Cast Details of Sony Tv show Peshwa Bajirao

Star Cast: Isha Kopikkar, Anuja Sathe as Bajirao’s mother, Syed Aman Mia Sharma, Raza Murad as Aurangabad, Manish Wadhwa as father of Bajirao, Ravinder Mankani as Brahmendra Swami, Sanjay Batra, child actor Rudra Soni as young Bajirao , Nawab Shah, Pallavi Joshi as Tarabai, Ayaan Zubair Rahmani as Bajirao’s younger brother Chimna, Child actress Jagrati Sethia as young Mastani, Vishal Jethwa as Nasir

The child selected to play Bajirao’s title role is child actor Rudra Soni. Child actress Jagrati Sethia will play the Mastaani in the show.

Rudra is currently seen as Manav in Sab TV’s show Balveer and has done many commercials as well.

The role of grown up Mastani though will be played by Bollywood actress Isha Koppikar. Bollywood actress Isha Koppikar is well known for her movies like Kya Kool Hain Hum, Girlfriend, Don, Shabri, 36 China Town, Darling and many more. Isha will have a vital role in the show.

As per sources, “Isha is very excited to be part of the project. She will play a queen and a beautiful warrior, and will have a very meaty role to portray.”

Bajirao’s parents role will be played by Manish Wadwa and Anuja Sathe. Anuja, who was last seen as the lead in Star Plus show Tamanna, will play reprise Tanvi Azmi’s role of Radha Bai in the show. Manish, who has done many serials like Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon, Chandragupta Maurya will be playing Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath, father of Bajirao.

Child actor Ayaan Zubair Rahmani is a talented kid and has been impressing the viewers by his amazing acting skills. The little one has done many shows like ‘Jodha Akbar’, ‘Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai’ and ‘Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat’. Ayaan has been roped in for Sony’s new show ‘Peshwa Bajirao’ and will be playing Bajirao’s younger brother Chimna.

It was reported by a website that Mukesh Khanna has been signed on to play the part of the noble saint, Brahmendra Swami. However, the latest development is that the makers have roped in actor Ravindra Mankani instead, to essay the pivotal role.

TV actor Vishal Jethwa, who catapulted to fame as the young Akbar in Bharat Ka Veer Putra Maharana Pratap, will play rival to Bajirao (Rudra Soni) in Peshwa Bajirao, Vishal is playing Qamruddin’s (Nawab Shah) son Nasir. There will be a clash between him and the young Bajirao.

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  1. Khan January 31, at 10:40

    I recently watched Baji Rao tv serial, and thought that this is being bullshit with our Indian history. Baji Rao was nothing in front of Aurangzeb but what's going on in tv serial u better know, stop that kind of bullshit u all are disgusting, if you have heart, then always be with truth and show the truth.

    • Andy April 14, at 05:31

      You're living in India, but licking the boots of a barbaric foreign invader who laid waste to beautiful temples of this country and butchered so many children and raped countless women. What a shame! Its not a surprise, going by your name. Read some history, you loser. Honourable Bajirao's war strategies are a subject of research in the top universities of the world. The Marathe empire, under him extended even beyond your favourite country Pakistan.

  2. Nadeem August 05, at 22:28

    Above three comments are from the people full of racism and are the most illiterate people. Yes, the film producers twist the history and do not represent the facts but that is the film business. Like Jodha Akbar the TV series and Maharana Pratap was all fiction but we should nt use foul language. Watch the show and read the actual history books to compare. Mamta produced Jodha Akbar and it is no where near the fact but I still watched and wondered how far she was from the facts. So. now Andy, Axa you two seem to be educated people so should behave like educated people. Remember thethe victorious write the history of the country they win over. Look at the Damn Britishers, they wrote our Indian History and added things that never existed and looted and raped Indian women. Every time a country is won, the victors do all kind of nonsense. Even Ashok, the Great warrior king said after Magadh battle, when more than 200.000 people died. If this is the price of the victory, I do not want this kind of victory and took ban baas and starved himself to death. I am not giving history lessons but explaining that victors do idiotic things. No one has any right to say to get out of the country. This is our country and we all have the rights to live here. opinions may differ and you may not agree but have no right to bad mouth about the people just you do not have rights to say nasty things. Dheraj, Dheeraj and dheeraj my dears.Nadeem Butt Houston, Texas, USA August 05,, 017


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