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Sandesh Kulkarni

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Sandesh Kulkarni is a filmmaker and actor who has contributed to both Hindi and Marathi industries.[1]

Early Life and Education[edit]

Sandesh was first introduced to theatre by his brother, Sandeep, who used to write and direct plays for Ganapati festivals. It wasn’t long before he started acting in them.[2] He was taken aback by two plays from his childhood Mahanirwan and Tughlaq. Though he could not understand the style of Mahanirwan, he was thrilled and enjoyed thoroughly, Tughlaq used two actors to portray the protagonist to show the change in character and personality. These were his lessons in theatre style and form. Inspired, he participated in a workshop conducted by Satyadev Dubey and grew to be more serious about his interest in the theatre.

He was selected from India for an International Residency for Playwrights- A one month workshop in the Royal Court Theatre London in July 2003. His stage adaptation of Vijay Tendulkar's columns ‘Kovali Unhe’ was a unique success. He passed his college in 1991 and has devoted himself to the cinema industry since.[3]

Bio[edit]

He wrote Pahila Vahila, a coming of age play about a small town boy in a big city. This play was performed at Prithvi Theatre as part of Writer’s Bloc Festival. Pahila Vahila is the only Marathi play to be performed in a festival organized by the British Council in association with the Royal Court Theatre, London.

He has garnered critical acclaim with his direction in Marathi comedy-drama, Masala in 2012. His acting endeavors included the fantasy comedy entertainer Andya Cha Funda in 2017 and Cycle in 2018. He has given powerful performances in films like Shwet, Lucky Man and Coffee Ani Barach Kaahi. He regularly conducts various theatre workshops, creative writing workshops for participants of all ages. He has acted in Netflix's popular original, Sense8 and was also a part of Sacred Games Season 2. He was last seen in Hundred where he plays the minister, Sunil Mule

In 2019, Sandesh donned the writer’s hat and wrote #MovingOut, a mini-series which follows an urban girl as she deals with the problems in life.

In 2020, he produced and acted in a play called Phir Se Honeymoon.[4] It is based on a play he had written earlier, Punascha Honeymoon. The play is about Suhas and Sukanya who feel that their relationship has lost something important.[5] The play is layered and deals with stress-inducing situations and hectic lifestyles. The play opened in Prithvi Theatre and was a part of Natyasattak Rajani 2020.

Filmography[edit]

Films
Title Year Credit
Three Legged Horse (Post Production) 2021 Actor
Hamidabai Ki Kothi 2019 Actor
Mizaru (Short) 2019 Actor
Kharvas (Short) 2019 Actor
Cycle 2018 Actor
Rukh 2017 Actor
Bank Chor 2017 Actor
Rocky Handsome 2016 Actor
Coffee Ani Barach Kahi 2015 Actor
Lucky Man 2013 Actor
Masala 2012 Director
Shwet (Short) 2011 Actor
Life, Somewhere (Video) 2010 Actor
Chakwa 2004 Actor
TV Series
Title Year Credit
Hundred[6] 2020 Actor
#MovingOut 2019 Writer
Sacred Games 2018 Actor
Sense8 2015 Actor

References[edit]

  1. "Bollywood Director Sandesh Kulkarni Biography, News, Photos, Videos". nettv4u. Retrieved 2021-02-25.
  2. "my family & friends". Retrieved 2021-02-25.
  3. "Sandesh Kulkarni - artist details : www.MumbaiTheatreGuide.com". www.mumbaitheatreguide.com. Retrieved 2021-02-25.
  4. SpotboyE. "'Phirse Honeymoon': Amruta Subhas Releases The First Look Of Upcoming Marathi Play On Her Instagram". www.spotboye.com. Retrieved 2021-02-25.
  5. Shaligram, Ambika. "A tale of a married couple". The Bridge Chronicle. Retrieved 2021-02-25.
  6. SpotboyE. "Hundred: Amruta Subhash Is Excited For Her Husband's Upcoming Web Series Starring Rinku Rajguru, Karan Wahi, And Lara Dutta". www.spotboye.com. Retrieved 2021-02-25.


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