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Sharman Joshi, 44, Has the Top Roles in 3 Idiots

As Sharman Joshi, an actor, celebrates his 44th birthday today, April 28, 2023, he has aged a year. We were pleased by the multifaceted actor's work in movies like Rang De Basanti, Golmaal, and 3 Idiots, among others. Sharman Joshi, who is well-known for his comedic timing in films, has also performed in a number of plays and featured on television. Sharman, who comes from a middle-class background, started his career in theaters owing to his theater-experienced father. Let's look at some of the actor's biggest roles to date as he celebrates his special day.

Birthday of Sharman Joshi: Best Performances

Style (2001)
Sharman Joshi made his comic debut in 2001, a few years after making his acting debut in 1999. Sahil Khan played Shantu, while Sharman played Bantu. Sharman's comedic timing won over the crowd. The movie is still regarded as a cult favorite and is reported to have gained immediate popularity following its premiere.
Xcuse Me (2003)
In the follow-up to his 2001 comedy Style, Sharman Joshi as Bantu once again with Sahil Khan as Chantu. Despite the film's poor performance, the actor's comedic talents managed to make an impact.
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited (2006)
Sharman Joshi's portrayal of the innocent but cunning Laxman has long been regarded as one of his finest performances and top films. In the movie Golmaal, Sharman appeared with Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Sharman Joshi, and Tusshar Kapoor as one of the four pals.
Rang De Basanti (2006)
Sharman had yet another standout performance of his career the same year with Rang De Basanti. Sharman Joshi, who portrayed the vivacious and jovial Sukhi, made an impression on the audience.
3 Idiots (2009)
One of the most adored and watched movies among fans is the epic three of Aamir Khan, Sharman Joshi, and R Madhavan in the Rajkumar Hirani directed picture. Sharman plays Raju Rastogi, which is obviously a wonderful part. Do you recall the famous scene when the buddies had supper at Raju's home?

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