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Joshi also wrote the popular song Kombdi Palali, which was later remixed as Chikni Chameli.He got his first recognition from the Zee Marathi daily soap Ghadlay Bighadlay where he played Krishna.In 2011, he hosted Marathi Paaul Padte Pudhe, a talent reality show on the Zee Marathi. In Marathi he played title role of Sant Tukaram in Tukaram (film released in 2012) and a comic role in. Watch full marathi movies for free. Watch old marathi full movies, latest marathi full movies, classic marathi full movies, comedy marathi movies, romantic marathi movies on Cinestaan.com.

Born
Pune, Maharashtra, India
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor
Years active2003 – present

घर व कुटुंब,Ghar Va Kutumb. आतापर्यंत ज्यांचे विवेचन झाले ते सारे संस्कार घरात होतात. All about Kutumb (2012) Marathi Cinema, Trailer, Video clips, Kutumb Reviews, Expert Reviews, Story, Photo Gallery, Trivia & Goofups and Kutumb Songs. Kutumb (2012) Movie Details Drama.

Jitendra Joshi is an Indian actor and reality show host who predominantly works in Marathi cinema.[1] He starred as constable Katekar in the hit Netflix television series Sacred Games.

Career[edit]

Joshi also wrote the popular song Kombdi Palali, which was later remixed as Chikni Chameli. He got his first recognition from the Zee Marathi daily soap Ghadlay Bighadlay where he played Krishna. In 2011, he hosted Marathi Paaul Padte Pudhe, a talent reality show on the Zee Marathi.[2] In Marathi he played title role of Sant Tukaram in Tukaram (film released in 2012) and a comic role in Guldasta. Not only as a hero, but he has also appeared as Sai, a villain character in the film Duniyadari (2013).[3] In 2016, he co-starred in the critically acclaimed dramedy Ventilator, which was produced by Priyanka Chopra. His performance in the film was widely praised.[4][5] In 2018, he starred in the Netflix Original Series Sacred Games alongside Saif Ali Khan where he played the role of constable Katekar.

Films[edit]

Jitendra Joshi
YearTitleRoleLanguageNotes
2003Pran Jaye Par Shaan Na JayeHindi
2005Pak Pak PakkakMarathi
No ProblemMarathi
2006Majhi MaanasMarathi
GolmalSohamMarathi
Aaila Re!!RanjanMarathi
2007Ghar DoghanchMarathi
Panga Naa LoHindi
2009SumbaranViruMarathi
GulmoharDr. Bhagwan SatputeMarathi
Hai Kai Nai KaiSadashiv DhapaneMarathi[6]
2010Navra Avali Baiko LovelyMaheshMarathi[7]
2011Bharat Mazza Desh AaheMarathi[8]
ShalaNarumamaMarathi[9]
GuldastaMarathi
ZhakaasMarathi
2012MatterBabyaMarathi[10]
KutumbNamdevMarathi[11]
TukaramSant TukaramMarathi[12][13]
2013DuniyadariSaaiMarathi
The Attacks of 26/11ConstableHindi
2014Singham ReturnsHindi
2015BajiMartandMarathi
KaakanKisuMarathi
ShasanMarathi
MhaisMarathi
2016NatsamratMarathi
Poshter GirlUp Sarapanch (Bharatrao Zende)Marathi
VentilatorPrasanna KamerkarMarathi
2017Baghtos Kay Mujra KarNanasaheb DeshmukhMarathi
TU. KA. PATILMarathi[14]
Poster BoysPhotographerHindi
2018MauliNana Londhe

Television[edit]

YearTitleRoleAired OnNotesRef(s)
2001Shriyut Gangadhar TiprePamiZEE network
-Ghadlay BighadlayKrishnaAlpha Marathi
2004Campus -A Fair WarAnchorAlpha MarathiWon: Best Anchor (Male) award at Aapla Alpha Awards, 2004.
Won: Best Male Compere award at Maharashtra Times Sanman Awards, 2004.
[15][16]
2009Home MinisterAnchorZee MarathiJoshi replaced show's regular anchor Adesh Bandekar while Bandekar was contesting Maharashtra State Assembly election.[17]
-Hasya SamratAnchorZee Marathi
2011Marathi Paaul Padte PudheAnchorZee Marathi
2012Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Season 11)ContestantZee Marathi
2017Toofan AalayaAnchorZee MarathiThis show presented by Aamir Khan's Paani Foundation to fight with the drought situation
2019Don Special[18]AnchorColors Marathi

Web[edit]

YearTitleRoleAired OnNotes
2018Sacred GamesKatekarNetflix
2020BetaalAjay MudhalvanNetflix

Theatre[edit]

TitleRoleLanguage
Hum To Tere Aashiq Hain[19]Anil PradhanMarathi
Prem Naam Hai Mera... Prem Chopra![20]NiranjanMarathi
Mukkam Post BombilwadiMarathi
Chhel Chhabilo GujaratiShyamGujarati
Hamidabaichi KothiSattaar BhaiMarathi
Don SpecialMilind BhagwatMarathi

