Bhargavi Chirmuley

Other names of Bhargavi Chirmuley: Bhairgavi Chirmule
Bhargavi Chirmule is a renowned Marathi actress. She was born on March 29, 1978 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India and was raised in Mumbai-Girgaon. Subsequently, her family shifted to Dadar, Mumbai where she attended Raja Shivaji Vidyalaya High School. She finished her studies at Ruparel College in Mumbai. Bhargavi is a trained classical and Bharatnatyam dancer. Her sister, Chaitrali (wife of Lokesh Gupte Bio coming soon... >> Read More... ) is also an actress. Bhargavi got married on February 25, 2012 to Pankaj Ekbote.
She started her acting career when she was about to graduate at Ruparel, where she works in drama and small plays. Until later, she was debuted in the Marathi film, Vishwavinayak in 1994, where she donned the role of Dagdu’s (played by Kishore Nandlaskar Kishore Nandlaskar is an Indian actor, popular amo >> Read More... ) daughter. Later, she become popular for her appearances in several Marathi films and television serials. In 2010, she played the role of Priti in Sachin Pilgaonkar’s Marathi film, Ideachi Kalpana. She was starred as Arundhati Modak in the film, Kass in the same year. Later, she has done films like Dhagedore, One Room Kitchen, Gola Berij and made a special appearance in Navra Maza Bhavra. She also made a special appearance in the Marathi romantic comedy film, Sasu Cha Swayamwar in 2014. She is also part of another romantic film, Ishq Wala Love , which was produced and directed by Renu Desai Born on 4th December 1981, in Pune, to a Gujarati >> Read More... . Recently, she learnt the lavni dance and performed in Jabbar Patel’s Yashwantrao Chavan. She also appeared in the film, MahaGuru; a film that is based on the popular reality show, Bigg Boss Show Story Coming Soon... >> Read More... from where she played as the wife of Upendra Limaye.
Besides acting in the silver screen, the actress also made her name in the small screen. Her debut in television was from the serial, Prapanch and later, she was cast in Bhagyavidhata. Bhargavi acted in the television serial, Home Minister Home Minister belongs to the game show genre. Zee >> Read More... in 2012. She also donned Star Pravah’s Suvasini, a story of a young girl whose life revolves only to her family. Bhargavi also acted in Anupama and she joined and won in the dance reality show, Eka Peksha Ek – Celebrity Parv on Zee Marathi. She also made a guest appearance on Eka Peksha Ek – Apsara Ali in 2011. Bhargavi also donned Marathi serials like Fu Bai Fu, Shrimant Gangadhar Pant, Pinjra, Asambhav, Anubandh, Char Divas Sasuche and Vahini Saheb.
Bhargavi also acted in some theatre and drama; She donned the Marathi drama, Himalayachi Savli under the direction of Dr Satish Rajmachikar and the Marathi play, Zopi Gelela Jaga Zala under the direction of Vijay Kenkare.
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Bhargavi Chirmule is an Indian actress from Marathi Industry. Bhargavi was born on 29th March 1978. He was born and brought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Her parents, Shirish and Sai Chirmul shifted from Gurgaon to Dar after her birth. She holds a graduation degree from Ruparel College, Mumbai. She has a sister named Chaitrali and Bhargavi is elder amongst the two. Since the starting of college, she tried her hand in stage plays and dramas. Soon she realizedthat acting was not just a hobby, but it was something she could build a career. She started taking acting more seriously. As her art developed, she got the privilege to share the stage with proclaimed artists like Sachin Pilgaonkar, Mahesh Kothare Mahesh Kothare is a yesteryear Marathi and Hindi a >> Read More... , and Ashok Saraf.

She showed her astonishing stage performances in plays like Himalayachi Savali and Zolpi Gelela Jaga Zala. Her talent was not just confined to the theater world, but she became a star on the small screen as well as the silver screen.

