Swwapnil Joshi

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Swwapnil Joshi
Swapnil Joshi at the trailer launch of MPM 2.JPG
Joshi at the trailer launch of MPM 2
Born
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor
Years active1989–present

Swwapnil Joshi is an Indian film and television actor, in Hindi and Marathi languages. At nine years old, he appeared in the Ramanand Sagar show Uttar Ramayan. He has done some of the most successful series in television such as Krishna, Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta as well as films like Duniyadari, Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai casting him as the lead actor. He has done many comedy shows like Comedy Circus and Papad Pol – Shahabuddin Rathod Ki Rangeen Duniya in Hindi industry. Swwapnil owns a wrestling team named 'Vidarbhache Wagh' in Zee Maharashtra Kusti Dangal.[1]

Career[edit | edit source]

At the age of nine, Joshi started his acting career with Ramanand Sagar’s show Uttar Ramayana, where he played the role of young Kusha. In 1993, he was offered the role of young Krishna in another Ramanand Sagar's show named Krishna. Later, Joshi took a break from acting and made a comeback as a youth actor with Sanjeev Bhattacharya's show Campus. He then continued working in Hindi shows like Hudd Kar Di, Dil Vil Pyar Vyar, Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand, Hare Kkaanch Ki Choodiyaan to name a few. In 1997, he played the role of Inder in Zee TV’s popular show Amanat. Then, he played the role of Dhruv, a parallel lead in the serial Kehta Hai Dil. In 1997, he first played the supporting role of Vikram Dixit in the film Ghulam-E-Mustafa, starring Nana Patekar and Raveena Tandon.

He also portrayed the role of Dr. Prakash in the popular show Bhabhi. He played the role of Arjun, Supriya Pilgaonkar's youngest son in the show Kadvee Khatee Meethi, which was a sequel of super-hit comedy show Tu Tu Main Main. He also hosted the kid's talent show named Chota Packet Bada Dhamaka. In 2008, he participated on Sony TV’s show Mr. & Ms. TV, which was judged by Madhur Bhandarkar and Sonali Bendre. He won the show along with actress Purvi Joshi. His first Marathi film was Manini, where he played the lead role of Deepak Rajyadhakshya. In 2008, he acted in the multi-starrer film Checkmate.

He played the role of Chingya in the comedy film Amhi Satpute. He then played the lead character of Yash in the Marathi series Adhuri Ek Kahani opposite Kishori Godbole. He also acted in the comedy show Tere Gharchya Samor. He played the role of Pratap in the shoe Ardhangini. In 2010, he played the lead role of a boy from Pune in the hit, romantic film Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai opposite Mukta Barve. His chemistry with Barve in the film was compared to that of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. He also played the lead role of Yash Kumar in the Hindi film The Life Zindagi in 2011.

Joshi then turned his attention towards comedy shows and participated in the first season of Comedy Circus. He was paired with V.I.P and the duo was declared as runner's up of the show. Later, he was the contestant of various seasons of Comedy Circus like Comedy Circus-Chinchpokli To China, Comedy Circus- 20-20, Comedy Circus Ke Superstars, Comedy Circus Ke Tansen and more. In the eighth season of the show named Comedy Circus- Maha Sangram, he became victorious along with his partner VIP. Joshi also hosted the comedy show Ladies Special on Zee TV. He also played a small role in Sab TV’s comedy show Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo. He played the role of Sameer on DD National’s show Bajega Band Baaja, which was followed by Sab TV's Papad Pol – Shahabuddin Rathod Ki Rangeen Duniya, where he played the role of Vinaychand. In both the series, he was paired with Ami Trivedi.

In 2012, he played the lead role of Sachin on Sab TV’s comedy show Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai. In the same year anchored the dance reality show Eka Peksha Ek that aired on Zee Marathi. In 2011, he played an episodic role of Siddhanth, a city boy who is married to a village bell, Gauri (played by Mukta Barve) in the show Madhu Ethe Ani Chandra Tithe. Later, he judged the comedy reality show Fu Bai Fu and played the role of Ghanashyam Kale in the show Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta opposite Mukta Barve on Zee Marathi. He has also had his own Radio show named The Swapnil Joshi Show on Red FM 93.5. In 2013, he portrayed the role of Shreyas Talvalkar opposite Sai Tamhankar in Duniyadari. In the same year, he was once again paired opposite Mukta Barve in the film Mangalashtak Once More where he played Satyajit Pathak.