References[edit]

  1. ^'Star Pravah premieres National Award winning Best Marathi Film Shala'. Indiantelevision.com. Retrieved 14 March 2012.
  2. ^'Zee Marathi to launch talent hunt show on 24 January'. Indiantelevision.com. 22 January 2011. Archived from the original on 2 February 2015. Retrieved 14 March 2012.
  3. ^Duniyadari
  4. ^'Movie Review: Ventilator'. filmfare.com. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
  5. ^'Ventilator Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India'. indiatimes.com. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
  6. ^'Zee Talkies readies to release its 7th movie on 28 August'. Indiantelevision.com. 27 August 2009. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  7. ^'Jitendra Joshi speaks on 'Navra Avali Baiko Lovely''. Marathi Dhamal (interview in Marathi). Archived from the original on 25 May 2012. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  8. ^'Bhaagerathi and Bharat Mazza Desh Ahe to premiere at IFFI'. Indiantelevision.com. 12 November 2011. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  9. ^At NY's Indian Film Festival, It's All About Young Actors
  10. ^Matter - Marathi Movie Review. Rajshri.com. 2 March 2012. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  11. ^Kutumb - Marathi Movie.
  12. ^(6 March 2012). Tukaram on screen, Afternoon (newspaper)
  13. ^(10 April 2012). 'Sant Tukaram', The Times of India (photos from movie included in Times of India section on upcoming 2012 movies)
  14. ^http://glamgold.com/machhindra-chates-next-tu-ka-patil/
  15. ^'Alpha Marathi celebrates 5th birthday with Apla Alpha Awards'. Indiantelevision.com. 12 August 2004. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  16. ^'Alpha Marathi bags 12 awards at 'Maharashtra Times Sanman' awards'. Indiantelevision.com. 16 February 2004. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  17. ^'Marathi actor Adesh Bandekar to re-host 'Home Minister' show'. DNA. Mumbai. 9 January 2010. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  18. ^''दोन स्पेशल'च्या कट्टयावर जितुसोबत रंगणार दिलखुलास गप्पा! - Marathi News Jitendra joshi will do anchoring on new show don special Latest television News at Lokmat.com'. Lokmat (in Marathi). 31 October 2019. Retrieved 7 April 2020.
  19. ^'Hum To Tere Aashiq Hai'. Mumbaitheatreguide.com. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  20. ^'Darr-ling'. Times of India. 18 April 2009. Retrieved 14 May 2012.

External links[edit]

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Kutumb2006
Kutumb कुटुम्ब
Created byBalaji Telefilms
Written byStory & Screenplay
Mahesh Pandey, Binita Desai, Sanjay Choudhary, Samidha - Khalid, Bobby Bhonsle, Suchita Bhatia & Poornima Jayaraman
Dialogues
Dheeraj Sarna
Directed byBharat Bhatia, Gautam Sobti Swapna Waghmare Joshi Santosh Bhatt
Creative directorMonisha Singh & Nivedita Basu
Starringsee below
Opening theme'Kutumb' by Lalit Sen
Country of originIndia
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes251
Production
ProducerEkta Kapoor & Shobha Kapoor
CinematographySanjay Memane
EditorVikas Sharma & Md. Nazir
Running timeapprox. 24 minutes
Release
Original networkSony TV
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Original release29 October 2001 –
16 January 2003

Kutumb (Hindi: कुटुम्ब) was a daily Indian television drama telecast on Sony Entertainment Television. The show was aired on 29 October 2001 and went off air on 7 February 2003. The show had two seasons, nut, the seasons' plots were not inter-related at all, more like two series. However, both series revolve around principal characters of Pratham (Hiten Tejwani) and Gauri (Gauri Pradhan), and their love and kutumb (family).

Summary Season 1[edit]

Kutumb meaning family, is the story of Pratham and Gauri, and their interactions with their joint family. Pratham is the eldest son of Mittal family, and Gauri hails from a middle-class Agarwal family. At first they are enemies, but end up getting married and living in a large joint family (kutumb). This family is very loving and caring. It becomes the reason for the husband and wife to fall in love and start a memorable journey together. They go through trials and tribulations but emerge victorious in the end, as their relationship stays untarnished. They return to their kutumb and live happily ever after.

Plot Season 1[edit]

The Mittal family is successful and rich but very grounded in their traditions and culture. Of the four Mittal sons, the eldest Umesh is married to Gayatri and has three children - Nandini, Pratham (Hiten Tejwani) and Gautam. Rajesh is married to Archana and they also have three children - Samay, Tushar and Diya. Sanjay is a widower, who often has imaginary conversations with his late wife Maya (Sakshi Tanwar) and their three kids are - Siddharth, Riya and Richa. Ajay and Kavita have no kids of their own and instead dote on all the other kids. The other kids who are also part of the family are Sanskar and Sanskriti, who are Umesh's sister's children.

