Nitish Bharadwaj Biography

Nitish Bharadwaj (born 2 June 1963) is an Indian film actor, director, screenwriter, and producer

In the period in the 90s, people used to understand Lord Krishna by seeing Nitish on the screen. Nitish Bhardwaj, who plays Lord Krishna role in the B. R. Chopra’s Mahabharata, is still remembered by people after almost 26 years.

Even today, so many people want to know where their favorite stars are and what they are doing.

Nitish Bharadwaj: As 'Mahabharat' returns in 2020, Nitish ...

Nitish Bharadwaj Television and Theatre

He was a member of Lok sabha, He made his acting debut with Bollywood film Trishangi. Then he starts work in his first television show Mahabharata in the year 1988. He has worked in popular movies like Mohenjo Daro in the year 2016.

After a long gap from films he made his comeback in 2013 as a director for Marathi film Pitru Roon. Nitish also did 2 radio shows for BBC Radio namely Bhagvad Geeta and Ramayan. He was nominated for the “Sony Radio award” for Ramayan in the UK in 1995.

Nitish Bharadwaj Personal life 

In 1991, Nitish Bharadwaj married Monisha Patil, daughter of Vimla Patil. His have two children and got divorced in 2005. Monisha now lives in London with their children, Then he marries to Smita Gate an IAS officer from Madhya Pradesh.

Nitish Bharadwaj family photos | Celebrity family wiki

Nitish Bharadwaj Bio

Profession(s) • Actor
• Director
• Screenwriter
• Producer
• Politician
• Veterinary Surgeon [1]
Famous Role “Lord Krishna” in B. R. Chopra’s television series “Mahabharat” (1988)
Height in centimeters– 183 cm
Eye Colour Hazel Brown
Hair Colour Black
Career
Debut Hindi Film: Trishagni (1988)

Malayalam Film: Njan Gandharvan (1991)

Marathi Film: Khatyal Sasu Nathal Sun (1987)

TV: Mahabharat (1988)

Writer-Director: Pitru Roon (2013); Marathi Film

Awards, Honours, Achievements For his Marathi film Pitru Roon (2013)

• Screen Awards for Best Director in 2014
• Maharashtra State Film Awards for 2nd Best Director in 2014
• Maharashtra State Film Awards for 2nd Best Film in 2014

Politics
Party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) (1995 – 2007) [2]
Political Journey • He challenged the 1996 Lok Sabha Elections from two seats – Jamshedpur and Rajgarh; he won the Jamshedpur seat but lost the Rajgarh seat.
Personal Life
Date of Birth 2 June 1963 (Sunday)
Age (as in 2020) 57 Years
Birthplace Mumbai, India
Zodiac sign Gemini
Hometown Mumbai, India
School • Gokhle Education Society’s DGT High School, Mumbai
• Robert Money School, Proctor Road, Mumbai
College • Bombay Veterinary College, Mumbai
• Wilson College, Chowpatty, Mumbai
Educational Qualification [3] • Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry from Bombay Veterinary College (1979 – 1983)
• B.Sc. from Wilson College (1977 – 1979)
Religion Hinduism
Caste Brahmin
Food Habit Vegetarian
Relationships
Marital Status Married
Marriage Date First Marriage: 27 December 1991
Second Marriage: Year 2009
Family
Wife/Spouse First Wife: Monisha Patil (daughter of Vimla Patil, then editor of Femina) (m. 1991. 2005)
Second Wife: Smita Gate (an IAS officer) (m. 2009-present) it was Smita’s second marriage too.
Children • He has a son and a daughter from his first wife, Monisha Patil, both live with Monisha in London. [8]
• He has twin daughters Devyani and Shivranjani from his second wife, Smita Gate. [9]
Parents Father– Janardan C. Upadhyay (a Senior Advocate of Bombay High Court and a veteran labour lawyer)
Mother– Sadhana Upadhyay (she was the Head of Marathi Literature

 

Mahabharat actor Nitish Bharadwaj makes Instagram debut ...

Comments