Vitthal Patil (born on 14th Jan 1975) is well known in the Indian entertainment industry as a choreographer, actor and director. He also grabbed limelight as the judge of reality dance show, Halla Bol, on ETV Marathi channel (2011). With taste of success in entrepreneurial venture SENSES creations, an event company which is headquartered at Bangalore Vitthal is now enjoying the stronger creative stroke with acting. He has choreographed Bollywood films, apart from musicals, stage shows and music videos.

Vitthal Patil was born in a middle class farmer’s family in Malikwad at Belgaum district in state of Karnataka. He is the youngest of seven siblings, five brothers and two sisters. A chance visit to a film set encouraged him to take dance seriously. Over the next 6 to 7 years Patil worked his way up the ladder in showbiz, starting off as a background dancer for some of Bollywood’s ace dance masters including Farah Khan, Raju Khan, Saroj Khan, Vaibhavi Merchant, Ahmed Khan and many others. Vitthal patil has been in this industry for more than 12 years. During this tenure he has choreographed international stage shows, Bollywood shows, Hindi, Marathi & south Indian films corporate launches, feature films, ads and music videos .

Accolades

Vitthal Patil and Ganesh Phuke and Mahesh Yewale and Yogesh Nikam and Makarand Mane
Best Youth Film, 2016

The Quest (Ringan)

Best Youth Film, 2016

The Quest (Ringan)

Farmer Arjun’s love and concern for his irrepressible son, Abhimanyu, motivates him to earn the money needed to buy back his ancestral land, lost to…

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Films

The Quest
2015

The Quest (Ringan)

India
2015

The Quest (Ringan)

Farmer Arjun’s love and concern for his irrepressible son, Abhimanyu, motivates him to earn the money needed to buy back his ancestral land, lost to…

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