Satyajit Padhye is an Indian ventriloquist, puppeteer and puppet maker, and third generation ventriloquist. Padhye is known for his youth-targeted humour. At 13, he was assistant to his father for the play Good Night Baby Dino (1993), directed by advertising man Bharat Dabholkar. He also was a lead puppeteer in another play called "Hats Off"(1997) which gave him lot of scope with different puppetry techniques. Padhye has represented India at the Japan Ventriloquist Festival, held in Tokyo. As a puppet maker he both designs and makes his own puppets for scripts as well as helping his father in their Puppet Studio. His first major public performance using ventriloquism was as a finalist on India's Got Talent, a reality talent show on the television channel Colors.