Here's How The Marathi Film Industry Celebrated The Birthday Of Superstar Swwapnil Joshi
Check out how our Marathi film industry made superstar Swwapnil Joshi's day special for him.
Yesterday on actor Swwapnil Joshi's birthday, his social media was buzzing with wishes and blessings. Many of our Marathi celebrities, media, Swwapnil's fans, fan pages, and his friends wished him with a post, story, or tweet on their social media handles.
Actor Ankush Chaudhari posted a picture with Swwapnil on his Insta handle. Wishing Swwapnil, Ankush said"वाढदिवसाच्या शुभेच्छा श्रेयस", remembering Swwapnil's character from their hit film Duniyadari.
Actress Sai Tamhankar also posted a picture with Swwapnil. Sai wrote some amazing words in the captioned of this photograph. She wished her MA (Swwapnil) a happy birthday. She also expressed the bond of friendship between them through this caption.
Actor Riteish Deshmukh tweeted on Swwapnil's birthday. Riteish wished him with loads of happiness and love.
Thank u Bhau! Big hug! @Riteishd https://t.co/80FZnJzHW2— Swwapnil Joshi | स्वप्नील जोशी (@swwapniljoshi) October 19, 2020
Talking about our other celebrities, they wished Swwapnil by adding a story on their Insta handle. Celebrities like Mukta Barve, Sonalee Kulkarni, Amruta Khanvilkar, Prarthana Behere, Pushkar Jog, Piyush Ranade, Sandeep Pathak, Samidha Guru, Suyash Tilak, and others showered their love and blessings over Swwapnil with their lovely stories.
Swwapnil reposted all the stories, thanking everyone on his Insta handle. These wishes must've surely made Swwapnil's day more amazing. He also posted an IGTV video which showed the beautiful cake he received from Shemaroo Marathi.
The superstar who won everyone's heart with his amazing acting starting from childhood surely deserves all this love. Swwapnil has worked in many Marathi, Hindi TV series, movies, shows, starting with his first film Ghulam-E-Mustafa and first TV show Uttar Ramayan as a child actor. His films like Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai, Duniyadari, Mitwaa, Pyaar Vali Love Story, etc. are some of his best works.