Vrushali Gokhale is an Indian actor, who mainly works in Marathi TV serials and films. She is known for being the wife of the veteran Indian actor Vikram Gokhale.
Vrushali Gokhale was born in Maharashtra.
Height (approx.): 5′ 4″
Hair Colour: Brown
Eye Colour: Brown
Parents & Siblings
There is not much information available about her parents and siblings.
Husband & Children
On 12 May 1975, Vrushali got married to the Indian actor Vikram Gokhale. The couple has two daughters named Nisha Kekar Adav and Neha Gokhale Sundriyal, and both are married.
Her father-in-law, Chandrakant Gokhale, was a renowned Marathi actor and singer. Her grandmother-in-law, Kamlabai Gokhale, was the first female child actor in Indian cinema. Her great-grandmother-in-law, Durgabai Kamat, was the first female actor in Indian cinema.
Vrushali has appeared in a few Marathi films and TV serials. In 1983, she appeared in the Marathi TV series ‘Shwetambara,’ aired on DD Sahyadri. She has also appeared in Marathi films like ‘Aaj Jhale Mukt Mi’ (1986) and ‘Aaghaat’ (2010).
- She loves to travel to different places along with her husband.
- She follows a non-vegetarian diet.
- In November 2022, her husband Vikram Gokhale’s health deteriorated after which he was immediately rushed to a hospital in Mumbai. Some media sources then started claiming that Vikram had passed away. Later, while talking to the reporters, Vrushali clarified that the news of her husband’s demise was only a rumour. She said,
He was doing ok a few days ago, won’t say that he was fine as he has multiple health issues. He has been at the hospital for the last few days and was recovering too, but from yesterday he’s critical. We are waiting for the doctors to tell us the way forward, hopefully tomorrow they’ll tell us more, tell us what needs to be done. But he is critical, and that’s all I can say. He slipped into coma yesterday afternoon and post that, he has not responded to touch. He is on ventilator. Doctors will decide tomorrow morning what to do, depending on whether he’s improving, sinking or still not responding.”