Priya Marathe

Priya Marathe is an Indian actress. She is best known for her roles as Varsha in the television series Pavitra Rishta and as Bhavani Rathod on Saath Nibhaana Saathiya.

Priya Marathe
Born (1987-04-23) 23 April 1987
Other namesVarsha
Stand-up comedian
Years active2006-Present
Known forHer Portrayal in Kasamh Se, Pavitra Rishta and Bade Achhe Lagte Hain
Home townMumbai, India
Spouse(s)Shantanu Moghe (2012-)

Priya Marathe made her television debut with Ya Sukhano Ya and eventually went on to appear in several other Marathi series including Char Divas Sasuche. Her first Hindi series appearance was in Kasamh Se where she played Vidya Bali, and eventually appeared in a season of Comedy Circus. She played Varsha in the TV series Pavitra Rishta. She also appeared briefly in Bade Achhe Lagte Hain as Jyoti Malhotra. She also worked in a Marathi serial Tu tithe Mi in a negative role of Priya Mohite.

Priya Marathe married her longtime friend, actor Shantanu Moghe, son of actor Shrikant Moghe, on April 24, 2012.[1] In February 2017, she joined the cast of Star Plus's popular show Saath Nibhaana Saathiya. She played the role of Bhavani in the show, an evil natured woman who has killed her husband.


YearTitleRoleOther notes
2005- 2008Ya Sukhano YaPaavani Adhikari
2007-2009Kasamh SeVidya Bali
2001 - 2013Char Divas SasucheSona Ashok Deshmukh"New parallel female lead"
2009 - 2013Pavitra RishtaVarsha Satish Deshpande / Jhumri
2010 - 2011UttaranRuby
2012Bade Achhe Lagte HainJyoti MalhotraDead; Died in a car accident
2012 - 2014Tu Tithe MiPriya Mohite
2014Comedy CircusPriya Marathe
2014 - 2015Bharat Ka Veer Putra - Maharana PratapRani SaubhagaywatiCameo
2014 - 2015Jayostute Pragati Rajwade
2015 - 2016 Bhaage Re Mann Sneha Awasthi
2017Saath Nibhaana Saathiya Bhavani Keshavlal RathodSupporting Character
2017Ayushman Bhava (TV series) Sudha MehraSupporting Cast
2018Swarajya rakshak Sambhaji (TV series) GodavariSupporting Cast


  1. : Smitha (26 April 2012). "Priya Marathe aka Varsha of Pavitra Rishta ties the knot - Oneindia Entertainment". Retrieved 3 January 2013.

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