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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Vaishali samant photos

Vaishali samant photos
Vaishali Samant is an Indian playback singer. Her debut song Aika Dajiba made sensation all over India. Her most well known song is Chalka Re from Saathiya by A. R. Rahman. She won MTV Asia music awards, Singapore in 2004.

Playback singing

Year Movie Song
1999 Taal "Kya Dekh Rahe Ho Tum"
"Taal Se Taal"
2000 Alaipayuthey "Yaro Yarodi"
2001 Lagaan "Radha Kaise Na Jale"
2002 Saathiya "Chalka Chalka Re"
2003 Kaise Kahoon Ke... Pyaar Hai
2004 Girlfriend (2004 film) "Suno To Jaana Jaana"
2005 Dil Jo Bhi Kahey... "C'est La Vie"
Home Delivery (film)
2008 Chamku
2010 Mirch "Zindagi Tu Hi Bata"
2013 DJ Aqeel "Kya Dekhte Ho Surat Tumhari"






Archana Joglekar photos

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Saturday, 13 April 2013

Dilip Prabhavalkar biography, filmography, awards, photos


Dilip Prabhavalkar is by far one of the finest thespians on Marathi stage today. His career, spanning a period of over thirty years, encompasses his accomplishments from the children's theatre and experimental stage to professional Marathi theatre, television serials and films. The following is a brief overview of his contribution and achievements in each of these fields. cademically, Dilip Prabhavalkar has a Master's degree in Biophysics and a diploma from the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai. Initially, he worked for a pharmaceutical company for many years and later, was a partner in a video production unit. During this period, he performed as an actor in several children's plays and experimental plays staged at Chhabildas. His first major performance in 'Lobh Nasava Hi Vinanti' a play written by Vijay Tendulkar and directed by Arvind Deshpande, was very impressive. In 1991, however, he decided to give up this dual existence of working and doing plays simultaneously and chose acting as a career In the Children's and Amateur theatre, Prabhavalkar was associated with Ratnakar Matkari's group and performed in all the plays staged by the troupe. His performances were always unique because of his systematic and studied approach to the role, the understanding of the character he had to play and his spontaneity. His brilliant performance as 'the witch' in 'Albatya Galbatya' is still remembered by those who saw it then. Prabhavalkar also acted in the experimental plays staged by Matkari's troupe and his performances of a simpleton in 'Prem Kahani' and Vidur in 'Aranyak' - a play based on the Mahabharat - were awarded prizes at the Maharashtra State Drama Festival. From the experimental stage, Prabhavalkar very easily moved to the professional stage in 1976, and since then has given several brilliant performances in a variety of plays of different categories - from slapstick to light comedy, family drama and melodrama, to serious discussion plays dealing with contemporary issues. The following few examples indicate the vastitude of his range and his capabilities: 1. Double role as Anna and the mother-in-law in Pradeep Dalvi's farce 'Vasuchi Sasu'. 2. The young as well as old Rajabhau in 'Chook Bhool Dyavi Ghyavi' - a light comedy written by Prabhavalkar himself, which traces in a humorous manner, the 50 year old relationship between a married couple. 3. The caring but extremely possessive father in Ratnakar Matkari's 'Jawai Maza Bhala' - a light family drama. 4. The lovably senile Nana of the old lonely couple in Jaywant Dalvi's 'Sandhyachhaya'. 5. The double role of the debonair, flirtatious Raje and a local rustic constable in Prof. Toradmal's 'Kalam 302'(adaptation of 'Sleuth'). 6. The alcoholic but intelligent and charming barrister in Matkari's 'Ghar Tighancha Hava' (a play on the life of Tarabai Modak). 7. The nondescript but determined, very idealistic common man in P. L. Deshpande's 'Ek Zunj Waryashi' (adaptation of 'The Last Appointment'). 