Ashok Phal Desai is an Indian television Actor. He was born on 25 June 1990, in Goa, India. He is best known for playing the lead role of Shiva Lashkar in the Marathi TV serial Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa, opposite Vidula Chougule. He has been active in the television industry since 2019. In 2014, he performed in MIME Theatre and was in PANTOMIME MOVEMENT. He also worked in the Marathi production Aadikatha. Since February 2021, he has been playing the role of Mandar Deshmukh (Pallavi’s former husband), in Star Plus’s TV serial Mehndi Hai Rachne Waali, starring alongside Shivangi Khedkar and Sai Ketan Rao.
Shiva Lashkare in Marathi TV show “Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa”
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Watching Cricket and Bike Riding
Ashok Phal DesaiCareer –
He made his television debut with the Marathi serial Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa, in which he played the lead role of Shiva Lashkare opposite Vidula Chougule, which aired on Colors TV. This show gave him instant fame in the television industry.
Ashok Phal Desai was born and brought up in Goa, India. He has a strong belief in Hinduism. There is no information available about her parents. He has three siblings in his family; two brothers Kuntilesh and Krishnakant Phal Desai and a younger sister named Pooja Phal Desai. He is originally from Goa, but now he is settled in Mumbai.
Kuntilesh and Krishnakant Phal Desai
Pooja Phal Desai (younger)
Ashok Phal DesaiMarital status/ Relationship and More –
Marital status of Ashok Phal Desai is Unmarried. Ashok Phal Desai is currently single. He is not dating anyone and focusing on his career.
Ashok Phal DesaiHeight/ Weight & Physical State –
The height of Ashok Phal Desai is approximately 5 feet 7 inches and the body weight is around 70 kg. His full body measurements are Chest – 40 Inches, Waist – 32 Inches, and Biceps – 14 Inches. He has black colour hair and sparkling star-like black colour eyes.
He did his schooling at S.S Angle Higher Secondary School, Mashem-Loliem Canacona, Goa. After that, he did his graduation from Shri Mallikarjun College of Arts and Commerce, Goa. He later finished his Master’s of Arts in Theatre from Lalit Kala Kendra in Pune. He was also part of forty-two student performers from Savitribai Phule Pune University, who worked in the Marathi production Aadikatha.