Top 10 Marathi Films Based On True Events

Top 10 Marathi Films Based On True Events Marathi Article

Marathi films are made in Maharashtra, India. It is one of India's oldest film industries; "Shree Pundalik," its first picture, was released in 1912. Marathi cinema has a rich history of award-winning films. Marathi films have received several awards at international film festivals in recent years. Real-life movies, often biographical or biopic, are based on real-life events and experiences of an individual or group. They may discuss social issues, relationships, cultural and historical events, and other topics. In recent years, numerous Marathi real-life-based films have been produced. Below are some Marathi movies based on real-life events or personalities that are famous and have  a distinctive storyline with  great performances:

1. Ani... Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar Kashinath Ghanekar was born in 1940. He began his >> Read More... Kashinath Ghanekar

In 2018, the movie was released in both India and the US. This film is a biographical drama about the life of legendary Marathi theater and cinema actor Kashinath Ghanekar. From 1960 through 1980, Ghanekar was the best-paid performer on the Marathi stage. He was the first celebrity with a lot of glamour. He acted in Hindi movies like Abhilasha with Nanda and Dadi Maa, where he played the son of Ashok Kumar Ashok Kumar hails from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. >> Read More... Ashok Kumar and Bina Rai Bina Rai was a leading Hindi cinema actress of the >> Read More... Bina Rai . He also performed on stage and in films in the Marathi language. Under the direction of Shree Ganesh Marketing & Films, Sunil Phadtare Sunil Phadtare is an Idian born filmmaker. He is a >> Read More... Sunil Phadtare , and Viacom18 Motion Pictures co-produced this movie.


2. Thackeray

Abhijit Panse Abhijit Panse is an Indian director and producer, >> Read More... Abhijit Panse wrote and directed the 2019 Marathi-Hindi biographical film. The story revolves around Balasaheb Thackeray, the founder of the Indian political party Shiv Sena, a right-wing pro-Marathi and Hindu nationalist organization based in Maharashtra. The movie stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui Nawazuddin Siddiqui was born in Budhana in Muzaffa >> Read More... Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Thackeray and Amrita Rao Amrita Rao was born on June 7, 1981 in Mumbai, Mah >> Read More... Amrita Rao as his wife. The film premiered on January 25, 2019 He started working as a cartoonist for the English-language daily The Free Press Journal in Bombay (now Mumbai) and then decided to start his own political monthly, Marmik, in 1960. He had significant political power in the state, particularly in Mumbai. To his fans, Thackeray was known as the Hindu Hriday Samrat.

3. Farzand

Farzand is a 2018 Marathi-language historical drama War film directed by Digpal Lanjekar Digpal Lanjekar is an Indian Director and Actor. H >> Read More... Digpal Lanjekar and produced by Anirban Sarkar under Swami Samarth Creations LLP. The film was released on June 1, 2018.The plot of Farzand revolves around the adventures of the warrior Kondaji Farzand, who, in 1673, led a group of sixty warriors to victory over two thousand five hundred of the enemy in the fort of Panhala. This movie was a commercial success and earned favorable reviews.


4. Lok Manya

Om Raut Om Raut is an Indian director, producer and writer >> Read More... Om Raut directed Lokmanya Story soon >> Read More... Lokmanya , a 2015 Indian biopic produced by Neena Raut Productions, which shows social reformer and Indian independence warrior Bal Gangadhar Tilak. On July 23, 1856, Marathi Hindu Chitpavan Brahmin Keshav Gangadhar Tilak was born. He was an Indian patriot, teacher, and freedom campaigner. He was one of three members of the Lal Bal Pal trio. Tilak started the Indian freedom movement and was called "the father of the Indian uprising," according to British colonial officials. He was also given the title of "Lokmanya," which signifies "recognized by the people as their leader" Gandhi named him "The Creator of Modern India."