8. The anguished father who sacrifices every comfort for his mentally handicapped son in Jaywant Dalvi's 'Natigoti'. And finally, 9. Six different characterisations in 'Hasvaphasvi' - a laugh riot penned and directed by Prabhavalkar himself. The characters are Chimanrao, Prince Wantung Pin Pin- an oriental monarch, Nana Punje- a street smart trader, Dipti Prabhavalkar Patel Lumumba - a feisty lady, Bobby Mod- a pseudo westernised young man with a punky style and Krishnarao Herambkar- an octogenarian singer actor. 'Hasvaphasvi' has been appreciated by all types of audiences and with 712 performances so far, it has become a milestone of Marathi theatre. TV Serials and films : Prabhavalkar entered TV serials as 'Chimanrao', in the serial of the same name, telecast on Doordarshan in 1977-79. The serial was based on the famous humorous literary work 'Chimanraocha Charhat' by C. V. Joshi. The character Chimanrao had been played earlier in films by the veteran Damuanna Malwankar. Prabhavalkar, using a high-pitched voice and innocent face, effectively brought out the innocence and the naivety of the character.The serial was very popular and Prabhavalkar reached all corners of Maharashtra as 'Chimanrao' and gained immense popularity.He has since then performed in several serials and films. In 1992, he received the Maharashtra State award for best actor for his portrayal of a mentally retarded boy in the film 'Chaukat Raja'. His performances in 'Katha Doan Ganpatraonchi' and 'Sarkarnama' have been widely acclaimed by critics as well by people at large. Prabhavalkar is a serious actor. He has an attitude of making an in-depth study of the character he wants to portray and then taking pains to build up each part of the character systematically. He possesses the quality of good observation. For performing the mentally retarded boy in 'Chaukat Raja' he visited an institute of such children and spent time with them, to observe them. This is why his performances appeal to connoisseurs as well as the common theatre-going man. In fact it will not be an exaggeration to say that he gets the largest audiences and from all strata of society- rural, urban, young, old, labourers, intellectuals. Prabhavalkar has been honoured with many Maharashtra State, Natyadarpan and Natya Parishad awards for his work in Theatre. Prabhavalkar himself is a good writer. His writing is remarkable for its wit and deft comic touches and tongue-in-cheek satirical attitude. This attitude is reflected in his newspaper column writing where he deals with the issues around, including political ones, in a humorous manner, yet exposing the hypocricy of politicians. Three of his nine books published so far- 'Googly', 'Hasgat' and 'Kagdi Baan'- have won literary awards. Prabhavalkar is a socially conscious personality and is always ready to give his share for a good cause. He has been working for the Poona Blind Men's Association and has helped them by lending his voice to prepare a number of audio cassettes for their 'Talking Book Libraries'. He has also been associated with Kamayani, the institution working for mentally retarded children. The ties that he developed with them at the time of 'Chaukat Raja' have become permanent and he is always ready to help them in any way he can. Needless to say, Prabhavalkar does all that without accepting any remuneration - 'an actor must give back to society at least a part of what he achieves with the help of the society' is his attitude. ---- From an article written by Dr. Hemu Adhikari

Films

Year Title Role Language Notes
2012 Shala Appa Marathi
2011 Deool Appa Kulkarni Marathi
2010 Jhing Chik Jhing Kavi Marathi
2009 Bokya Satbande Mr. Bhilwandi Marathi Based on book Bokya Satbande written by himself.
2009 Sankat City Ganpat Gajanan Jagirdar Hindi
2008 Sarkar Raj Rao Saab Hindi
2008 Valu Pandit Marathi
2007 Shankar Dada Zindabad Mahatma Gandhi Telugu
2006 Shiva Chief Minister

2006 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Mahatma Gandhi Hindi
2005 Paheli
Hindi
2004 Aga Bai Arrecha! Shriranga Deshmukh's father Marathi
2003 Chupke Se Megha's father/Income Tax officer Hindi
2002 Encounter: The Killing Ponappa

