Wagherya, retrieved 2018-11-13
  9. "Theatre Review: Molière's Tartuffe - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2018-11-13.
  10. "Love and Shukla - Netflix". www.netflix.com.
  11. "Theatre Review: Molière's Tartuffe - Times of India".
  12. "TARTUFFE Hindi Play/Drama - www.MumbaiTheatreGuide.com". www.mumbaitheatreguide.com.
  13. "Scribble Foundation — Book Reading". Scribble Foundation.

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  1. "Cabbies' tales turn inspiration for Bengaluru-based playwright". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 2019-06-17.
  2. "Theatre director Chanakya Vyas on Algorithms, a play that delves into the lives of cab drivers in an app-based industry". The Indian Express. 2019-04-03. Retrieved 2019-06-17.
  3. "When apps take over". mid-day. 2019-04-03. Retrieved 2019-06-17.