Her acting skills are admirable by not just youth but all age group. She got her first break as an actress into the Marathi Film Industry in the movie called VishwaVinayak. She even had a little cameo in the movies like Sasu Chu Swayamwar and Navra Maza Bavra. She was also seen sharing screen space with actor Bharat Jhadav in a film called One Room Kitchen. She enacted life of a middle-class woman who dreamt of a house. She continues to impress the audience on television. She has acted in several shows. She has also participated and won a reality show named Eka Peksha Ek. Currently, she is seen on Star Plus’s mythological show, Siya Ke Ram Siya Ke Ram belongs to historical drama genre. It >> Read More... . She has been portraying Queen Sunaina, mother of Goddess Sita. Interestingly, Bhargavi is a trained Bharatnatyam dancer. She has taken formal training as a yoga instructor. In 2012, she was married to PankajEkbote.

Hema Diwan Hindi Actress

Hema Diwan

Hema Diwan is a popular, talented and senior actress who has appeared in various character roles in Hindi and other regional movies and in Hindi television serials. Hema Diwan who hails from a traditional Maharashtrian family, and started off her acting career as a junior artiste manly out of the compulsion of supporting her family financially. Hema Diwan went on to appear in numerous Hindi and Marathi films in various passable character roles. However, Hema Diwan is best remembered for her character of a traditional Maharashtrian lady Ganga Bai a.k.a Ganga Mausi in Doordarshan / DD National channel’s hilarious cult comedy show Shrimaan Shrimati. The show started airing in the year 1989 and is re telecast even today on Sab TV. The story of Shriman Shrimati revolved around the daily lives of a couple Keshav Kulkarni played by actor Jatin Kanakia and Kokila Kulkarni essayed by veteran actress Reema Lagoo. Hema Diwan in this serial portrayed the role of one of Keshav and Kokila’s neighbor, an elderly funny lady Ganga Maushi, who has a bad habit of poking nose in other’s business and is disliked by Kehsav and eventually she instigates a fight between Keshav and his wife Kokila every time she visits them and leaves once the couple starts fighting. Hema Diwan was appreciated for her comic timing and acting skills in this serial by both the audiences and the critics for her portrayal of Ganga Mausi and her character still remains in the hearts of millions of audiences who are fan of Ganga Maushi and the serial Shriman Shrimati.


Khushboo Kamal

Khushboo Kamal is an aspiring Indian actress who also loves music. She became controversial in 2012 due to some misunderstandings between her and the coordinators of the show, Zindagi Ki Haqeeqat Se Aamna Saamna. She thought that the show is a drama series but instead, it is a reality television show. During the promo of the show, she was seen having a fight with her on-screen husband and her in-laws. That time, Khushboo was about to get married in real life and her fiancé and soon to be in-laws were very surprised to watch the scene where it was misinterpreted as a real story. Khushboo also speaks about some controversies about the secrets on the reality show, Bigg Boss. Khushboo made a clear statement that Big Boss and Splitsvilla shows are totally scripted and youth won’t learn anything from such shows. Khushboo made her schooling at Bundelkhand Institute of Engineering and Technology. She was hailed from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh and currently lives in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She did an episodic in the Hindi crime show, Savdhaan India – India Fights Back on Life OK. Khushboo was also seen in the television series, Sham on Doordarshan. She was debuted in Bollywood and got her fame through the Indian action film, Dabangg in 2010 along with Salman Khan directed by Abhinav Kashyap. She played the role of Pinky in the popular television series, Piya Ka Ghar Pyara Lage on Sahara One. She played a great role on that series and her acting made a powerful impact to the audiences. Later, she was roped in to appear in the historical drama soap, Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap on Sony TV. She was Maharani Karnawati, the wife of Sangram Singh in the story. She is a strong woman who started the Johar tradition. As Maharani Karnawati, she played a very strong role and brilliantly spice up the character of the Maharani of Chittor. Maharani Karnawati was the first Indian Rajput lady in the period of Mughal empire domination.  She was a great inspiration for other actors in the Maharana Pratap TV series. In 2013, she was part of the Bollywood thriller film, Ankur Arora Murder Case by Vikram Bhatt. She played the parallel lead and appeared as Rossina, a catholic nurse. The story is all about the troubling issue about death while on a surgery. It evolves on the real-life story of a boy who died because of medical negligence. ​Khushboo was horrified with the present anti-woman environment that’s been happening lately. So she did a 5-minute short film under the direction of Sushila Bhatia that evolves on abuse. This aims to make awareness in the society. The film was untitled and makes the rounds in several international festivals like Dubai and Berlin.

Khushboo Kamal Hindi Actress