Ashok Lokhande Wiki, Age, Height, Children, Family, Biography & More

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 9″

Weight (approx.): 80 kg

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Brown

Body Measurements (approx.): 41-35-12

Ashok Lokhande standing


Parents & Siblings

There is not much information about his parents and siblings.

Wife & Children

He has a daughter named Mallika Lokhande. There is no information about his wife.

Ashok Lokhande (right) with his wife and daughter

Ashok Lokhande (right) with his wife and daughter


He follows Hinduism.



Ashok began his acting career in 1991 with his debut serial ‘Chanakya,’ in which he played the role of ‘Ashwadhyaksha Purushdutt.’ In 1997, Ashok played the role of ‘Desmond’ in the TV series ‘Just Mohabbat,’ which was broadcasted on Sony TV. He has acted in numerous other television shows, including ‘Saans’ (1999), ‘Your Honor’ (2000), ‘Son Pari’ (2000),

‘TV, Biwi Aur Main’ (2017), ‘Tu Suraj Main Saanjh, Piyaji’ (2017), ‘Main Maike Chali Jaungi, Tum Dekhte Rahiyo’ (2019), and ‘Kaatelal & Sons’ (2020). The audience loved his portrayal of ‘Arun Rathi’ in the television serial ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’ (2011-2016), which was aired on StarPlus.

Poster of the serial 'Diya Aur Baati Hum' (2011), starring Ashok Lokhande

Poster of the serial ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’ (2011), starring Ashok Lokhande


Lokhande started his acting career in the film industry in 1996 with a cameo role in the film ‘Khamoshi: The Musical’. He played the role of ‘Chandrapur Hawaldar’ in the 1999 film ‘Sarfarosh’. He has also appeared in several other movies including ‘Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’ (2000), ‘Teesri Azaadi’ (2006), ‘Black Friday’ (2004), ‘Brothers’ (2015), and ‘Raman Raghav 2.0’ (2016).

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Poster of the film 'Raman Raaghav 2.0' (2016), starring Ashok Lokhande

Poster of the film ‘Raman Raaghav 2.0’ (2016), starring Ashok Lokhande


  • In 2013, he won the Favourite Sasur Award at the Star Parivaar Awards for the TV serial ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’ (2011)


  • Book: Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love & Wisdom by Rick Hanson


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