Bharat Ganeshpure is an Indian comedian and actor. He mainly appears in Marathi films and TV serials.While he was studying in college, he started working as a theatre actor. Bharat Ganeshpure during his college days.Bharat then worked at Life Insurance Corporation and Preity Paisley Designer Studio.In 1998, he shifted to Mumbai from his village in Amravati, Maharashtra, to pursue his career in acting. During an interview, while sharing his acting journey, he said, While working in theatre, I used to ask for roles. It took a lot of hard work to get the first break. But then when I got the job, people thought I was a good actor. Gradually it became easier to get the job done and one by one, I even got a glimpse of the television series. Then people started liking my work. And I started getting calls from the director. In the end, whether the work is small or big. It is important that you do this honestly. Honest efforts are sure to succeed.”.He gained immense popularity with various Marathi TV serials such as ‘Abhalmaya’ (1999), ‘Fu Bai Fu’ (2014), and ‘Chala Hawa Yeu Dya’ (2014). Bharat Ganeshpure in ‘Fu Bai Fu’ (2014).He has also acted in many Hindi TV serials like ‘Baa Bahoo Aur Baby’ (2005), ‘Mrs. Tendulkar’ (2012), and ‘Crime Patrol’ (2012).Bharat has appeared in various Marathi films including ‘Saatchya Aat Gharat’ (2004), ‘Ek Daav Dhobi Pachhad’ (2009), ‘Jalsa’ (2016), ‘Odh- Maitritil Avyakt Bhavna’ (2018), and ‘Basta’ (2020). Odh- Maitritil Avyakt Bhavna (2018) film poster.He has also played supporting roles in a few Hindi films like ‘Black Friday’ (2004), ‘Bhoot Returns’ (2012), ‘Meridian Lines’ (2013), ‘Hello Charlie’ (2021), and ‘Jhund’ (2022). Hello Charlie film poster.In 2022, he participated as one of the contestants in the TV comedy show ‘India’s Laughter Champion’ in a jodi with the Indian comedian Sagar Karande. Bharat Ganeshpure and Sagar Karande in India’s Laughter Champion.Bharat is known for using Vidarbha Marathi accent in his dialogue delivery. During an interview, he talked about it. He said, The audience wants something new every time. Their expectations from the artists are constantly changing. So even when I came to Mumbai to prove my uniqueness, I kept the dialect and its accent. The beginning was a bit difficult; But then the audience started to like the accent of my language and got a great response. If I had put aside this difference and mastered the language of Mumbai, I would probably have stayed out of the mainstream.”.