5. Dr. Prakash Baba Amte - The True Hero

This movie stars Nana Patekar Nana Patekar is a popular Indian actor who was bor >> Read More... Nana Patekar , Sonali Kulkarni Sonali Kulkarni was born in the Marathi-speaking K >> Read More... Sonali Kulkarni , and Mohan Agashe Mohan Agashe is a theater based actor who predomin >> Read More... Mohan Agashe . It is a biopic on Dr. Prakash Baba Amte, the son of social workers Baba Amte and Mandakini Amte Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Mandakini Amte . This film follows Dr. Prakash Baba Amte, a social activist. He became an inspiration to others by teaching the self-actualization mindset. Prakash Baba Amte is a Maharashtra-based social worker. Amte and his wife, Mandakini Amte, received the Magsaysay Award for 'Community Leadership.' Bill Gates gave him the ICMR Lifetime Achievement Award in November 2019. Amte has written two autobiographies, Prakashvata (Pathways to Light) and Raanmitra (Jungle Friends).


6. Hambirrao

Hambirrao Mohite was the chief military Commander of the Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's army. An able military general, he executed several campaigns for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and later served under Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj. Shivaji Maharaj made Hambirrao his Sarsenapati (Commander). Pravin Tarde Pravin Vitthal Tarde is a maverick of the Marathi >> Read More... Pravin Tarde co-wrote and directed the historical war movie Sarsenapati Hambirrao. It was made by Urvita Productions and produced by Sandeep Mohite Patil, Saujanya Nikam Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Saujanya Nikam , and Darmendra Bora. The film is based on the life of the military Commander of the Maratha Empire, Hambirrao Mohite. The film was released worldwide on May 27, 2022.


7. Fatteshikast

Fatteshikast (translated as a win by bold attempts) is a historical drama film released in 2019 in the Indian language of Marathi. It was directed by Digpal Lanjekar and produced under the name of Almonds Creations in cooperation with A A Productions. The historic meeting at Lal Mahal in Pune between Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Shaista Khan Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Shaista Khan , who was both a subahdar and a commander in the Mughal army, is portrayed in this movie.


8. Me Vasantrao

It is a biographical film released in 2022 in India in the Marathi language. This movie is based on the life of the Indian classical musician Vasantrao Deshpande Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Vasantrao Deshpande . Nipun Dharmadhikari Began to learn classical music at an early age of >> Read More... Nipun Dharmadhikari , the film's director, co-wrote the script with Upendra Sidhaye Upendra Sidhaye is a well-known screenplay and sto >> Read More... Upendra Sidhaye . Deshpande was a musician who played classical and semi-classical music, and his work can be heard in many films, such as Kaliya Mardan, Dudh Bhaat, and Ashtavinayak. He produced numerous commercial albums under his name and invented the Yaman-inspired raga Raj Kalyan sans the pancham.


9. Harishchandrachi Factory

Harishchandrachi Factory was released in 2009. This movie is written and directed by Paresh Mokashi Paresh Mokashi is an Indian director who worked fo >> Read More... Paresh Mokashi , a biographical film about Dadasaheb Phalke, who created the first Indian feature film Raja Harishchandra (1913), and it stars Nandu Madhav Nandu Madhav is a famed Marathi theater, televisio >> Read More... Nandu Madhav as Dadasaheb Phalke. Vibhavari Deshpande Vibhavari Deshpande is a popular face of Marathi F >> Read More... Vibhavari Deshpande plays Dadasaheb Phalke's wife, Saraswati. The Harishchandrachi Factory focuses on the difficulties Phalke experienced throughout production. Dadasaheb Phalke was an Indian producer, director, and screenwriter. He was born on April 30, 1870, and died on February 16, 1944. Dadasaheb Phalke is known as "the Father of Indian cinema." His first movie, Raja Harishchandra, was the first Indian movie in 1913. It is now known as India's first full-length feature film. The Dadasaheb Phalke Award, named after him, is given by the Government of India for lifelong contributions to film actors.

10. Lata Bhagwan Kare

This movie is an Indian Marathi biopic that was released in 2020. Naveen Deshaboina directs it. This realistic movie is based on the story of Lata Bhagwan Kare, who ran a marathon at age 65 to raise money for her husband's medical care. Lata Kare Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Lata Kare herself took on the role of the primary character, Lata, in the production. The story of a sixty-year-old lady who is going through a difficult time financially and competes in and wins a marathon to raise money for the treatment of her husband, who is afflicted with a terrible illness, is the inspiration for this movie. In the 67th National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... National Film Awards , it won the National Film Award - Special Mention.