Sharad Kelkar is a great Marathi on-screen actor who appears in most of the movies produced in his nation. He’s also a seasoned physical trainer, having trained with weights previously. His date of birth is October 7, 1976. Sharad is a popular Marathi actor who has worked in Bollywood, Marathi, Tollywood, and Kollywood. He has appeared in TV series and Indian movies, including Bollywood, Marathi, Tollywood, and Kollywood. For his performances, he has received several accolades.
Sharad Kelkar Biography
Sharad Kelkar’s father passed away when he was a child. From that moment on, his mother and elder sister became his role models. Sharad is a native of the state of Madhya Pradesh and hails from a Marathi family. He obtained his MBA in Marketing from Prestige Institute of Management in Gwalior, where he is also currently enrolled.
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In 2004, he made his television debut on Doordarshan’s Aakrosh. His spouse Keerti Gaekwad Kelkar is also a TV on-screen actress who appeared in Saat Phere as Chandni/Devika in a bad light. The pair appeared on the unscripted television program Nach Baliye 2 in 2006. Rock-N-Roll Family, which Sharad coordinated with previous Hero Honda Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007 contender Mauli Dave, debuted in 2007. In 2009, he hosted the show Pati Patni Aur Woh on Imagine TV. He made his debut as Thakur Digvijay Singh Bhadoria in Bairi Piya, gaining modest exposure for his presentation.
He also played in the film Sangharsh Yatra Biopic, which was based on Gopinath Munde, a well-known Maharashtra politician. He did public appearances in London as Guest and Baadshaho. He made his debut in 2019 with Through Purple, a short film. He also debuted with The family man, an Amazon Prime series. In the 2010 film Housefull 4, he was cast as Suryabhan/Michael Bhai, one of the antagonists. In his internet series Rangbaaz, he has shown up as an aspiring web comedian. He is also appearing in Laxmi Bomb, where he will play a transgender character for the first time.