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About Rajesh Shringarpure
Rajesh Shringarpure was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra on October 29, 1977. As a child, he aspired to be an Air Force pilot.
Rajesh began his television career with cameo appearances on the show. His first major break came through DD National's TV serial Om Namah Shivay, in which he played the role of Arjun.
For almost two years, he was involved with this show. Following that, he appeared in Draupadi and Char Divas Sasuche.
In 2004, Rajesh was cast in the lead role of Krishna in the television series Saarrthi, produced by Neela Tele Films. He rose to prominence in the television industry as a result of the show. Following this episode, he appeared in other television series, including Sangam, Chandragupta Maurya, Sanskaar Laxmi, Meri Durga, Jhansi Ki Rani etc.
In 2018, he was cast in the Colors Marathi reality show Bigg Boss Marathi Season 1. Mahesh Manjrekar hosted the show.
Rajesh is a well-known name in the Marathi cinema industry. His cinematic career began in 1995 with the Bollywood flick Param Vir Chakra. He played a crucial role in the film alongside Saeed Jaffrey, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, and Hema Malini. Rajesh has also starred in Marathi films such as Zenda and Swarajya Marathi Paul Padate Pudhe. Rajesh has appeared in over 25 films throughout his career.
He has also received other honours, including the Dadasaheb Phalke Award 2019 (Best Supporting Actor), the Newsmakers Achievers Award 2019 (Best Marathi Actor), and others. In 2006, he was inducted into the Limca Book of Records for playing 13 different characters in the film Shambhu Maza Navsacha.