Siddharth Randeria

Siddharth Randeria is an Indian actor of Gujarati theatre and films.[1]

Siddharth Randeria
Born (1955-12-17) 17 December 1955
OccupationTheatre and film actor


Siddharth Randeria was born on 17 December 1955 in Mumbai, India to Gujarati writer and stage actor Madhukar Randeria. His son Ishaan Randeria is also associated with stage and cinema.[1]

Randeria is known for his Gujarati comedy plays for which he has won multiple awards as a writer, director and actor. He is involved in theatre since 1970 and performed as lead actor in many plays. His Gujjubhai series started with Gujjubhai E Gaam Gajaavyu in 2002. Lage Raho Gujjubhai (2007) completed 750 shows in three years across the world. Other Gujjubhai plays; Gujjubhai E Gaam Gajavyu, Lo Gujjubhai Ghode Chadya, Gujjubhai ni Golmaal (2012) completed 350 shows across the world. His Gujjubhai Banya Dabangg has completed 325 shows in 14 months.[2]

He debuted in Gujarati cinema in 2015 with his successful film Gujjubhai The Great.[3] He also appeared its sequel, GujjuBhai - Most Wanted (2018). He played a cameo in Wrong Side Raju (2016). He played the lead role in Natsamrat (2018) which was a remake of 2016 Marathi film of the same name.[4] His Chaal Jeevi Laiye! (2019) became the highest grossing Gujarati film of all time.[5][6][7]

Plays and films


  • Gujjubhai series:
    • Gujjubhai E Gaam Gajavyu (2003)
    • Lage Raho Gujjubhai (2007)[2]
    • Lo Gujjubhai Ghode Chadya (2010)
    • Gujjubhai ni Golmaal (2012)
    • Gujjubhai Banya Dabangg (2015)
    • Rang Rangila Gujjubhai (2017)
  • Aa Sansar Che Rang Rangilo
  • Ajab Karamat
  • Amari Duniya Tamari Duniya,
  • Amme Lai Gaya Tamme Rahi Gaya
  • Bas Kar Bakula[1]
  • Best of Luck
  • Bhai
  • Carry On Lalu
  • Ek Soneri Sawar
  • Gurubrahma[1]
  • Jaadu Teri Nazar
  • Janma Daata
  • Khandan
  • Mantra Mugdh
  • Mission East Pakistan
  • Parnela Chaiye Kone Kahiye
  • Pati Naame Patangiyu
  • Prem No Public Issue
  • Ramat Shooniya Chaukadini
  • Rang Che Rajja
  • Saatmi Dikri nu Saatmu Santan
  • Sacha Bola Joothalal
  • Shrimaan Virudh Shrimati
  • Tu j Mari Mausam
  • Vaat Bahaar Jay Nahi


He has also appeared in some Bollywood films including Khalnayak, Kya Kehna and Shortkut as well as in a number of TV serials such as Waqt Ki Raftar and Kudkudiya House No. 43.[1]


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