Famous Crescent Personalities

Mr. Amey Wagh

Marathi Actor and Netflix Actor

AMEY WAGH
Movie: Sacred Games,Popat, Ghanta, Yashvanti, Agni Divya, Joshi ki Kamble, Shutter, Billu, Faster fene, Muramba, Aiyya, Lessons in Forgetting, Aaicha Gondhal

Amey Wagh is a well-known name in Marathi TV world. He was born on 13th November 1987 in Pune wherein he was brought up. He did his schooling from Crescent High School and later went to BMCC College to finish his graduation. During his student life, he was very much keen to work hence was seen attached to theatres and also appeared as a child artist in a Marathi movie. After his studies, he focused on his acting career and with a bit of struggle he got a break in small screen for Marathi TV serials. Some of his plays in Pune include Purshottam Karandak, Dalan, Gele Ekvees Varsha, Sangit Maan Apman, Katyar Kaljat Ghusli and Nat Samrat and worked for theatre groups like Asakta and Samanya.
Amey Wagh also worked in an English theatre called Bombay and The Government Inspector. His hard work and excellent performance in theatres have led him to win the Vinod Doshi Fellowship, which is awarded to aspiring and young actors who have contributed in theatres. He did Dil Dosti Duniyadari, which made him popular in the media. This followed him a show called Mrs Anna Purna wherein he played the part of a host in the TV show. Soon he got the chance to work in films starting with Billu, and then he got Shutter. Some of the Marathi movies include Popat, Ghanta, Yashvanti, Agni Divya and Joshi ki Kamble. He is also working with a serial called Casting Couch( web shows)

Shri. Atul M. Gotsurve

India's Ambassador to North Korea, Pyongyang

Shri. Atul M. Gotsurve is also an alumnus of Crescent School.

Hailing from Solapur in Maharashtra, the Western State of India, Ambassador Atul M.Gotsurve joined the prestigious Indian Foreign Service (IFS) in 2004. After completing his Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Engineering from Pune, he had initially worked as a Lecturer in Civil Engineering in Pune and later as Assistant Director in Central Water Commission, New Delhi, where he was responsible for the design of various dam projects, including in Bhutan. In his career as a diplomat, he has served in the Indian Embassy in Mexico and Cuba, handling several portfolios including Political, Commercial, Trade and Investment Promotion, Culture and Consular affairs. In the Ministry, he has worked in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) Division from 2010-2014 in various capacities. From 2014 to 2017 he worked as the Regional Passport Officer of Pune in the State of Maharashtra. During this assignment, he was conferred the Special Recognition Award by the Ministry for setting high standards in passport delivery for citizens in his jurisdiction. In 2017, he was also conferred the Bharat Nirman Award by a leading non-governmental organisation in recognition of his citizen-friendly work and achievements. Before assuming the present charge, he was the Director in Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi and was responsible for promoting cultural exchanges between India and other countries and people. Ambassador Atul M.Gotsurve has represented India at several International Conferences. Having travelled to more than 35 countries in his official and personal capacity, he likes to explore and experience new customs and culture. He writes regularly on various subjects of his interest, including export Promotion, Career guidance, motivation, and Passport and visa awareness for students. He is fluent in Marathi, English, Hindi, and Spanish and has basic knowledge of French. In his leisure time, Ambassador Atul M.Gotsurve also likes to play Cricket, Badminton, Tennis and Golf .

Sahil Horane

Standup Comedian

Sahil Horane
Standup Comedian : State Board ke Ladke

Sahil Horane a famous standup comedian from Pune is also a Crescentian and an alumnus of the school.


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