1999 Ratra Aarambha
Marathi
1997 Sarkarnama Cultural Minister Marathi
1992 Zapatlela Tatya Vinchu Marathi
1992 Ek Hota Vidushak Chief Minister Marathi
1991 Chaukat Raja Nandu Marathi Won Maharashtra State Award for Best Actor
1982 Ek Bhutacha Bhau
Marathi

Television

Title Role Language Channel Notes
Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre Aaba Marathi Zee Marathi
Zopi Gelela Jaga Zala Dinoo Marathi

Kaam Phatte Wadkar Marathi

Chiranjeev Ghadyalkaka Marathi

Salsood Bhargav Marathi Doordarshan
Chimanrao Chimanrao Marathi Doordarshan Telecasted in 1977-79 and based on book Chimanrao Charhat written by C. V. Joshi

Theater

  • Double role as Anna and the mother-in-law in Pradeep Dalvi's farce Vasuchi Sasu.
  • The young as well as old Rajabhau in Chook Bhool Dyavi Ghyavi, a light comedy written by Prabhavalkar.
  • The caring, possessive father in Ratnakar Matkari's drama Jawai Maza Bhala.
  • The senile Nana in Jaywant Dalvi's Sandhyachhaya.
  • The double role of the debonair, flirtatious Raje and a local constable in Prof. Toradmal's Kalam 302 (adaptation of Sleuth).
  • The alcoholic barrister in Ratnakar Matkari's Ghar Tighancha Hava (a play on the life of Tarabai Modak).
  • The nondescript but determined common man in P. L. Deshpande's Ek Zunj Waryashi (an adaptation of The Last Appointment).
  • The father of a disabled son in Jaywant Dalvi's Natigoti.
  • Six characterisations in Hasvaphasvi, a comedy written by Prabhavalkar.
  • A buck-toothed apparently harmless man who in reality is a twisted, evil man in Salsood.
  • A naive, innocent schoolteacher who is assisted by a ghost in Ek Dav Bhutacha.

















