Mohan Agashe Wiki, Age, Wife, Height, Family, Bio


Mohan Agashe was born into Bhor, Bombay Presidency, during British India. His schooling took place at NVM High School & Junior College, a Marathi medium school in Budhwar Peth of Pune.

Mohan completed his bachelor’s and doctorate degrees in psychiatry from B. J. Medical College in Pune. His father, Mahadeo Agashe, was a Collectorate Stenographer at the time of Mohan’s birth. Mohan said that his paternal grandfather discouraged him from studying because he was a Collectorate Stenographer. Mohan has an older sister.

Mohan Agashe Bio

Real NameMohan Agashe
Date of Birth23 July 1947
Age75 years old
Birth PlaceIndia, Pune
Home TownIndia
FamilyMother : Not Available
Father : Not Available
Sister : Not Available
Brother : Not Available
Husband : Not Available
Marital StatusUnmarried

Mohan Agashe Height & Weight

HeightIn Feet : 5′ 5″ ft
In Meter : 1.65 m
WeightIn Pound : 143 lbs
In Kilogram : 65 Kg
Eye ColourLight Borwn
Hair ColourBrown
HobbiesWriting and Photography

Mohan Agashe Awards

  • 1990: Padma Shri in Arts
  • 1996: Sahitya Akademi Award
  • 2002: Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • 2004: Goethe Medal
  • 2017: Thespo Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2018: Vishnudas Bhave Puraskar
  • 2018: Pride of Planet Award
  • 2019: Lotu Patil Theatre Award

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Mohan Agashe Dating

Marital StatusMarried
GirlfriendNot Available
Net WorthRs 2 Crore+

Mohan Agashe Facts

  1. In 1984, he was given the Homi Bhabha Fellowship to study art and therapy.
  2. As well as acting, Mohan also produced the 2019 Marathi film ‘Dithee.’ The film was directed by Sumitra Bhave.
  3. In 1993, Mohan Agashe was heading a five-year study on the trauma of the 1993 Latur earthquake for the Indian Council Of Medical Research and found many people suffering from psychological distress. He initiated psychosocial rehabilitation for these victims soon after his findings.
  4. Mohan admitted in an interview that he took theatre more as a hobby than academics.
  5. In 1997, when Mohan Agashe was the Director of the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune, he had a new idea to halt the on-going strikes. He proposed that admissions would be frozen until every student had completed his or her course.
  6. The FTC was able to obtain an injunction against the FTII Students’ Association (FSA) from demanding new students at the court of law.
  7. The FSA appealed to the Bombay High Court, alleging that by refusing to accept new students, FTII was wasting government resources. Dr Mohan Agashe subsequently resigned from his post as director of the Pune campus of theFTIINational Training and Research Institute for independence.

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