Bhushan Kadu

Bhushan Kadu
Bhushan Kadu

Bhushan Kadu Bio :

Born : NA (1995)
Birthplace : Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
Height : 5.6 Inches

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Bhushan Kadu is a known face in Marathi entertainment. He is a theatre actor and is very much famous in comedy as he is basically a comedian. He hails from Konkan region of Ratnagri from western MS. He is called as the born artist as he always had to dream to be an actor and comedian. His presence of mind and sense of humor has alwys been always there. He acted since he was in his school and college. He has been a good entertainer and often liked to crack jokes and try pranks. During his college, he had joined a theatre group known as Sahitya Sangam Mandir, and acted in a number of plays since then it was no looking back for the comedian.

He has worked in a number of Marathi theatre plays, a number of comedy shows and Marathi films. About his education, he did his schooling from the Aryan High School, Mumbai and then was seen joining the Bhavan’s College, Mumbai for his junior college education. He then pursued his degree in Civil Engineering from the college called Bombay Technical School Of Engineering. He happened to be an active participant in a variety of extra- curricular activities of his school and college, especially for his plays and dramas. He had even developed an interest in the domains like acting and then has even decided to become an actor.

Bhushan Kadu was seen joining a theatre group, as he was always seen more interested in the world of acting rather than considering  a 9 to 5 job. He has even acted in a number  of theatre plays along with being appreciated a lot by his audience. The comedian also was seen appearing as like a stand-up comedian, which happens to be the Marathi comedy reality show known as ‘Comedy Express‘ (2008) and a number of seasons of the same show, which seemed to be aired on ETV Marathi. He is also known to have worked in a few Marathi films ‘Ek Daav Bhatacha‘ released in the year 2008, ‘Navra Maza Bhavra‘ in 2013, ‘Target‘ in 2010 and then ‘Dagadabaichi Chaal’ in 2015.


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