Actress Suchitra Bandekar is a TV celebrity who is married to renowned Marathi actor
. The couple made an appearance in Sachin-Supriya’s Marathi show - Jodi Tujhi Majhi and shared their experiences how they got married and had a long innings together in their life. Her husband, under his banner ‘ Soham Productions’ was the producer of the crime based Marathi Television show ‘
’ that was telecasted in Star Pravah. This actress also appeared in Marathi movies. But she preferred switching to the small screen and appeared in some Rajshri’s TV show such as ‘
Pyaar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara
’ which was telecasted in Star Plus and another serial ‘’ which was aired on Life OK. For’ Pyaar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara’, she was seen playing the on-screen wife of
. Anil Dhawan is a veteran actor of 1970’s who is a film and television actor(FTII, Pune) and acted with Jaya Bhaduri too in many films. The actress was seen with Rajshris’ other favorites such as
in serial ‘Mere Rang Mein Rangne Waali.' This actress has now a hope that she will be cast in Rajshri’s film as well. She has appeared so far in three TV show of Rajshri’s and being part of Rajshri Productions is just like a dream come true for her. She finds the work environment in Rajshri as wonderful always. This actress shot to fame playing Babli in Balaji Productions “Hum Paanch”, a serial that had run for four years and had
in the cast too. Later, she went to act in Creative Eye’s ‘Betiyaan’. She later appeared in tele-show ‘Khamoshiyaan’, where she played the lead role as 60-year old grandma.
Recently, she was seen in Bollywood films as well. Besides ‘
’ ( an Ajay Devgn starrer), she was also seen in a Maratha movie 'Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy’. She is a savvy actress and capable of identifying her character with any content needed for the new TV shows. It looks almost that she has a bright future in the acting world of small screen, or she even has the capability of shifting to Bollywood films even. This actress was born on January 7, 1972.