Atul Kulkarni is an Indian Actor born in Belgaum, Karnataka, India on 10th Sept 1965. He has worked in more than 60 films in 7 languages. An alumni of National School of Drama (N.S.D.), New Delhi , Atul has won many awards including 2 national awards. He enjoys the public and critical acclaim for his work not only nationally but also internationally. He is one of the very few actors who are also known for their articles, interviews and comments on social and political views. Details of his active social work in the fields of education (QUEST) and environment can be found on this site along with of course his Acting carrier...
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Interviews

 

'Acting is my vehicle of communication'

Three prose selections interwoven with poetry, were all stories set against the backdrop of a riot hit life. Three plays with actors with proven track records. Atul Kulkarni was one of them. And as we saw him perform live, once again it was brought home just how talented the man is and just how low profile.


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Articles

 

'Living in the 'NOW' is all that matters !'

I am not religious. In Fact, I am an atheist and do not believe in God. It was a natural choice for me since my father's also an atheist. However, there was a phase in between, when I aws God-fearing. But, after embarking on a journey in a quest to find several answers, I realised that the concepts of God just doestn't appeal to me.

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Awards

1. The Maharashtra State Government holds a state level drama competition every year for about last forty years. It is a phenomenon in itself. Atul participated in this competition from 1989 to 1992 and won 5 Best Actor Awards and 1 Best Director Award in these competitions. The play 'Gandhi Viruddha Gandhi' gave Atul 8 Best Actor Awards for the year 1996. It is a record in Marathi Professional Theatre.
2. Atul received his first National Award For Best Actor In A Supporting Role in the year 1999 for the film Hey Ram. K. R. Narayanan, the then Honorable President of India felicitating Atul Kulkarni

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