Name Milind Dastane | मिलिंद दास्ताने

Birthday / Age / Date of Birth / DOB 8 th August.

Marriage & Wedding / Wife / Girlfriend Married to Sayali Pise.

Career Span 2002 – Present

Biodata / Wikipedia Information

Introduction :

  • Milind Dastane is well-known Actor, Director and Production Manager working in both Marathi and Hindi Cinema Industry.

Education , Early Life & Family Background :

  • His Father’s name is Ganesh Dastane.
  • He was married to Rajashree but she died. Then, He married to Sayali Balaji Pise.
  • He completed schooling from Rambhau Parulekar Vidyaniketan, Pune Maharashtra.
  • She completed the graduation from Sir Parashurambhau College, Pune Maharashtra.

Work and Career :

  • He has been part of many commercial films, television series and documentaries with many renowned directors in Hindi and Marathi.
  • ‘Aaji Ajoba’ is Milind’s first film as a director and co-producer. ‘Hichyasathi Kai Pan’ is his first commercial film as a Director.
  • Currently, He can be seen in Zee Marathi serial Tujhyat Jiv Rangala as Prataprao Gaikwad.
  • ETV Marathi Serial ‘Lek Ladki Ya Gharchi’ was Milind’s first TV serial as a actor.

Interesting and Fun Facts :

  • In June 2019, He and his wife was arrested by Pune Police allegedly cheating a jewellery firm of Rs. 25 lakh.
  • The arrest was made following a complaint lodged by P.N. Gadgil Jewelers in Chaturshrungi police station.
  • His height is 5 feet 6 inches.
  • He prefers direction than acting as actor has to focus on one charachter wheras as director has to lookout everyone.
TV Serials & Shows Acted
  • Tujhyat Jeev Rangala
  • Lek Ladki Ya Gharchi
Movies Songs / Movies Acted
  • Shahid Bhai Kotwal
  • Bola Alakh Niranjan
  • Hichyasathi Kay Pan – Director
  • Lagna Mubarak Movie
  • Mulshi Pattern
  • Lai Bhaari
  • Mazi Bayko Mazi Mehuni
  • Halla Bol Hindi
  • Khakee Hindi
  • Knock Out Hindi
  • Aaji Aajoba – Love Has No Boundaries
  • Mangal Pandey: The Rising
  • The Legend of Bhagat Singh – Hindi
Most Memorable Dance Prataprao Gaikwad (Aaba/Mamanji) from Tujhyat Jeev Rangala