Top 10 Marathi Films That Won National Awards

Top 10 Marathi Films That Won National Awards Marathi Article

Marathi movies have come a long way in the past few years, with many getting good reviews and doing well at the box office. Marathi films have something to offer everyone, from thought-provoking dramas to heart-warming comedies. These films cover a wide range of genres and themes, from musical dramas to social issues, and showcase the depth and diversity of Marathi cinema. In recent years, Marathi movies have gotten much attention for their excellent stories and great acting. Many Marathi films have been honoured with prestigious National Awards in India, a testament to their artistic excellence. Here are some of the Marathi films that have won National Awards in recent years:

1. Shyamchi Aai

It was released in 1953 and is a film in the Marathi language, directed by P.K. Atre. It was written in Marathi by Sane Guruji, and the source material was his book Shyamchi Aai. At its initial release, the movie received widespread praise. It stars Damuanna Joshi, Vanamala, and Madhav Vaze Madhav Vaze is a veteran Indian film actor, theate >> Read More... Madhav Vaze . In 1954, the National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... National Film Awards recognized Shyamchi Aai as the film deserving of the Golden Lotus Award for Best Picture.


2. Shwas (The Breath)

In 2004, this Marathi film was released. It was India's official entry to the 2004 Academy Awards, finishing sixth in the Best Foreign Language Film category. The plot is based on a true-life occurrence in Pune. Shwaas, which had a modest budget of Indian rupee 65 lakhs (6 million), received the National Award for best cinema in 2004, over 50 years since a Marathi film (Shyamchi Aai) had last won this award. Sandeep Sawant Sandeep Sawant is an Indian writer, director and p >> Read More... Sandeep Sawant directed the film, which was shot in 33 days in Sindhudurg, Konkan, Pune, and at KEM Hospital in Pune. Shwaas was hailed as a "major turn for Marathi film," which had been in a slump. Following its popularity, it was re-released in Hindi, Bengali, and Tamil.

3. Deool (The Temple)

A 2011 Indian Marathi dark comedy produced by Abhijeet Gholap Abhijeet Gholap is a Marathi producer who produced >> Read More... Abhijeet Gholap and directed by Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni is a director predominantly >> Read More... Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni . The prominent actors in the movie are Sonali Kulkarni Sonali Kulkarni was born in the Marathi-speaking K >> Read More... Sonali Kulkarni , Nana Patekar Nana Patekar is a popular Indian actor who was bor >> Read More... Nana Patekar , Sharvani Pillai Sharvani Pillai is a Marathi actress born in Mumba >> Read More... Sharvani Pillai , Dilip Prabhawalkar, and Girish Kulkarni Girish Pandurang Kulkarni is very widely recognize >> Read More... Girish Kulkarni . With a political context, the film explores how globalization has affected India's tiny towns and the appalling condition of the Indian countryside. With Girish Kulkarni as his co-star, Deool took home the 59th National Film Awards for Best Feature Film, Best Actor, and Best Dialogue (Girish Kulkarni). In addition, the movie serves as Naseeruddin Shah's Marathi film debut a veteran of the Hindi cinema business.


4. Court 

Chaitanya Tamhane's judicial drama film from 2014. The film recounts the prosecution of aging protest musician Narayan Kamble ( Vira Sathidar Vira Sathidar, the lead actor in the Oscar-nominat >> Read More... Vira Sathidar ) in the Bombay Sessions Court for instigating a manhole worker to commit suicide. Starring are Geetanjali Kulkarni Geetanjali Kulkarni, popularly known as Nutan from >> Read More... Geetanjali Kulkarni , Pradeep Joshi Pradeep Joshi is an Indian actor, who has acted in >> Read More... Pradeep Joshi , and Shirish Pawar. Tamhane won the Horizons category and the Luigi De Laurentiis medal at the 2014 Venice International Film Festival. The film was honoured at 18 different film festivals. It premiered in India in the International Competition of the 2014 Mumbai Film Festival and was released theatrically on April 17, 2015. After earning critical acclaim, the film received the 62nd National Film Award for Best Feature Film.


