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Jyoti Subhash
Born:January 1, 1900
Birthplace:Pune, Maharashtra, India
Jyoti Subhash is an Indian actress. and mother of actress Amruta Subhash. Best known for her supporting roles in Marathi films, Jyoti has also appeared in a handful of Bollywood movies, several plays and tv shows. She has appeared in critically acclaimed Marathi films like Dahavi Pha (2002), Pak Pak Pakaak (2005), Valu (2008), Gabhricha Paus (2009), Fandry (2013) and Sairat (2016). Other notable acting credits include Dhoosar (2011), Chi Va Chi Sau Ka (2017) and the Hindi films Phoonk (2008) and Aiyyaa (2012). She is associated with the 2017 movie Nizam Sarkaroda directed by Raj Durge. Her 2018 releases include R. Balki`s Pad Man, a biographical drama starring Akshay Kumar in the lead. She is associated with the 2018 Marathi drama Firkee directed by Suniket Gandhi, which features Parth Bhalerao, Pushkar Lonarkar, Jyoti Subhash and Ashwini Giri in lead roles. Her 2020 release includes Tattaad.
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