Mandar Agashe is an Indian finance manager, music chief, and previous performer. Most popular for having established Sarvatra Technologies in 2000, he was one of the directorsimplicated in Suvarna Sahakari Bank’s supposed trick case in 2008. He is additionally known for his 1998 hit singleNazar Nazar.BiographyEarly life and familyAgashe was brought into the world on May 24, 1969 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, into a distinguished and pioneering Chitpavan brahmin group of industrialist Dnyaneshwar Agashe of the Agashe gharana of Mangdari, and spouse Rekha Gogte, of the Gogte gharana of Belgaum.Through his dad, Agashe is a grandson of Chandrashekhar Agashe, a nephew of Panditrao Agashe, a more seasoned sibling of Ashutosh Agashe, of far off connection to Third Anglo-Maratha War general Bapu Gokhale, performer Ashutosh Phatak, history specialist Dinkar G. Kelkar, and researcher P. K. Kelkar. Through his mom, he is an extraordinary nephew of B. M. Gogte, a relative of the distinguished Latey (Bhagwat) family, and of connection to Kokuyo Camlin head Dilip Dandekar, and scholastic Jyoti Gogte.
Agashe graduated with a BE degree in programming from the Pune Institute of Computer Technology in 1990. He has been hitched to Aparna Pandharkar starting around 1996; she embraced the name Jiza Agashe upon marriage. They have two kids.
In 1994, Agashe transformed into a boss at his granddad’s Brihan Maharashtra Sugar Syndicate, and his father’s Suvarna Sahakari Bank. He laid out different associations – Brihans Pharmaceuticals, an ayurvedic drug association in 1998; musiccurry.com, an electronic radio association in 1999; Sarvatra Technologies, an association that made monetary programming for Suvarna Sahakari Bank, in 2000; financial development associations, EBZ Online and Codito Technologies, in 2000
In 2002, Agashe purchased stake in Deepak Ghaisas’ I-flex Solutions, after the association agreed to team up with Codito, with Ghaisas joining the top administrative staff.
Suvarna Sahakari Bank case
In November 2008, Agashe was one of the bosses entangled during Suvarna Sahakari Bank’s ₹4.3 billion attested stunt case. His family, close by other board people from the bank, were caught on the charges of assumed maltreatment of their opportunities to embrace advances to firms asserted without any other person and a short time later defaulting those credits, thusly tricking the bank’s donors. Agashe was in Germany at the hour of the catches, returning to India for his father’s commemoration administration in January 2009.
Agashe was in legal care in February till May 2009. After his dad’s passing, Agashe was moved toward by previous investors of the bank for reimbursement of defaulted advances. In March 2009, he was remanded to authoritative care after his underlying request for bail was dismissed. He was accused of having authorized produced advance proposition adding up to ₹1.13 billion. The bank was ultimately broken up and converged with the Indian Overseas Bank in April 2009. He was along these lines delivered on abandon March 11 that very year.
In April 2016, he music directed an western pop album of Suresh Bhat’s ghazals in Marathi with Asha Bhosle called 82. The album was titled after Bhosle’s age at the time of recording.
As a solo artist
- Achanak (1997)
- Nazar Nazar (1998)
- I Need Someone (2003)
- F. C. Road (2005)
- Jaan Le (2005)
As music director
- 82 (2016) by Asha Bhosle
- Thik Aahe, Chhan Aahe, Mast Aahe (2021) by Rahul Deshpande