Sankarshan Karhade is a well-known Marathi actor known for his versatility and acting skills. The actor is lauded for his acting, singing, and anchoring skills and is recognized for his talent in the three spheres of the craft: movies, series, and drama. Chiefly known for his Marathi film Khopa (2017), Nagpur Adhiveshan (2016), and Wedding Cha Shinema (2019), a
directorial, Sankarshan, also known as Shanky, was born and brought up in Parbhani, Maharashtra. The actor, singer cum anchor was born on June 22, 1990. Karhade is married to Shalaka Karhade. Sankarshan is blessed with twins, a boy, and a girl. He shared the picture of the babies and revealed their names, Sarvagya and Sragvi.
Sankarshan and Shalaka Pande had appeared together in several shows like
since then. Apart from the movies mentioned above, the versatile actor has been a part of television shows like Mala Saasu Havi,
Aamhi Saare Khavayye
, and Khulata Kali Khulena. Sankarshan has also anchored shows like Maharashtra’s Best Dancer and
and hosted the cooking show Aamhi Saare Khavayye. His skills as an anchor have won him appreciation, primarily due to his ability to make the shows fun-filled and keep the audiences smiling. The Khopa actor is also known for his talent for singing. He was a part of the popular television show
, where he showcased his crooning skills.
Earlier in March 2021, Karhade shared his foot injury memory while celebrating 100 rehearsals of his play Tu Mhanshil Tasan. A year before, Sankarshan had met with a foot injury while rehearsing for the stage show. Interestingly, the actor continued to rehearse for most of the remaining play while still being injured. The play in question opened to rave reviews and was appreciated by all and sundry. The story of the drama pivoted around the real life of a married couple. Both Sankarshan Karhade and
featured in lead roles in the drama directed by
and produced by Gauri Damle.
Karhade, due to his exceptional anchoring skills and quick wit, was chosen to host Zee Marathi’s popular show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. The event was organized to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show and was broadcast live on Facebook. The Live-A-Thon was a joint initiative by Zee Marathi and Give India to raise covid relief donations.