Friday, 5 April 2013

prashant damle marathi actor photos


Prashant Damle photos
Prashant Damle photos
Prashant Damle ( Born April 5, 1961 (age 51) Address : B-61/62, Resham Apartments, Near Seven Bunglow Depot, Andheri (W), Mumbai – 400 061) -
Prashant Damle is a Marathi actor who has acted in numerous Marathi dramas, movies and television serials for over 15 years. On January 6, 2013 at Ravindra Natya Mandir, Mumbai, his drama Gela Madhav Kunikade will set a world record, with its 10,700th performance over a period of more than 15 years. This play is still running to packed houses.
Experience : I am associated with Marathi Theatre since 1983 and till date I have performed in 26 different plays and variety of roles. In the journey of 29 years of performing arts, I have been honoured with many prestigious awards.Till date I have FOUR LIMCA RECORDS in my name. I have also performed in 37 Marathi Feature Films and 24 marathi serials. Currently, I am compering a cookery show called as “AMHI SARE KHAVVAYE” of Z Marathi for the consequitive 4th year. I am also working as BRAND AMBESSADOR of Disha Direct, Shamrao Vitthal Co-op. Bank Ltd. And of Retired Army Association.
What do I hate the most? : Insincerity in work, Insincere People and unsatisfactory performance
What do I love the most? : I like being up to the mark and like to exceed to higher excellence with every performance.
Inspire me : Raja Gosavi, Ashok Saraf, Laxmikant Berde, Sudhir Joshi
Slogan in life : Think positively and you shall be successful in life My Dream : -”My dream in life is to make people laugh all the time. I want to see the happiness on their faces. Through my Fan Foundation (Prashant Damle Fan Foundation) I am going to try and make this dream come true.
My Message to young & aspiring artists : ” It is extremely important to have patience in life. It builds confidence. Hard work and sincerity will eventually be fruitful to you. One needs to have perseverance in anything that one desires to do. There is no short cut to success and no hasty decisions should be taken. One should have full knowledge of all the fields in his/her work……………”
Filmography
Tu tith me (2000)
Akka (1995)
Yadnya (1994)
Chal Gammat Karu (1994)
Gharandaj (1993)
Premankur (1993)
Garam Masala (1993)
Sarech Sajjan (1993)
Sawaat Majhi Ladki (1993)
Char Divas Sasuche (1993)
Vajwa Re Vajwa (1992)
Sagle Sarkech (1992)
Ek Gaganbhedi Kinkkali (1992)
Aikava Te Nawalach (1992)
Aapli Manas (1992)
Khulyacha Bazar (1992)
Atta Hoti Geli Kuthe (1991)
Dhadakmar (1991)
Bandalbaaj (1991)
Dhumakul (1990)
Fatfajiti (1990)
Baap Re Baap (1990)
Atmavishwas (1989)
Pasant Aahe Mulgi (1989)
Ek Ratra Mantarleli (1989)
Eena Meena Deeka (1989)
Vidhilikhit (1989)
Aaie Pahije (1988)
Reshim Gaathi (1988)
Saglikade Bomba Bomb (1988)
Anandi Anand (1987)
olakh na palakh
“Pudhch Paul”
Television
Kay Paahilas Mazyat
Be Dune Paach
Uchapati
Ek Rupauachi Paij (DD Marathi)
Bhikaji Rao karodpati(DD marathi)
Hat Leka(Z Marathi)
Reality Shows
Amhi Saare Khavayye(Zee Marathi)
Saregamapa Season 11(Zee Marathi)
Rambandhu Sahyadri Antakshari
Tak Dhi Naa Dhin
Awards received
Stage
2008: Best Actor, Maharashtra State Award, Olakh Na Palakh
2003: Best Actor, Maharashtra State Award, Amhi Doghe Raja Rani
1999: Best Actor, Maharashtra State Award, Eka Lagnachi Gosht
1999: Best Actor, Akhil Bhartiya Natya Parishad, Eka Lagnachi Gosht
1996: Best Actor, Natyadarpan Award, Priyatama
1995: Best Actor, Maharashtra State Award, Lekure Udand Jhali
1995: Best Singer/Actor – 1995 – Akhil Bhartiya Natya Parishad, Lekure Udand Jhali
1993: Best Actor, Maharashtra State Award, Gela Madhav Kunikade
Film
1993: Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Maharashtra State Award, Sawat Majhi Ladki
Limca Records
Crossed the mark of 8000 shows from 23rd Feb 1983 till date
Performed 5 shows of 3 different plays in one day on 18th Jan 2001
Performed 469 shows in 365 Days from 1st Jan. 1996 to 31st Dec. 1996
Performed 452 shows in 365 Days from 1st Jan. 1995 to 31st Dec. 1995
Performed 4 shows of 3 different plays in one day on 24th Dec. 1995
Other
Winner of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2012
Total Number of shows till date
NAME OF THE PLAY NO OF SHOWS TILL DATE
Tur Tur 543
Maharashtrachi lokdhara 443
Moruchi mavshi 1330
Brahmachari 503
Lagnachi bedi 385
Priti Sangam 35
Pahuna 210
Chal…Kahitarich kai 180
Sundar me honar 195
Lekure udand jhaali 400
Priyatama 282
Be dune paach 236
Char diwas premache 1026
Shh..kuthe bolayache nahi 284
Wyakti ani walli (us and canada) 14
Moruchi mavshi (us and canada) 11
Eka lagnachi goshta 1506
Amhi dogha raja rani 192
Jadu Teri Nazar 375
Olakh Na Palakh 290
Bahurupi 202
Gela madhav kunikade (Still running) 1745
Shree Tashi Sau (Still Running) 91
Sasu Mazi Dhasu (Still Running) 181
Maziya Bhaujinna Rit Kalena (Still Running) 42
TOTAL 10701
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prashant damle show 10700 winning trophy
prashant damle show 10700 winning trophy