|Occupation Actor, businessman|
Spouse Urvashi Sharma (m. 2012)
Years active 1998–present
Parents Jagdish Mohanlal Joshi
|Name Sachiin Joshi|
Children Samaira Joshi
Role Film actor
|Born 7 August 1984 (age 32) (1984-08-07) Pune, Maharashtra, India|
Marriage location JW Marriott Mumbai, Mumbai
Movies Jackpot, Nee Jathaga Nenundali, Aazaan, Mumbai Mirror, Mogali Puvvu
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Sachiin Joshi (born 7 August 1984) is an Indian film actor, producer known for his works in Telugu cinema and Bollywood. His hometown is Jodhpur, Rajasthan. He made his Hindi film debut with Aazan in 2011.
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- Life and career
- Charity and other work
Life and career
Sachin Joshi was born in Pune to Jagdish Joshi, the owner and creator of the JMJ group of Industries. He participated in the business world but later began working as an actor. Joshi made his debut in the 2002 Telugu film Mounamelanoyi and went on to star in two more Telugu films, Ninu Chudaka Nenundalenu (2002) and Orey Pandu (2005). He did not star in films again until 2011, when he performed as the titular lead character in the Hindi film Aazaan, which he also co-produced. This marked his debut in Hindi film. Joshi returned to Tollywood with the remake of Aashiqui 2 and reprised the role played by Aditya Roy Kapur in the Hindi version. He co-starred with Nazia Hussain, who made her debut with Aashiqui 2. Joshi was also a lead in the 2013 film Jackpot, in which he starred opposite Sunny Leone and Naseeruddin Shah.
In February 2012 Joshi married model and actress Urvashi Sharma. Sharma later changed her name to Raina Joshi. On 21 January 2014 the couple had a baby girl, Samaira.
Charity and other work
Joshi is an active fan of sports and cinema. He has a diversified portfolio of brands that includes spas, drinks, and hotels. He is also active in charity and supports the Big Brother foundation, an initiative which aims at helping people in rural areas and bridging the gap between rural and urban. Joshi has worked with PETA to promote the vegetarian lifestyle.