Abhinay Berde Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography & More

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Religion: Hinduism
Hometown: Mumbai
Age: 25 Years

Abhinay Berde

Full nameAbhinay Laxmikant Berde [1]Abhinay Berde - Instagram
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 5”
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourDark Brown
DebutFilm (Marathi): Ti Saddhya Kay Karte (2017) as Anurag
A poster of the Marathi film Ti Saddhya Kay Karte (2017)
AwardsIn 2020, Abhinay Berde won the Best Debutant Actor Award at the Filmfare Marathi Awards.
Personal Life
Date of Birth3 November 1997 (Monday)
Age (as of 2022) 25 Years
BirthplaceMumbai, Maharashtra
Zodiac signScorpio
SchoolSinghad Spring Dale Public School, Pune
College/University• Mithibai College of Arts, Mumbai
• Amrutben Jivanlal College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai
Educational QualificationBachelor of Arts
ReligionHinduism [2]Facebook - Abhinay Berde
Food HabitNon-vegetarian [3]Facebook - Abhinay Berde
HobbiesDancing, Martial Arts
ControversyFraudster created Abhinay Berde's fake Instagram profile
In 2020, Abhinay's mother, Priya Berde, in a social media post, revealed a fraudster who was pretending to be Abhinay Berde on social media. Priya Berde explained that the fraudster duped a girl on Facebook; the fraudster demanded a bold photograph from the girl and said that she would be offered a role in one of Abhinay's films. Abhinay, during an interview, talked about the incident and requested his fans and netizens to report and block such imposters. Abhinay said,
My mother received a message claiming that a fake profile on Facebook by the name of Abhinay Berde, who is messaging some women on the pretext of offering roles for my next film or recommending them for my next film with a well-known director. And claiming that film contains some bold sequence and you need to send your bold pictures.I condemn such type of cheap behaviour and I request you to report and block such imposters. And anyone asking for bold pictures is just being a cheap and it strict action need to take against such people."
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsHemal Ingle (actress) (rumoured) [4]The Times of India
ParentsFather- Laxmikant Berde (actor) (On 16 December 2004, Laxmikant Berde, died due to a kidney ailment.)
Later Laxmikant Berde with his son, Abhinay Berde and wife, Priya Berde
Mother- Priya Arun (actress)
Abhinay Berde, his sister, and mother, Priya Bede (centre)
SiblingsAbhinay's younger sister, Swanandi Berde, is an actress.

Note:- Image in the parents section
Other RelativesMaternal Grandmother- Lata Arun (actress)
FilmEk Hota Vidushak (1992)

Abhinay Berde

Some Lesser Kown Facts About Abhinay Berde

  • Abhinay Berde is an Indian actor who primarily works in Marathi television and films. He is known for playing the role of Mithoon in the Marathi film Rampat (2019).
  • Son of the noted actor Laxmikant Berde, Abhinay was fascinated by acting since childhood and wanted to become an actor. Abinay, during his schooling, often participated in cultural functions and stage plays. In an interview, Abhinay talked about his fondness for acting and said,

    As a kid, I have always dreamt of becoming an actor even before I knew anything about my parents’ work in the industry. Films have had a huge influence on me not only during my childhood but even on my journey as an actor. For me, it was never about just being an actor, it is also about making good films and entertaining the audience. I always wanted to become an actor, cinema has been my passion, and if my parents were not in the acting field, I would still have chosen to be an actor.”

    A childhood photograph of Abhinay Berde

    A childhood photograph of Abhinay Berde

  • Abhinay, during an interview, talked about his father, Laxmikant Berde, and said that he never imitated his father in films. Abhinay said,

    I remember him telling mum‘If you want to be a superstar, you should make films that a family can watch together’. When it comes to work, I never imitate him. I want to do different films and experiment with genres.”

