Tushar Dalvi is an Indian actor who mainly works in the Hindi and Marathi cinema. He came into the spotlight with the film “Jivalaga.”
Tushar Dalvi was born in Pimpri, a suburb in Pune, Maharashtra. After completing his primary education from a local school, Dalvi enrolled himself into the Ness Wadia College of Commerce, Arts and Science to pursue his graduation. He did his post-graduation in management. He was good at arts since childhood and actively participated in the cultural activities in his college days. He also took part in Inter-collegiate drama competitions and state level meets. During the final year of college, he did a project with a foreign bank.
Height (approx.): 5′ 7″
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Wife
Tushar Dalvi belongs to a Maharashtrian Hindu Family. Not much is known about his parents. He is married to Malavika, who is a chartered accountant.
Tushar Dalvi started his acting career in 1992 with the Marathi romantic drama “Jivalaga.” His Hindi film debut came in the year 1997 with the film “Bandh Jharoke.” Next, he featured in the Marathi film “Bhet,” which revolves around the emotional tale of a mother and son reuniting. The film was both a critical and commercial success.
Subsequently, he appeared in films like “Not Only Mrs. Raut,” “Devrai,” “Sanai Choughade,” “Kadachit,” and “Madaari.”
Tushar made his television debut in 1992 with the show “Kshitij Ye Nahi.” Next, he appeared in the show “Naya Nukkad.” He rose to fame by playing the role of ‘Jayant’ in the TV series “C.I.D.” He was cast in around 10 C.I.D. episodes in the year 1999. He has also appeared in the TV shows like “Yeh Hui Na Baat,” “Shrimaan Shrimati,” “Zanjeerein,” and “Vighnaharta Ganesha.”
In 2019, he replaced Abeer Soofi to play the role of “Sai Baba” in the TV series “Mere Sai: Shraddha Aur Saburi.”
- His hobbies include reading and travelling.
- He follows a vegetarian diet.
- In 2000, he received an award for ‘Best Actor Marathi’ for the film “Mrugajal.”
- Apart from acting, he has also hosted a few Hindi and Marathi TV programs.
- Initially, Dalvi’s parents were against his decision of becoming an actor, but after he bagged a few acting projects, his parents supported him in his decision.