Anshuman Vichare - Bright future ahead
Coming from a middle class family from Chiplun a picturesque place in Konkan,
Anshuman Vichare has established himself with his own identity today in Marathi
entertainment industry. Since his childhood, Anshuman was passionate about
acting and he moved in that direction setting his goal. After completing his
school education he joined college for his commerce degree. Besides
studying, he also found time for his acting.
|It was during his college days that Anshuman made
up his mind to pursue his career in acting. He started taking part in various
state level competitions. He performed in one act plays and went on to win
various prizes. He bagged six awards from Mumbai University for his proficiency
in acting. Anshuman also studied a Diploma course in marketing management, but
his focus always remained on acting.
We have all seen him on Doordarshan's popular programmes like 'Awad Aapli' 'Gammat Jammat'
and others. In all, he performed in 18-20 Marathi serials and about 4-5 Hindi
serials. But, 'Uchapati' and 'Abhalmaya' gave him some
recognition. Anshuman made his film debut through 'Shwaas'.
At the same time he assisted Basu Chatterjee in his documentary 'Nayee Subhah'
and Shailesh Prabhakar for his documentary on 'Footpath' and 'Suvarnakaal Sangeet Rangabhoomicha'. He also assisted Mangesh
Kadam for his play 'Bhramacha Bhopala' and other projects.
Anshuman has to his credit few Hindi films too. 'Hotel Dot Com', 'Detective Naani',
'Damaad Ke Intazaar Mein', 'Bhulva' are some of them. However, the most
memorable moment for him came, when he was declared the winner of second
chapter of reality show 'Fu Bai Fu', alongwith Atul Todankar.
Last year one of his films 'Hungama' was released. His role in this film was somethging special
and won him the Sanskruti Kala Darpan award. The other films released were
'Ved Laavi Jeeva', Bharat Aala Parat' and 'Irsaal Gavchi Irsaal Manse' .
Now, Anshuman is eagerly awaiting for his forthcoming film 'Swarajya
Paul Padate Pudhe'. There is also a short film ' Salute to 7:33' in which he
plays freedom fighter Rajguru. Then, there is a play 'Ek Maau Char Bhaau' and
film 'Misalpaav' in the pipeline. But, at present he is going strong with his
play - 'Eh Chal Asa Nasata Re' which is inviting attention from theatre lovers.
Directed by Prasad Dani, Anshuman is really doing well in the company of Savita
Mehendale, Ajinkya Date and Sangram Salvi.
In days to come, there are big expectations from a talented actor like him in
this Marathi entertainment industry.
by Chetana Gavkhadkar © MMW