Mohan Mahadeo Agashe
23 July 1947
Mohan Agashe (born 23 July 1947)is an Indian psychiatrist and actor. He was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 1996 in theatre.
Agashe was born in Bhor, Maharashtra. He studied in B. J. Medical College, Pune for his MBBS and MD degree in Psychiatry. He later became a professor, before becoming an actor.
Agashe served as a professor of Psychiatry at the B. J. Medical College and Sassoon Hospital in Pune.Apart from his medical career, he also worked in the fields of clinical psychology and psychopharmacology. Agashe was also instrumental in establishing the Maharashtra Institute of Mental Health in 1991, a state level training and research institute in Mental Health Sciences, located in Pune, India. Agashe headed the five-year study on the trauma of the 1993 Latur earthquake, initiated by the Indian Council of Medical Research.
Agashe started his early career by opting to work in a government Hospital at Pune. He also chaired the organising committee meetings for the Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society held at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. In 1998, Agashe's project to improve mental health education and service led to the formation of a new policy on mental education by the Government of Maharashtra. He has also served as an Advisor to the Government of Maharashtra on Mental Health Education and Service. Agashe is presently Principal Investigator for an Indo–US joint project on Cultural Disorders of Fatigue and Weaknesses.[ citation needed ]
Agashe started out as a theatre artist through Sai Paranjape's children's play.His love of acting made him take time out of his busy schedule to work in plays. He started his career in acting by working in the theatre. From April 1997 to April 2002, he was the Director General of the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune. He was part of a play called Zara Samjhun Ghya, which he presented for IMA's awareness drive to strength doctor-patient relationship in Pune. In 2018, he was also part of a Harry Potter spoof video by Bharatiya Digital Party, where he portrayed Bumbledore. He was also part of a short film #PuranaPyaar, by Gorilla Shorts.
|Nishant||Prasad (Zamindar's brother)|
|Jait Re Jait||Nagya (Bhagat)|
|1978||Hungama Bombay Ishtyle|
|Aakrosh||Bhonsle, President of the City Council|
|The Sea Wolves||Brothel Keeper|
|1982||Gandhi||Tyeb Mohammed's friend|
|1986||Kala Dhanda Goray Log||Custom Office Sudarshan Kumar|
|Musafir||P. A. Pillai|
|Kissa Kathmandu Ka||Hindi||Jatayu|
|Susman||President of Handloom Cooperative Society|
|Maha Yatra||Ved Maharaj|
|1988||The Perfect Murder||A.C.P. Samant|
|1989||Bye Bye Blues||Hindi||Rug Merchant|
|Mississippi Masala||English||Kanti Napkin|
|1992||Dil Aashna Hai||Hindi/Urdu||Prem (pimp)|
|Ek Hota Vidushak||Marathi||Himmatrao Inamdar|
|1995||Mohini||Dr. Mohan Agashe / Anand|
|1996||Vrindavan Film Studios||Hindi||Hiralal|
|Katha Don Ganpatraonchi||Marathi||Ganpatrao Moray-Patil|
|Feluda 30||Bengali||Maganlal Meghraj|
|Train to Pakistan||Hindi||British Official|
|1999||Hu Tu Tu||Hindi||Sawantrao Gadre|
|Golapi Mukto Rahasya||Bengali||Maganlal Meghraj|
|Jato Kando Kathmandu Te||Bengali||Maganlal Meghraj|
|Katt Katt Kad Kaddu|
|2000||Seducing Maarya||Hindi||Vijay Chatterjee|
|2001||Meri Ishq Ki Kahani|
|A Pocket Full of Dreams||Om|
|Ab Tak Chappan||Hindi||Ex-Commissioner Pradhan|
|Dance Like a Man||Amritlal Parekh|
|Asambhav||Hindi||President Veer Pratap Singh|
|2005||James||Hindi||DCP Vijay Singh Rawat|
|Kay Dyache Bola||Marathi||Judge Justice Prabhune|
|Apaharan||Hindi||Prof. Raghuvansh Shastri|
|Rang De Basanti||Hindi||Indian Defence Minister Shashtri|
|Nishaani Daava Angthaa|
|The King & the Commissioner||Malayalam||Indian Prime Minister|
|Gadya Aapla Gaon Bara|
|Jolly LLB||Hindi||Senior Dewan|
|Prem Mhanje Prem Mhanje Prem Asta|
|Mohan Rakesh's Adhe Adhure||Singhania / Juneja / Mahendranath|
|Dr. Prakash Baba Amte - The Real Hero||Baba Amte|
|2015||Astu - So Be It||Appa - Dr.Chakrapani Shastri|
|Ab Tak Chhappan 2||Hindi||Ex Commissioner Pradhan|
|Mahesh Dattani's Hasmukh Saab ki Wasihat||Hasmukh Mehta|
|Dhurandhar Bhatawdekar||Marathi||Appa Bhatawdekar|
|Deool Band||Marathi||Dr. Vyas|
|The Bright Day||Old Man|
|Monel Maya||Marathi||Bramhanikar Gaonkar|
|Lost and Found||Marathi||Shrirang Uncle|
|2017||Yeh Hai India||Hindi||Prime Minister|
|1986-1987||Kissa Kathmandu Ka||DD Bangla||Jatayu||Originally on DD National|
|2011||Guntata Hriday He||Zee Marathi|
|2012||Eka Lagnachi Teesri Goshta||Zee Marathi||Advocate Deshmukh|
|2019||Ti Phulrani||Sony Marathi||Jagadish Mahapatre|
|2018||Purana Pyaar||Dev Pratap Singh||Hindi||Finalist for Filmfare Short Film Awards|
|1996||Filmfare Best Villain Award||Nominated||For Trimurti (film)|
|1996||Sahitya Akademi Award||Won||for theatre(Acting- Marathi)|
|2002||Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany||Won|
|2017||Thespo Lifetime Achievement Award||Won|
|2018||Vishnudas Bhave Puraskar||Won|
|2018||Pride of Planet award||Won|
|2019||Lotu Patil Theatre Award||Won|
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