5. Kaasav (Turtle)

A 2016 Indian Marathi film was released on October 6, 2017. and Sunil Sukthankar Sunil Sukthankar was born on May 31, 1966, in Kara >> Read More... Sunil Sukthankar directed it, and Mohan Agashe Mohan Agashe is a theater based actor who predomin >> Read More... Mohan Agashe produced it under their "Vichitra Nirmiti" production business. It won Best Marathi Feature Film at India's 68th National Film Awards. Goshta Eka Paithanichi (Story of a Paithani) is a Marathi film directed by Shantanu Ganesh Rode Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Shantanu Ganesh Rode and produced by Akshay Bardapurkar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Akshay Bardapurkar , , and Piiyush Singh through Planet Marathi Production, Golden Ratio Films, and Lakeside Productions in 2022. Sayali Sanjeev Sayali Sanjeev was born on 31st January 1993 in Dh >> Read More... Sayali Sanjeev , , Milind Gunaji Actor Milind Gunaji has appeared in such films lik >> Read More... Milind Gunaji , and Mrinal Kulkarni Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Mrinal Kulkarni feature in the film.


6. Killa (The Fort)

Avinash Arun directed this 2014 Indian Marathi drama film. The story centers around an 11-year-old seventh-grade child struggling to cope with his father's death and his path into adulthood. The film was chosen for the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, where it earned the Crystal Bear in the Generation KPlus Selection from the Children's Jury. The film won Best Feature Film in Marathi at the 62nd National Film Awards in March 2015. Parth Bhalerao Parth Bhalerao is a child artist from Pune, Mahara >> Read More... Parth Bhalerao won a Special Mention for his work in this film and Bhoothnath Returns Click to look into! >> Read More... Bhoothnath Returns . On June 26, 2015, the film was released.


7. Fandry

Nagraj Manjule Nagraj Manjule is an Indian film director, writer, >> Read More... Nagraj Manjule made his directorial debut in 2013 with this Marathi-language film, in which Somnath Avghade and Rajeshwari Kharat Rajeshwari Kharat is a well-known Marathi actress, >> Read More... Rajeshwari Kharat star. The plot is around a young boy's love in the face of caste-based prejudice. The film, set in Akolner, a town near Ahmednagar, centers around the problem of caste inequality and tells the narrative of a Dalit youngster who lives on the outskirts of the community and falls in love with an upper-caste girl. The film received the Grand Jury Award at the Mumbai International Film Festival. The film was released in theatres on February 14, 2014, Valentine's Day. This film earned positive reviews from critics. It won the Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Feature of a Director at the 61st National Film Awards. It has also received several international honors.


8. Goshta Eka Paithanichi (Tale of a Paithani) 

Shantanu Ganesh Rode was the director of this Marathi-language motion picture, which came out in 2022. Akshay Barddapurkar, Abhayanand Singh, and Piiyush Singh made it. They put it out as Planet Marathi Production, Golden Ratio Films, and Lakeside Productions. The film stars Sayali Sanjeev, Suvrat Joshi, Milind Gunaji, and Mrinal Kulkarni. During India's 68th National Film Awards, the film was honored as India's Best Feature Film in Marathi, one of the National Film Award categories.


9. Bhonga

It's a Marathi-language drama film from India. Amol Laxman Kagne, Shivaji Lotan Patil, and Arun Hiraman Mahajan produced the film. Shivaji Lotan Patil directed the film, which he co-wrote with Nishant Natharam Dhapse. Ramani Das choreographed all of the songs. The principal actors are Amol Kagane and Dipti Dhotre. Kapil Kamble and Shripad Joshi also appear in the film. The film won five honors, including Best Picture, at the Maharashtra State Government's 56th Film Awards. During the 66th National Film Awards, the film was named "Best Marathi Film" in the feature film category.

10. Sairat

Directed by Nagraj Manjule, this movie won the National Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi in 2016. The film was a commercial success and received critical acclaim for its portrayal of social issues. One of the most celebrated Marathi films in recent years is Sairat, directed by Nagraj Manjule. The film, tells the story of a young couple from different castes who fall in love and the challenges they face as a result. Sairat was praised for its solid performances and its portrayal of social issues in a sensitive and nuanced manner.