Aggressive onscreen and playful off screen, we are talking about the ever vengeful Yuvraj Sushim aka Sumedh Mudgalkar.
The guy has been on fire since he appeared on TV via Dance India Dance season 4. He is best known for TV shows Dil Dosti Dance and Chakarvarti Ashoka Samrat.
In his first appearance on TV itself he won everybody’s hearts. His debut happened on Dance Maharashtra Dance in 2012 and then Dance India Dance Season 4 in 2013. His subtle and intricate dance moves wowed audience and judges alike.
In fact, he received the epithet of Beat king by Master Shruti Merchant on Dance India Dance. She particularly praised him for his dubstep. He became a runner-up on Dance Maharashtra Dance and stood at fourth position on Dance India Dance.
After the show he got the offer to play Raghav aka Raghavendra Pratap Singh on Channel V’s Dil Dosti Dance. That his acting was praised in his first stint say a lot about him.
But the turning point of his career is undoubtedly Chakarvarti Ashoka Samrat on Colors channel. Here he is playing the character of Yuvraj Sushim who somewhat reminds one of King Joffrey on Game of Thrones. This role made him immensely popular.
Raghav and Yuvraj Sushim were two drastically different characters, one being playful and flirty while the other being arrogant and angry. Yet Sumedh had no problem portraying the two.
Born on 2nd November 1996, he belongs to a Marathi family. Despite his careeer on television he hasn’t lost sight of his studies. He is doing his graduation in Economics from Maharashtra institute of technology, Pune.
On the set of Chakarvarti Ashoka Samrat, he has found a support system with his co-star Tunisha Sharma and her mother. On Instagram he often acknowledges them for making him happy on sets. Considering how long her remains away from his parents the relationship holds value for him. No surprise they have become best friends.
His negative role of Yuvraj Sushim has been portrayed with such dexterity that people can’t help hating him.
One would think that his dancing and acting skills are result of getting lessons but that’s not so.
Surprisingly, he took no classes. It resulted from his passion since early age. His learning is purely based on the videos he watched as a kid. We can only warn Ashoka to watch out for this multitalented fellow. He knows how to keep himself and Ashoka on his toes.