In 2014, Joshi was seen opposite Sai Tamhankar once again in Sanjay Jadhav’s film Pyaar Vali Love Story, which upon the release took good opening and was a hit at the box office. In 2014, Joshi also hosted a talk show Dhabal-Ek Timepass on Star Pravah. In 2015, his first appearance was in the film Mitwaa as Shivam Sarang alongside Sonalee Kulkarni and Prarthana Behere.Mitwaa opened to great response at the box office and was declared “super hit”. His next release was opposite Amruta Khanvilkar, Welcome Zindagi where he played Anand Prabhu. He next featured in Sanjay Jadhav's Tu Hi Re opposite Sai Tamhankar and Tejaswini Pandit. His final release of the year was Satish Rajwade's Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2, sequel of Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai opposite Mukta Barve where he played Gautam Pradhan. In 2016, his initial appearance was in R.Madhesh's film, Friends opposite Gauri Nalawde and alongside Sachit Patil.

He later starred in a film Laal Ishq produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and directed by Swapna Waghmare Joshi. It also stars Anjana Sukhani for first time in Marathi films. It released on 27 May. He is also starring in a film Fugay along with Subodh Bhave and directed by Swapna Waghmare Joshi. He has done a family film Fugay with his brother Subodh Bhave. A change in it is that they have exchanged their surnames Subodh Joshi and Swapnil Bhave. He is also starred in the Marathi film Bhikari directed by Ganesh Acharya.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Title Role Ref(s)
1997 Ghulam-E-Mustafa Vikram Dixit [2]
2002 Dil Vil Pyar Vyar Anil [2]
2003 Manini Deepak Rajyadhakshya [2]
2008 Checkmate [2]
2008 Target Swapnil [2]
2008 Amhi Satpute Chingalya [3]
2010 Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai Gautam Pradhan [2]
2011 The Life Zindagi Yash 'Nadan' K. Kumar [2]
2013 Duniyadari Shreyas Talvalkar [4]
2013 Govinda Rajan Mayekar
2013 Mangalashtak Once More Satyajit [5]
2014 Por Bazaar Special Appearance
2014 Pyaar Vali Love Story Amar [6]
2015 Mitwaa Shivam Sarang [7]
2015 2 Premi Premache [8]
2015 Welcome Zindagi Anand Prabhu [9]
2015 Tu Hi Re Siddharth [10]
2015 Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2 Gautam Pradhan [11]
2016 Friends Neil [12]
2016 Laal Ishq Yash Patwardhan
2017 Fugay Aditya
2017 Bhikari Samrat Jaikar
2017 Ranangan
2018 Mumbai Pune Mumbai 3 Gautam Pradhan
2019 Mogra Phulaalaa Sunil Kulkarni [13]

Television[edit | edit source]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1989 Uttar Ramayan Kush [14]
1993 Shri krishna Krishna
1997–2002 Amanat Inder
1998–1999 Dil Vil Pyar Vyar Anil
1999 Nanhe Jasoos Detective
1999–2000 Hudd Kar Di Neeraj Dhanwa
2000–03 Kehta Hai Dil Dhruv
2002–03 Bhabhi Dr. Prakash
2001–05 Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand Samarjeet Kent
2004 Tere Gharchya Samor
2004–08 Adhuri Ek Kahani Yash Patwardhan
2005 Hare Kkaanch Ki Choodiyaan Sunny
2006 Kadvee Khattee Meethi Arjun
2007 Comedy Circus 1 Himself Contestant
2008 Comedy Circus 2 Himself Contestant
2008 Mr. & Ms. TV Himself Contestant [15]
2008 Comedy Circus Kaante Ki Takkar Himself Contestant
2008 Comedy Circus 20 – 20 Himself Contestant
2008–09 Chota Packet Bada Dhamaka Himself Host
2008 Ardhangini Pratap
2009 Ladies Special Himself Host
2009 Comedy Circus – Chinchpokli To China Contestant
2009 Navat Kay Aahe Himself Host
2010 Comedy Circus Dekh India Dekh Himself Contestant
2010 Comedy Circus Maha Sangram Himself Contestant
2009 Ghar Ki Baat Hai Kapil Kumar
2009–10 Bajega Band Baaja Sameer
2009–12 Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo Bhavesh Bhavsar
2010–11 Papad Pol – Shahabuddin Rathod Ki Rangeen Duniya Vinay Chand Parikh [16]
2010 Comedy Circus Ke Superstars Himself Contestant
2011 Madhu Ethe An Chandra Tithe Siddhanth [17]
2011 Comedy Circus Ke Tansen Himself Contestant
2011 Eka Peksha Ek Himself Host [18]
2012 Fu Bai Fu Judge
2012 Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta Ghanashyam Kale [19]
2012 Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai Sachin [20]
2014 Dhabal Ek Timepass Himself Host [21]
2016 Kon Hoeel Marathi Crorepati Himself Host [22]
2018 Bigg Boss Marathi 1 Himself Guest
2019 Khatra Khatra Khatra Himself Guest/Recurring
2019 No. 1 Yaari Himself Host
2019 Jeevlaga Vishwas Deshpande
2020 Chala Hawa Yeu Dya Himself Judge

