Ashok Saraf

ashok saraf - Being Marathi
ashok saraf - Being Marathi

Ashok Saraf

Ashok Saraf (born 4 June 1947) is an Indian film and stage actor and comedian He has appeared in many Marathi and Hindi movies. Since the late 1960s, Ashok Saraf has been known mainly for comedy movies, many of which he appeared in with Laxmikant Berde . Apart from films, Ashok Saraf has also starred in television serials like Yeh Choti Badi Baatein and Hum Paanch . One of his most memorable roles in Bollywood is that of a comical “Munshiji” in Rakesh Roshan’s 1995 action thriller Karan Arjun. In film industry, he is popularly known as Mama (maternal uncle) or Ashokmama.
NameAshok Saraf
Born4 June 1947
LocationMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Years active 1969 – present

Ashok Saraf Awards

11977 - first Filmfare award for Ram Ram Gangaram. In total 5 Filmfare awards
2Maharashtra government award for this movie Pandu Havaldar
3Screen award for movie Sawai Havaldar
4Bhojpuri film award for Maika Bitua
5State government awards for Marathi Films
6Best Comedian in Maharashtracha Favorite Kon?
7Due to his extra ordinary performance in marathi film, He is affectionately known as Amitabh Bacchan of Marathi movie