Sachin Goswami is an Indian Marathi film director, producer, and actor. He was born on March 9, 1968. Sachin Goswami’s place of birth is Dhule district of Maharashtra in India. He went to “Padvi Nutan High School, Dhule” to pursue his education. His nationality is Indian. He took a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Defence Studies from the Jai Hind Mahavidyala, Dhule (Zulal Bhilajirao Patil College) in Maharashtra. He also achieved a certificate course in Dramatics from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University in Aurangabad. He accomplished a certification course in Sanitary Inspection from Pune University. He has also engaged as a lecturer and co-ordinator of dramatics in the extramural studies department at Mumbai University. He married Savita Goswami on December 1, 1995, with whom he has a son named Parthesh Goswami. His wife, Savita Goswami, is a Clinical Psychologist and Psycho-Oncologist at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He has been living in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
He has been interested in plays from a very young age, which inspired him to pursue his profession as a director and actor. In 1985, he commenced working as an amateur in plays. He marked his debut as an actor in 1994 from the Marathi play “Jyacha Tyacha Prashna (Sawal Apna Apna),” penned by
and published by Continental Prakashan. In 1995, he debuted as a director in the Marathi play “Ek Divas Yeilach.” He has been known for his daily soaps like Maharastra Chi Hasya Jatra, Comedychi Bullet Train, and theatre play Ek Daav Bhatacha. He has produced and directed more than three hundred episodes of the television comedy show “Maharastrachi Hasya Jatra.” He has almost directed ten Marathi plays, twenty-seven television shows, three Marathi films, and one Web Series.
He directed three Marathi films, namely Dhoom 2 Dhamal (2011), Mast Challay Amcha (2011), and Pune Via Bihar (2014). His works in television shows include Akash Ganga (2000), Shubhamangal (2003), Talavar Tal De Dhama (2009), Kon Hoeel Marathi Crorepati (2013),
(2011), and so more. Plays such as Dev pavle (1997), Ek Daav Bhatacha (2005), Gochi Premachi (2008), Amhchya Hicha Prakaran (2018) are some of his works.