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Ritesh Deshmukh mini bio:
Ritesh Deshmukh is an Indian actor born on 08 September 1984 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. In his long illustrative career, he has worked in many commercially successful movies. His acting skills have always been the thing that kept his acting skills acclaimed. His most popular role was in the movie Mr. India, in which he played the role of Mr. India; for which he also received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. His filomgraphy includes many made for TV movies, Indian class movies, TV series, and video game voiceovers. Some of his best works in acting include movies like- Grand Masti, Masti, Housefull, Jeevan Ek Sangharsh, Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja, and kya super cool hai hum, among many other movies. In the Indian cinema, his work is considered as very influencing and crowd appealing. Most of his movies make big money on the box office. For his acting skills, he won several film-fare awards.
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