is a well-known name in both Marathi and Bollywood, and the actor-director is a native of Mumbai. Before switching to acting in films, Khedekar began as a theatre artist. In 1985, he began performing in plays, and Vidhilikhit was his first play. He has also contributed to some of Tollywood's film industry. In TV series like "Imtihaan" and "Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero," he played several famous roles that had a huge impact. He made his Marathi acting debut in the 1990s film "Jeeva Sakha," and since then, he has succeeded in many roles. Let's look at a few of his Marathi films.
1. Kaccha Limbu
The first film directed by
, "Kaccha Limbu," tells the tale of parents who struggle to care for and raise their mentally challenged child. The highs and lows they experience while attempting to balance their lives and take care of him are the centers of this story.
, and Sachin Khedekar were among the actors who starred in it. This film does a great job of capturing the chawl's misery.
is the director of the Marathi historical drama film "Kaksparsh."
, and Sachin Khedekar appeared in the film. Once more, Sachin Khedekar (Hari) delivers a strong performance. The film was a box office hit, and the direction received positive reviews. Following its debut, the film won several awards, including Best Film at the eleventh Pune International Film Festival, MICTA, and Maharashtra State Film Awards.
3. Take Care Good Night
Cybercrime is the subject of Girish Joshi's film, "Take Care Good Night." The plot centers around a modern family with a daughter (Pethe) and her parents (Khedekar and Harshe). The story's main character, Khedekar, narrates the plot in what seems to be a seminar setting. A mysterious man starts stalking the daughter online, causing trouble for the family. Khedekar, who played Sudhir Deshpande, did excellent work in the role.
4. Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy
produced the Marathi film "Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy," which was directed by
. The lead character of the film battles against social evil to maintain his pride and reclaim his identity. Mahesh Manjrekar, Sachin Khedekar, Priya Bapat,
, and Abhijeet Kelkar were among the actors who starred in it. Dinkar Bhosale (Sachin Khedekar), a middle-aged Maharashtrian man from a regular, unassuming middle class, is the story’s subject. He travels and discovers that "outsiders" are doing well everywhere. The film was a box office success, and all the actors did outstanding work.
5. Aajcha Divas Majha
Aajcha Divas Majha, a Marathi drama film, premiered on March 29, 2013.
is the director, and
is the producer. With the help of a home donation, a guilty minister hopes to make peace with an elderly musician. However, many doubtful officials seek to sabotage his plan by creating hurdles in his way.
The father-child relationship is the central theme of this drama-comedy film directed by
. A retired man named Bhaskar Pandit (Sachin Khedekar), who has been diagnosed with cancer, tries to make his relationship with his son as pleasant as possible before he passes away. This new issue is thus worth watching.
directed this rom-com, which stars
, Sachin Khedekar, Varun Narvekar, and others. With the separation, the storyline starts. The two main themes of the narrative are the causes behind the breakup and how the parents cleverly dealt with the problem. As a parent, Sachin Khedekar does an excellent job in the film. And the story ends with a joyful ending.
8. Prem Mhanje Prem Mhanje Prem Asta
A Marathi drama film titled "Prem Mhanje Prem Mhanje Prem Asta" was released on April 19, 2013. Mrinal Dev-Kulkarni is the director, and
is the film producer. A doctor whose wife left him to pursue a career in the US falls in love with a single mother. As a result of their efforts to satisfy one another's emotional needs, the two grow closer. Along with Sachin Khedekar, the film’s cast includes Mrinal-Dev Kulkarni, Pallavi Joshi, and
The 2014 thriller film Shutter, directed by V. K. Prakash, is a remake of the 2012 Malayalam film of the same name. When Jitya Bhau returns to Maharashtra, his friend imprisons him in a shop with the prostitute, Thankam. When his friend won't let him go, things start to go wrong. It features Sachin Khedekar as a man who has just returned from traveling abroad and encounters some unexpected events.
The daring news reporter who exposed the politician's evil intentions in a newspaper article is the subject of this Jayprad Desai-directed film. Sachin Khedekar, Milind Soman, and Devika Daftardar starred in this film. The aim of "Nagrik" is to tell Mumbai's corrupt politics. A noteworthy performance is given by "
" (Sachin Khedekar), who plays a journalist in the film.