Bhakti Barve

Bhakti Barve

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Bhakti Barve (; 10 September 1948 – 12 February 2001) was an Indian film, theatre and television actress in Marathi, Hindi, and Gujarati. She is best known for her role in Kundan Shah's comedy Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983), where she acted alongside Naseeruddin Shah, Satish Shah and Ravi Basvani.The Oxford companion to Indian theatre, by Ananda Lal. Oxford University Press, 2004. ISBN 0195644468. page 37.

In theatre which was her mainstay, she was associated with leading groups like Theatre Unit, Indian National Theatre, and Rangayan, and is remembered for performances in plays like "Ti Phularani", "Nag Mandala", "Aayee Retire Hote Aahe" and "Hands Up". She was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in Marathi theatre Acting in 1990 by India's National Academy of Music, Dance and Drama, Sangeet Natak Akademi Award Official listing. apart from Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar, and Abhinay Puraskar. She was married to actor Shafi Inamdar, who died in 1996. Screen , 16 February 2001.

Personal life

Barve was born in Sangli, Maharashtra. During her schooldays she participated in Sudha Karmarkar's productions of children's theatre.


Barve began her career by acting for Sudha Karmarkar's Little Theatre. She also had a short stint as announcer on All India Radio, Mumbai and later as a news reader on Mumbai Doordarshan (India's National broadcaster), and presenter...
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