| September 12, 1987 (age 29) (1987-09-12) |
Birla College of Arts, Commerce & Science
Prajakta Mali, Suruchi Adarkar, Shashank Ketkar, Tejashree Pradhan, Neha Mahajan
Lalit Prabhakar (Marathi: ललित प्रभाकर ) is an Indian television and theatre actor predominantly working in the Marathi industry. He is best known for his role as Aditya Desai on the popular daily soap Julun Yeti Reshimgathi.
Lalit is basically a theatre artist. Before moving to television, he was part of Avinash Narkar’s play ‘Takshakyag’. He has also directed and acted in a play which is Marathi translation of Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities with same name. His latest directed experimental play is "Marathi: अस्वस्थ समुद्रावर बैल मेलाय " Lalit's debut show was Jeevalga on Star Pravah.He also played a role of Mohit in Kunku. He played role of antagonist, Lakhnya, in Gandh Phulanch Gela Sangun which gave him some recognition but he got fame and became household name after playing Aditya Desai of Julun Yeti Reshimgathi. His chemistry with lead actress Prajakta Mali struck the chord and Lalit Prabhakar won Best actor award at Zee Marathi Awards in 2014. He had received Young Artists Scholarship by Ministry of Culture, Central Govt. of India for 2010–2012 which is given to only 30 artists all over India. Recently,he played a role of director-cum-Minal's love interest in Dil Dosti Duniyadari as Kabir. He has hosted 'Talkies Light House' along with Neha Mahajan on Zee Talkies He has recited Marathi stories which are available on "Gostories App". He has also dubbed for one of the protagonists in 2015 Marathi movie "Rajwade and Sons."
Lalit was born on 12 September 1987 in Kalyan Mumbai. He completed his B.Sc in Computer Science from Birla College, Kalyan. Both his parents are in teaching field. He joined theatre group "Mitee-Chaar Kalyan" in his teenage and did many experimental plays with this group. He does not believe in love and marriage. He is an atheist. His hobbies are reading, writing poems, listening music, sketching.Television Serials
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