Brand endorsements[edit | edit source]

Web series[edit | edit source]

Year Title Platform Ref.
2020 Samantar (Parallel) MX Player [23]

Theatre[edit | edit source]

Radio[edit | edit source]

  • Share it with Swwapnil[25]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Zee Maharashtra Kusti Dangal team owners, squads unveiled". TelevisionPost: Latest News, India’s Television, Cable, DTH, TRAI. 22 October 2018. Archived from the original on 1 November 2018. Retrieved 4 November 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 "Swapnil Joshi". Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  3. "Marathi Satte Pe Satta disappoints". Rediff.com. 18 April 2008. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  4. "Review: Marathi film Duniyadari is worth a watch". DNA. 20 July 2013. Archived from the original on 23 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  5. Pooja Kulkarni (7 November 2013). "The music is the USP of 'Mangalashtak Once More'". The Times of India. TNN. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  6. "Pyaar Vali Love Story on October 2". The Indian Express. 11 April 2014. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  7. "Swapnil's aversion to six-packs". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 18 June 2018. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  8. Joshi, Swapnil (21 May 2015). "Swwapnil to play tumour patient". No. 21 May 2015. Times of India. Times of India. Archived from the original on 25 May 2015. Retrieved 25 May 2015.
  9. "Film Reviews: No, thank you". Pune Mirror. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  10. "Swwapnil Sai and Tejaswini talk about friendship and love post marriage". 3 September 2015. Archived from the original on 22 January 2018. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  11. "A film should have the ability to spread happiness". Box Office India. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  12. "स्वप्नील-सचितची 'फ्रेण्डशीप'". Loksatta. 8 January 2016. Archived from the original on 1 February 2016. Retrieved 26 January 2016.
  13. Taran Adarsh [@taran_adarsh] (20 February 2019). "Swwapnil Joshi as Sunil Kulkarni... First glimpse of #Marathi film #MograPhulaalaa... Directed by Shrabani Deodhar... Produced by Arjun Singgh Baran and Kartik Nishandar. t.co/rc2Dha7csm" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  14. "I played Krishna and people thought I was God: Swapnil". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 11 October 2020. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  15. "Mr. and Ms. TV – TV actor Swapnil Joshi dances – Navbharat Times Photodhamal". Navbharattimes. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
  16. "'I'm finally back to playing a man'". Rediff.com. 28 June 2010. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  17. "Madhu Ethe Ani Chandra Tithe – Episode 32". YouTube. 4 February 2013. Archived from the original on 26 March 2016. Retrieved 9 August 2020.
  18. Pooja Kulkarni. "Marathi actors alter their names for success". The Times of India. TNN. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  19. "'स्वप्निल-मुक्ता' पुन्हा एकत्र !". 24taas.com. 3 January 2012. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  20. "Swapnil Joshi plays cupid in SAB TV's Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai". The Times of India. TNN. 26 July 2012. Archived from the original on 11 October 2020. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  21. "Star Pravah invites viewers to its Dhabal". Indiantelevision.com. Archived from the original on 11 May 2014. Retrieved 26 January 2016.
  22. "Samantar - An MX Original Series". Archived from the original on 23 April 2020.
  23. "All You Need To Know About Swwapnil Joshi and Tejaswini Pandit's Samantar". Times of India. 11 March 2020. Archived from the original on 26 May 2020. Retrieved 22 September 2020.
  24. "Being at ease". June 2013. Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  25. "I will be directly accessible to my fans: Swapnil Joshi". Hindustan Times. 17 October 2018. Archived from the original on 5 November 2018. Retrieved 22 September 2020.

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