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Milind Gunaji (born 23 July 1961) is an Indian actor, model, television presenter, writer and author, most known for his roles in Marathi and Hindi cinema.He made his first film appearance in 1993's Papeeha and has since performed in over 250 films and acted as the host of the Zee Marathi channel travel show Bhatkanti. Gunaji has served as the Government of Maharashtra's brand ambassador for forest and wildlife. Currently he is the brand ambassador for Hill Station Mahabaleshwar.
In 2009 he was named the brand ambassador for the Novel Institute Group's NIBR College of Hotel Management.Milind did Everest , which aired on Star Plus November 2014. He has also made a brief appearance in South Indian cinema playing important roles in two movies Aalavandhan (Tamil) and Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (Telugu).
Milind Gunaji was born on 23 July 1961 in Bombay (present-day Mumbai), Maharashtra. Gunaji initially began acting in the 1993 film Papeeha and first gained widespread notice in the 1996's Fareb in the role of inspector Inder Kumar Saxena.The role gained him a Filmfare Award nomination for Best Performance in a Negative Role.
He has served as a travel writer, brand ambassador of Intiamatkat Tours - Specialized in Europe and India tours! and writing a weekly column for the Marathi paper Lokprabha. In 1998 he published Majhi Mulukhgiri, a compilation of his Lokprabha columns.Gunaji has modeled, stating that it "satisfies my ego and gives good monetary returns."
|1996||Fareb||Inspector Inder Kumar Saxena||Hindi|
|1997||Koi Kisise Kum Nahin||Ajay||Hindi|
|1997||Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya||Dilawar Khan||Hindi|
|1998||Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa||Saroj Pal||Hindi|
|2000||Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain||Milind||Hindi|
|2001||Aalavandhan||Col. Santosh Kumar||Tamil|
|2001||Abhay||Col. Santosh Kumar||Hindi|
|2002||Ansh: The Deadly Part||Babu Bakshi||Hindi|
|2003||LOC Kargil||Major Rajan Adhumac||Hindi|
|2004||Aan: Men at Work||Ajit Pradhan||Hindi|
|2005||Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story||Hindi|
|2005||Fareb||Advocate Milind Mehta||Hindi|
|2006||Manthan: Ek Amrut Pyala||Avinash Deshpande||Marathi|
|2006||Phir Hera Pheri||Nanjibhai||Hindi|
|2006||Come December||Dr. Suresh Shah||Hindi|
|2008||Black & White||Hamid||Hindi|
|2009||Yeh Mera India||Ashfaq||Hindi|
|2009||Lagli Paij||Magician Abraham||Marathi|
|2010||To the London Calling||Rajvansh||Hindi|
|2010||Khatta Meeta||Suhas Vichare||Hindi|
|2012||Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum||Chakravarthy||Telugu|
|2013||Rab Ton Sohna Ishq||Punjabi|
|2014||Than Than Gopal||Marathi|
|2014||M3 - Midsummer Midnight Mumbai||Police Commissioner||Hindi|
|2015||Saankal||Apoorva Singh Bhati||Hindi|
|2015||Mudrank: The Stamp||Hindi|
|2016||Kaul Manacha||Dr. Ratnakar Narlikar,Scientist||Marathi|
|2016||Prem Kahani - EK Lapleli Goshta||Marathi|
|2017||The Ghazi Attack||RAW Agent Girish Kumar||Hindi|
|2017||Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai||Hindi|
|2017||Okkadu Migiladu||Education Minister||Telugu|
|2018||Race 3||Ranchod Singh||Hindi|
|2019||The Warrior Queen of Jhansi||Gangadhar Rao||English|
|2019||Panipat||Dattaji Rao Scindia||Hindi|
|2020||Goshta Eka Paithanichi||Marathi|
|2021||The Battle of Bhima Koregaon (film)||Hindi|
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