Makarand Deshpande is an Indian actor and director who makes films predominantly in Hindi and Marathi. He is popular for playing pivotal supportive roles in many movies like Jungle, Sarfarosh, etc. He has directed more than five films and written 35 full-length plays and owns a theatre company in the name of ‘Ansh’.

He is noted for his unconventional and eccentric personality. He often turns heads with his weird outfits and hairdos. He is currently based in Vile Parle, Mumbai. At the age of 48, he is proactive and exhibits enthusiasm in making movies and plays and essays versatile roles in movies like wayfarers and drunkards. His directorial venture has resulted in quite a few famous movies like ‘Hanan’ in 2004, ‘Danav’ in 2003, ‘Shahrukh Bola Khoobsurat Hai’ in 2010 and ‘ Sona Spa’ in 2013.

He has acted not only in Hindi and Marathi but also in Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam movies. He has also acted in a few hit movies in pivotal roles, namely ‘ Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’, ‘ Paisa Vasool’, ‘ Swades’, ‘ Guzaarish’, etc.He was also on the jury of the Marathi TV reality show ‘Marathi Paul Padte Pudhe’ with Urmila Matondkar. He has been nominated for two South Indian International Movie Awards for his two negative roles in the movies ‘ Dandupalya’ and ‘No. 66 Madhura Bus’ that released in 2012.

Satish Rajwade Hindi Actor

Satish Rajwade

Satish Rajwade is one of India’s most successful TV and film actors who also doubles as a television director and writer. He was born on the 9th day of January 1973 and has been in the Indian Marathi film. His acting cuts across the Hindi films and Marathi television series. His career in the film industry began when he acted in numerous Hindi and Marathi movies. Rajwade mother actually influenced his career in the film industry when she sent him as a young kid to an acting seminar for kids during one of the summer holidays in India. He, however, somehow found inspiration from there and moved on to attend Mithibai College in Vile Parle – (West) India, a college for students aspiring for a famous career in the movie industry. As a result of this ambition, he became part of a series of play for the school he attended in the following languages Marathi, Hindi, English as well as Gujarati, where he received special awards for his outstanding performances. These awards anchored and led to his breakthrough and he was given a role in his debut professional play titled ‘Tur Tur’. Although that would be a pedestrian to his success in which he was invited to play the role of a deaf and dumb man in the well known play ‘ALL THE BEST’, he did 890 series of the play in Marathi as well as the English versions. Sequel to this, he further acted in Hindi plays like Sanshodhan, Nidaan, Vaastav, Josh, Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa and so on and so forth. He extended his career to editing at B.R. Chopra but yet felt his ambition is not yet fulfilled, because of that he went further into directing his own film and found it challenging telling his own stories, part of his directing works was Music video ‘Na Jaane Kyun’ which was an instant hit. Also, he was contracted by Blaze Music Company CEOs to direct the film titled the Journey of Mrugjal. Sequel to this film he was nominated as the best director in one of the awards at that period. He was contracted by Zee Marathi to pioneer a first serial titled “Duniyadari” and subsequently directed “Kinara”, “Reshim Gaathi”. And also co-directed “Oon Pawus” where he won a best director award and he also received many other awards in other films he directed such as the first thirty series of ‘WEG”. He lives in Vile Parle, Mumbai and is married to Pallavi Rajwade and they both have Hruditya Rajwade, Yohana Rajwade as their children.


Aishwarya Narkar

Aishwarya Narkar is a prominent Marathi actress, producer and director. She was born on 10th May, 1970. She studied in Swami Vivekanand High School Dombivali and attended University of Mumbai for her graduation. She is married to Marathi TV Actor Avinash Narkar. She is very well known for her appearance in ‘Ghar Grihasti’ (2004), ‘Hou De Jarasa Ushir’ (2012) and the movie ‘Yellow’ (2014). Her role as “Savitri Garodia”, a mother of four girls, in ‘ Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyann’, which was telecast from September 2006 to November 2009 on Zee TV, was highly appreciated. So much so, that, an Arabic dubbed-version was also premiered on Zee Alwan under the name ‘Al Banat Zinat Al Bayt’ meaning- “the girls are the beauty of the house”. The second season of the show was aired on April 16, 2014. She has also acted in a soap opera called ‘Maayke Se Bandhi Dor’ which was telecasted on Star Plus from Feb 2011 to Oct-2011. Since then, she has worked for many Marathi movies. Following are her notable movies, starting from the recent one (All in Marathi language) : • Yellow (2014) • Are Avaaj Konacha (2013) • Hou De Jarasa Ushir (2013) • Champions (2012) • Sai Darshan... Ek Anubhav (2010) • Samaantar (2009) • Ankaganit Anandach (2009) • Bandh Premache (2007) • Swami Maze Daivat (2007) • Soon Ladki Sasarchi (2005) • Ranragini (2002) • Saubhagyakankshini (1974) She had also acted in ‘Tuch Mazi BhagyaLaxmi’, ‘ Laxmi’, ‘Tighi’, ‘Khatyal Sasu Natal Sun’, ‘Zuluk’, ‘Sawar Re’, which are also critically acclaimed. She also got a best actress award in the 37th Maharashtra State Marathi Film Festival (2005).

Aishwarya Narkar Hindi Actress