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Vidyadhar Joshi
Actor
Born: January 1, 1970 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Actor Vidyadhar Joshi appears primarily in supporting and character roles in Marathi cinema. He first rose to prominence courtesy of his performance in the comedy-drama Pak Pak Pakaak (2005), where he played the role of an exorcist. Vidyadhar has since essayed a wide range of roles in over twenty-five films, notable among which are Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy (2009), the romantic comedy-drama Coffee Ani Barach Kahi (2015), the road drama Highway Ek Selfie Aarpar (2015), Cycle (2018), Shubh Lagna Savadhan (2018), Bhaai - Vyakti Ki Valli (2019) and Triple Seat (2019).

The satirical comedy Shentimental (2017), the Bollywood political crime drama Daddy (2017), Ashtavakra (2018), Tc Gn: Take Care Good Night, Shubh Laga Savadhan, Triple Seat, Befaam, Panghrun.
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Cycle (Marathi)
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Hostel Days
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