Amey Wagh | Srivideo
Biography | Posted: Tuesday, 19th December
Born/Date of Birth: 13 November 1987
Place of Birth: Pune, Maharashtra, India
Height: 1.65 m
Education: Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce
Notable work; Dil Dosti Duniyadari, Dil Dosti Dobara, Faster Fene, Amar Photo Studio
Height: 5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Spouse(s): Sajiri Deshpande (m. 2017)
Amey Wagh (born 13 November 1987) is an Indian Marathi actor known for films such as Popat, Faster Fene, Muramba, Girlfriend. He was recently seen portraying Kushal in season 2 of Sacred Games and Rasool Sheikh in Asur- Welcome to Your Dark Side.
Wagh studied in Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune. He began actively participating in play competitions since he began college. He lived in a joint family in Pune, consisting of around 65 members. His family was in the transport business.
Wagh is part of the theatre group, Natak Company. He auditioned for the role of Chatur in 3 Idiots (2009) but was rejected. He made his Bollywood debut in 2012 through the movie, Aiyyaa, where he played Nana. He made his marathi film debut through Sangeeta Pusalkar's directorial, Aaicha Gondhal (2008), starring Kuldip Pawar, as his father and Nirmiti Sawant, as his mother. In 2014, he was in an English play titled The Government Inspector. In the same year he was also seen in Shutter (2014). He was also in the play Bombed in 2015. The Marathi play, Amar Photo Studio, had Wagh in a lead role. He also starred in two popular Marathi TV serials Dil Dosti Duniyadari and its sequel Dil Dosti Dobara.
He hosted the show Super Dancer Maharashtra in 2018.He has also acted in the movie Mee Vasantrao, which was releasing on 1st May 2020 but is postponed due to the lockdown in India.
He was awarded Vinod Doshi fellowship in performing arts in 2015. He won the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (male) in the Filmfare Awards Marathi 2018, for Muramba.
He was born in Pune, Maharashtra. He was in a relationship with Sajiri Deshpande for 13 years before eventually marrying her on 2 July 2017 at Shrutimangal, Pune.
He, along with Sunil Barve, donated the money from two shows of Amar Photo Studio to Chief Minister's Relief Fund in 2018.