Shubangi Gokhale is a versatile and experienced actress, who has played roles in a number of Marathi and Hindi serials, plays and movies.
Personal Life : Parents, Family and Education
Shubanghi Gokhale grew up in an idealistic family. Her birth happened in Khamgaon. Her father was a judge who performed his duties honestly and her mother was a strict homemaker.
Due to her father’s job, she constantly had to shift residences and lived in Jalna, Malkhapur, Buldhana and a lot of other districts in Maharashtra.
Childhood and Education :
She has mentioned that her mother put in habits such as washing your own clothes, helping daily with chores and so on, which helped cultivate a strong value-based childhood.
As a child, she was interested in reading books and participated in debates and other competitions at the school level.
Her college was Sangvai College in Aurangabad, where she took her first lessons in acting and Natya Shastra.
Marriage and Career :
Shubangi met Mohan Gokhale, through a common friend when she was performing in a play. They also performed together in Mister Yogi. She took a break of around 10 years after her marriage and her family life started with Mohan Gokhale. Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre was her comeback serial after Mohan’s death.
Besides being an actress, she is a writer as well and has written a number of short stories, articles, etc. Her most memorable roles were Mishri Mausi in Lapataganj / As Shyamla in Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre.
Her height is around 5 feet 2 inches.2nd June 1968. As of 2023, she is around 55 years old. Was married to Mohan Gokhale (Passed Away). Her daughter Sakhi Gokhale has also ventured into the acting field and debuted with the hit TV series Dil Dosti Duniyadari in 2015.
- Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre
- Lapataganj – Hindi
- Eka Lagnachi Tisari Goshta
- Hum Hai Naa – Hindi
- Kahe Diya Pardes
- Hich Tar Premachi Gamat Ahe
- Aga bai Arechya
- Kshanbhar Vishranti
- Zenda (2010)
- Bokya Satbande
- Kon Aahe Re Tikade (2010)
- Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa (1998)
- Sa Sasucha (2010)
- Sakhar Khallela Manus (2016)