  • While Abhinay was pursuing his undergraduate degree at Mithibai College, Mumbai, he was a member of the Intercollege Drama Team and often participated as a theatre artist in various theatrical productions. In an interview, Abhinay recalled his college days and said that he once won the Best Actor Award at a competition held at Mumbai University, Mumbai. Abhinay recalled,

    I was doing theatre at that time. I was working in Intercollege Drama Team at Mithibai College, Mumbai. We performed in one of the reputed competitions held under the Mumbai University. Students from all over Maharashtra had come to compete. Also, renowned directors and producers have been attending these inter-college competitions and events in search of fresh talents. Our play won the gold medal, and I won the Best Actor award for the play that year.”

  • In 2017, at the age of twenty, Abhinay made his film debut with the Marathi film Ti Saddhya Kay Karte (2017) in which he played the role of young Anurag. Abhinay, during an interview, talked about how he bagged his debut film Ti Saddhya Kay Kart (2017). Abhinay said that the director of the film, Satish Rajwade, approached his mother after acknowledging his work in theatrical productions. Further, in the same interview, Abhinay said that owing to his graduation, he was sceptical about accepting the film offer; however, later, Satish Rajwade influenced him to manage his acting career with his studies.

    Abhinay Berde as Anurag and Aarya Ambekar as Tanvi in a still from the Marathi-language film Ti Saddhya Kay Karte (2017)

    Abhinay Berde as Anurag and Aarya Ambekar as Tanvi in a still from the Marathi-language film Ti Saddhya Kay Karte (2017)

  • In 2019, Abhinay was featured in the Marathi film Ashi Hi Aashiqui, directed by Sachin Pilgokar, who was also a good friend of Abhinay’s father, Laxmikant Berde.
  • In 2019, he appeared in the lead role of Mithoon in the Marathi film Rampaat.

    Abhinay Berde as Mithoon and Kashmira Pardeshi as Munni in a still from the Marathi-language film Rampaat

    Abhinay Berde as Mithoon and Kashmira Pardeshi as Munni in a still from the Marathi-language film Rampaat

  • Besides Acting, Abhinay Berde is interested in directing films. In 2020, he directed a Hindi-language short film Close To You. In an interview, Abhinay talked about how he decided to venture into the field of film direction. He said,

    I recently directed a short film, which was a small stepping-stone for me in the field of direction. I think acting and telling a story go hand in hand. These two complements each other. The actors convey the story to an audience that the writer wrote, and the director has directed.I believe as an actor you need to know how to tell a story. People should be convinced by the story you are telling or the role you are portraying.”

  • He is an ardent follower of Lord Ganesha.
  • A fitness enthusiast, Abhinay is fond of playing different sports. He is a trained boxer.
  • While Abhinay was studying in college, he was offered to play a role in the Marathi film Zaptela 2; the film was directed by one of his father’s friends; however, later, he was dropped from the film.
  • In an interview, Abhinay Berde talked about his playing different characters in films and said that he is fascinated by playing negative characters or characters with dark shades. During the same discussion, Abhinay said,

    I am drawn towards negative characters or characters with a grey shade. Maybe it’s because I am a Scorpion. But I think grey-shade characters attract me more because no one in the real world is black and white. Everyone has a hero as well as a villain in them.I would love to explore these characters on-screen. I like to do action sequences. In my upcoming film, I’ve done a small action scene and I loved shooting it. I loved the rush, the energy, and the style that is required for the main lead to perform an action sequence. I would love to do an extended action sequence; I would love to do a musical as well. Basically, I want to do films that I grew up admiring.” [5]Insights Success

  • In 2020, Abhinay Berde and his mother, Priya Berde, amid the nationwide lockdown distributed bags of food grains to the technical artists residing in various areas across Mumbai; Abhinay took this initiative under his production house and collaborated with NGOs of Vijay Patkar and Shirish Rane. In an interview, Abhinay talked about how he decided to take the initiative of supporting technical artists. He explained,

    Many actors have contributed to the CM and PM relief funds but we felt the need to personally reach out to the needy people within our industry and do whatever we can for them. It is sad that film artistes don’t have a job gaurantee. If they have to apply for a loan, they are unable to get it easily. This also adds to their stress. So, we are trying our best to reach as many people as possible. We also plan to Nalasopara, Virar and Vasai areas.”