Jitendra Joshi aka ‘Jitu Dada’ of the Marathi film industry celebrates his 41 years today just 4 days away from the release of his blockbuster Marathi comedy film ‘Choricha Mamla’. The industry celebrated the birthday of this vivacious, energetic and talented actor by pouring in love on social media.
Amruta Khanvilkar was lucky to get a trustworthy friend in Jitendra Joshi since her debut was the first to post a birthday wish. She writes, “@jitendrajoshi27 .... mitra ... prem Some people are magnets to love and care and he is one of them. Right from debuting in 2006 with this mad person to becoming friends forever and now working again in 2020.... I am still trying to figure you out jeeta .... aur puri zindagi nikal jaake is “figuring out “ toh koi ghamm nahi 🤪
you and me are similar in so many ways and I love that about us ....Khoop motha ho
Happy bday jeetadeeeeee”.
Jitendra Joshi’s archenemy from Sanjay Jadhav’s Duniyadaari, Swwapnil Joshi too wished Jitu on his Instagram story. He posted a handsome throwback pic which will remind you how handsome Jitendra is!
One of the youngest starlets, Siddharth Menon wished Jitendra on his Instagram story and tagged him in a candid picture. Siddhart ensured he embarrasses ‘Jitu’ in a sweet and adorable way!
Jitendra Joshi has been famous for his comedy, satire, and his character roles. His last hit role was ‘Katekar’ in the web series ‘Sacred Games 2’. Jitendra has excelled in comedy, romantic, action and drama hero roles. 'Welcome Home’, ‘Mauli’ and ‘Ventilator’ were some of the very recent hits given by ‘Jitu Dada’. After showing his toned abs in his last film ‘Baji’ and his upcoming Netflix film ‘Betaal’, now Jitendra will be seen as a robber in Priyadarshan Jadhav’s directorial, ‘Choricha Mamla’.
The film is produced by Swaroop Studios in association with Everest Entertainment will present the film and is slated to release on 31st January 2020.
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