Pratham is revealed to be the spoilt brat in the family and dearly loved by everyone, much to his father Umesh's frustration.

In contrast, Gauri Agarwal (Gauri Pradhan Tejwani), comes from a middle class nuclear family and takes no nonsense from anyone. Gauri's family includes her father, mother, sister Preeti and brother Shashank.

Pratham's own sister, Nandini (Poonam Narula) married young as per her father's wishes but the marriage results in divorce. Her ex-husband also doesn't want anything to do with their son Shobhit. Nandini's father is remorseful for having chosen the wrong man for her and wants her to remarry but she decides marriage is not for her.

At the same college, Gauri hates everything Pratham stands for - a lack of principles and his being rich and entitled. Pratham loses the Class President election to Gauri and to teach her a lesson locks himself with her in a room insinuating they were fooling around. When the media gets whiff of this, the incident is blown out of proportion and their conservative families decide that the two must be married. Pratham takes this as an opportunity to make Gauri's life a living hell. Under family pressure, Gauri gives in and the two are married.

How the two cope with their differences, and eventually fall in love with another form the crux of the story.

Cast Season 1[edit]

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  • Hiten Tejwani as Pratham Mittal
  • Gauri Pradhan as Gauri Agarwal / Gauri Pratham Mittal
  • Amita Chandekar as Anu
  • Sai Ballal as Umesh Mittal, Pratham's Father
  • Shama Deshpande as Gayatri Umesh Mittal, Pratham's Mother
  • Poonam Narula as Nandini Mittal, Pratham's Sister
  • Manorama as Chhoti Dadi, Pratham's Grandmother
  • Lily Patel as Badi Dadi, Pratham's Grandmother
  • Brijendra Kala as Sanjay Mittal, Pratham's Uncle
  • Sakshi Tanwar as Maya Sanjay Mittal
  • Rituraj Singh as Ajay Mittal, Pratham's Uncle
  • Jayati Bhatia as Kavita Ajay Mittal, Pratham's Aunt
  • Ali Asgar as Samay Mittal, Pratham's Cousin
  • Pooja Ghai Rawal as Natasha Samay Mittal
  • Monalika Bhonsle as Shruti
  • Kishwer Merchant as Swati
  • Pracheen Chauhan as Tushar Mittal, Pratham's Cousin
  • Vaishali Saini as Riya Mittal, Pratham's Cousin
  • Varun Badola as Advocate Rahul
  • Rohit Bakshi as Ketan
  • Shweta Basu Prasad as Vanshita
  • Harsh Khurana as Manav
  • Dheeraj Sarna as Yash, Pratham's Friend
  • Abhijit Khurana as Hiten, Pratham's Friend

Soundtrack season 1[edit]

Track #TitleSinger(s)LyricistMusic Composer(s)
1'Title Track'Shaan, Jaspinder NarulaNawab ArzooLalit Sen
2'Title Track Sad Version 1'Kumar SanuNawab ArzooLalit Sen
3'Title Track Sad Version 2'Priya BhattachariyaNawab ArzooLalit Sen
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Plot Season 2[edit]

The story of Season 2 is completely different from Season 1. Loosely based on A Walk to Remember, the second season shows Pratham as a rich spoilt brat who is disinterested in studies. Gauri on the other hand is the college topper and actively participates in drama activities. Their opposite natures initially lead to fights but while practicing for a college play, they develop feelings for each other. However, Pratham's parents oppose the relationship as they feel Gauri is a middle class girl and does not fit in with their family.

Pratham and Gauri are very much in love and elope. They face financial hardships but eventually settle down in their new world. Everything is perfect, till Gauri is diagnosed with cancer and is given a few months to live by the doctors. Pratham is shattered but continues to take care of her during her treatment. Gauri is finally cured and Pratham's family also accepts her. But as fate would have it, Gauri soon dies in a car accident instead.

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Cast Season 2[edit]

2006

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  • Hiten Tejwani as Pratham Mann
  • Gauri Pradhan as Gauri Pradhan / Gauri Pratham Mann / Shweta Chattopadhyay (after plastic surgery) / Shweta Pratham Mann
  • Mouli Ganguly as Shweta Chattopadhyay (before plastic surgery)
  • Mukul Dev as Abhijat Desai
  • Kavita Kaushik as Monica Malhotra
  • Simple Kaul as Pratham's Sister
  • Girish Jain as Shweta's Friend
  • Supriya Karnik / Sheeba Akashdeep as Kamini Aditya Mann
  • Raju Kher as Aditya Mann
  • Prithvi Zutshi as Mr. Pradhan
  • Dolly Bindra as Dolly Maasi

Soundtrack season 2[edit]

Track #TitleSinger(s)LyricistMusic Composer(s)
1'Title Track'Shaan, Jaspinder NarulaNawab ArzooLalit Sen

External links[edit]

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