Childhood sweetheart Markand Soni has started his acting career at quite a young age. He has starred in numerous television series and movies and is most prominently known for his 2010 Hindi movies Bhoot and Friends and Kichidi. He has also starred in the CID crime television series in 1998 and has also played a role in the Hindi TV serial Sunaina.

Mohan Gokhale Hindi Actor

Mohan Gokhale

Mohan Gokhale was an Indian movie actor, TV and theater performer who has worked in many movies like ‘Sparsh’, Mirch Masala, and many others. He died on 29 April, 1999, but was born in 1954 in Pune, in the state of Maharashtra, in India. He had energy and a great interest for theater since his youth and won various honors at the school and State-level. He appeared on TV for the first time and made his entrance with the show, ‘Shwetambara’. He has played many lead roles in numerous movies in both Hindi and Marathi languages. His movies include Hech Maze Maher, which was a Hindi film, and Mirch Masala, which was a Marathi film. He even played many roles in the TV show, Bharat Ek Khoj. He became well known when he was given a part in the Doordarshan TV show, Mr. Yogi, which aired in the 1980s. He likewise portrayed the role of the great Mahatma Gandhi in a biopic, which was about Babasaheb Ambedkar, and created by Jabbar Patel. He passed away during his sleep with a hypertension attack when he was in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, on 29 April in the year 1999. In the month of his death, he was working on the film, Hey Ram, which starred Kamal Hassan. ‘Kairee’, which was created by Amol Palekar, remained as his last film. He married Shubhangi Gokhale, who was an actress that acted in many Marathi films. They had a daughter whose name was Sakhi Gokhale, who is now an actress who played some small roles in various serials. His filmography includes movies like Bhavni Bhavai, which was a Gujarati movie, Banya Bapu and Thakas Mahathak, which are Marathi films, Sparsh, Holi in 1984, Aranyaka in 1994, Hero Hiralal in 1988, and Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho in 1981. He also played in many TV shows like Bhanwar, Mr. Yogi and Lekhu among many others.



Chandrashekar is a Bollywood actor. He was born on July 7, 1923 and is now 92 years old. He debuted with the movie Aurat Teri Yehi Kahani. Later in 1953, he was cast in the main role in the movie Surang. After an accident in the quarry leading to a worker’s death, the officials ask the worker’s to tell everyone that such accidents happen all the time. This movie revolves around the mine workers and how they try to get justice for their friend who lost his life. In 1984, he was cast in the movie Sharabi alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Prada. This story shows how even the rich are sad as the son of an uncaring father heads down the road to alcoholism and depression, having received no love from his father. In this movie, he played the role of Advocate Saxena. The movie was well appreciated receiving a rating of 7.5/10. Since then Chandrashekar has acted in about 112 movies including KaliTop Lal Rumal, Baradari, Street Singer and Basant Bahar. Another Version of this Bio... Chandrashekar is an eminent and a creative Indian film actor who works in Bollywood industry. He was born on July 7, 1923 and he is 91 years old now. Last year, when he celebrated his 90th birthday, the four generations of his family members gathered in Mumbai to make his birthday more memorable. In the past, Chandrashekar usually invites many of the Bollywood stars on his birthday, but recently, he cannot handle many guests so he requested a simple and quiet celebration. Chandrashekar is the father of actor, Ashok Shekhar and the grandfather of actor, Shakti Arora and director Vishal Shekhar.  He was debuted as a film actor through the 1954 film, Aurat Teri Yehi Kahani, which was produced by Ranjeet and under the direction of Chaturbhuj Doshi. He have done an over 112 films since then. Chandrashekhar’s film Surang was his first performance as a hero. In year 1984, he did the Hindi drama film, Sharaabi that was produced and directed by the legendary, Prakash Mehra. He was also part of the epic show, Ramayan from 1987 to 1988. He played the role of Sumanta, the prime minister of Dasharatha.    He gained more fame when he acted, produced and directed the successful musical film, Cha Cha Cha in 1964. He played the role of Puranchan Kashmiri opposite with actress, Helen. This film was featured in the book of Avijit Ghosh entitled, 40 Retakes: Bollywood Classics You May Have Missed.    Chandrashekar also acted as a leading man in films like Street Singer, Kali Topi Lal Rumal and a lot more. He also played a negative role as the Emperor in the classic film, Basant Bahar and character roles in films like Ajnabee in 1974, Vardaan in 1975, Kati Patang in 1971 and more. After his appearance in Sanjay Gupta’s Khauff in year 2000, Chandrashekar already retired from his work as an actor. His name, contributions and popularity was carried forward by his son who is also an eminent television serial producer. Ashok Shekhar also managing a company called Events and Celeb Management.    Ashok stated that his father occasionally watched his films whenever it was telecasted on various TV channels. Chandrashekar usually talks with some of his good friends in the industry like Dilip Kumar and they will reminisce about their journeys as an actor. He feels sad when someone from his friends passed away like the popular, Dev Anand, Yash Chopra and others. He also spends time writing letters and postcards to his family, friends, fans and even his casual colleagues. Chandrashekar was married to Pushpa for 72 long years but he felt very saddened when she passed away in year 2010.    During his peak, Chandrashekar is also an active leader who usually takes part in several social and charitable during calamities.

Chandrashekar Hindi Actor