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Occupation  Actor
Children  Khushali Mehta
Spouse  Apara Mehta (m. 1980)
Role  Film actor
Name  Darshan Jariwala

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Born  September 29, 1958 (age 57) (1958-09-29) Mumbai, India
Parents  Kishore Jariwala, Leela Jariwala
Uncles  Sanjeev Kumar, Nakul Jariwala
Movies  Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, Ajab Gazabb Love, Gandhi - My Father, Bezubaan Ishq, Phata Poster Nikhla He
Similar People  Apara Mehta, Rajkumar Santoshi, Feroz Abbas Khan, Sanjay Gadhvi, Sanjeev Kumar

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Darshan Jariwalla (Gujarati: દર્શન જરીવાલા) (born 29 September 1958) is a Gujarati film, television and stage actor. He won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for Gandhi, My Father. He was seen as Cheddilal Chaturvedi in the show Saas Bina Sasural which aired on Sony Entertainment Television (India) between 18 October 2010 to 6 September 2012.


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Jariwala is the son of veteran Gujarati actress Leela Jariwala (a contemporary of Dina Pathak) and Vidyasagar Jariwala. He has acted in films as well as on Indian television. One of his most remembered Gujarati TV serials is Narsinh Mehta, the saint poet and devotee of Krishna. His role of Mahatma Gandhi in the 2007 film Gandhi, My Father put him on the international map.

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His Gujarati plays include Hatheli Par BaadBaaki, Patro Mitro, Mulraj Mansion and Andhalo Pato. He acted in a Hindi play Uncle Samjha Karo and in English theatre Going Solo 2. He ventured into the new age mainstream Gujarati Cinema with the Abhishek Jain directed Bey Yaar, released in 2014.

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His company Leela Theatres has coproduced an English Play, Salt & Pepper, starring him, Mandira Bedi, Kuki Grewal and Vikram Kochar, written and directed by Vikranth Pawar, and produced English comedy 'Your Place Or Mine?' and Gujarati double bill 'Ramesh Aakhi Raat', comprising two one act plays based on Ramesh Parekh's writings.

He has acted in Hindi films like Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd, Guru, Aap Kaa Surroor, Phata Poster Nikla Hero and Humshakals.

Feroz Abbas Khan (director of Gandhi, My Father and a veteran theatre personality) had approached him for Gandhi's role in his famous play Mahatma v/s Gandhi. But due to date problems, the actor had to let go of the project. However, Feroz was bent on casting him as Gandhi and again approached him for Gandhi, My Father, which finally materialized.

Personal life

In 1980 he married Indian television personality Apara Mehta, with whom he has one daughter. They had another marriage ceremony in 1981 when their parents decided to perform the marriage in grand scale. They have been living separately for a long time due to personal differences, but are not officially divorced.


  • Kya Baat Hai (1997) as Ram Dayal Mehta
  • Saas Bina Sasural (2010-2012) as Cheddilal Anandilal Chaturvedi
  • Adaalat (2012) as K. D. Pathak's Father
  • Maan Na Maan Main Tera Mehmaan as Shakuni (Cameo)
  • Muh Boli Shaadi (2015) as Ashok Tiwari
  • Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani (2015) as Gayatri's Father
  • Baa Bahoo Aur Baby (2006 - 2007) as Dr. Akhilesh Jha
  • Permanent Roommates (Season 2) (2016)
  • The Good Karma Hospital (2017) as Ram Nair
  • References

    Darshan Jariwala Wikipedia

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