Bharat Dabholkar is an Indian actor, director and writer. Born on 31st December 1969, he graduated as a law student, but soon forayed into the world of advertising and started his career as a copywriter. He is the brains behind some of the most famous advertisements, hoardings and marketing campaigns for Amul, Videocon, Frooti, Appy, Bailey, etc. His success in advertising has earned him the title of ‘Father of Hinglish’ of the advertising world because of his knack for combining languages while writing ad copies.
Being a curious and a multitalented person, Bharat then ventured out into the world of theatre and films.
Supporting characters’ pump life into a film and he has worked as a supporting artist in some of the biggest films of Bollywood such as, One 2 Ka 4 (2001, debut), Company (2002), Ta Ra Rum Pum (2007), Veer (2010), Xpose (2014), Gour Hari Dastaan (2015), Sarkar 3(2017), Sanju (2018), Dabangg 3 (2019).
He started writing English plays at the beginning of his career, which ignited his interest in theatre, which has resulted in him writing and directing 32 plays till date.
His collaboration with AGP World has been very special. Their play, ‘Bottom’s Up’ is the longest running English play in the history of Indian theatre. More recently, he has written and acted in AGP World’s ‘Blame It On Yashraj’ which is a complete laughter riot.