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Laxmmi Bomb Actor Sharad Kelkar: “People Accepting Me As An Actor Is The Biggest Compliment For Me”

Laxmmi Bomb actor Sharad Kelkar: “People Accepting Me As An Actor Is The Biggest Compliment For Me”

Sharad, who is an accomplished dubbing artist, has in the past lent his deep voice to Prabhas’ starring role in the dubbed version of the “Baahubali” series, after ventured into acting in 2004 with the Doordarshan show, “Aakrosh”.

Sharad Kelkar is more than happy that the audience has accepted him as an actor and calls it the biggest compliment.

Sharad, who is an accomplished dubbing artist, has in the past lent his deep voice to Prabhas’ starring role in the dubbed version of the “Baahubali” series, after ventured into acting in 2004 with the Doordarshan show, “Aakrosh“.

He was later seen in shows like “Saat Phere: Saloni Ka Safar”, “Bairi Piya” and “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge”.

Sharad ventured into Bollywood in 2012 with the film “1920: Evil Returns“, where he was seen playing the evil spirit. He then worked in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela”.

He was then seen in films like “Mohenjo Daro”, “Bhoomi”, “Housefull 4” and “Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior”.

Talking about being loved for portraying character with shades, Sharad told IANS: “It feels nice. I played a negative guy. I was the blue-eyed boy for every household for around four years. To change that image and become a grey-shade guy in films — the acceptance was a question mark. Would people accept me as a negative guy? But they accepted me. I played some positive roles also, and there too was a fear and question marks arose. But people accepted me and praised me.”

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