Top 10 Timeless Classic Marathi Movies

Top 10 Timeless Classic Marathi Movies Marathi Article

The Marathi film industry is expanding quickly. The Marathi Manoos Dadasaheb Phalke set the stage for the development of the film industry. Before the turn of the millennium in India, Marathi cinema did not receive the recognition it deserved despite being qualitatively rich. Here are a few famous Marathi films which you should not miss watching because of their rich substance.

1. Shyamchi Aai 1953

Without enlisting the name of this film, the list of Marathi classics will be incomplete. This film, which the renowned Acharya Atre directed and adapted from a Sane Guruji novel, is about the warmth and unwavering love between a mother and son. Today, the movie may seem unrealistic, but it is still worth witnessing a mother's struggle to raise her child. The tale is a classic due to how straightforward it is.


2. Ek Hota Vidushak 1992

Before it was even released, this film—directed by Jabbar Patel Dr. Jabbar Patel (born June 23, 1942, in Pandharpu >> Read More... Jabbar Patel and featuring the legendary Dilip Prabhavalkar Well known Marathi theater actor Dilip Prabhawalka >> Read More... Dilip Prabhavalkar and Laxmikant Berde Known for his specialty of slapstick humor and com >> Read More... Laxmikant Berde amongst other veterans—was already a classic. The movie explores the often-overlooked world of tamasha dancers in rural Maharashtra and the poignant story of relationships being trampled by the glitz and glamour of the entertainment industry.

3. Pinjra Pinjra is a Pakistani Serial that broadcasted on A >> Read More... Pinjra 1972

Shriram Lagoo Dr. Shriram Lagoo is an Indian actor who is known >> Read More... Shriram Lagoo , Sandhya, and Nilu Phule Nilu Phule is a renowned Marathi actor who predomi >> Read More... Nilu Phule had significant roles in this tragic drama directed by the well-known filmmaker V. Shantaram. The story of the film, which stars Sandhya as a morally upright instructor who tries to change a Tamasha artist but ends up falling in love with her, is compelling. This movie was a box office success at the time and the first colored Marathi film. "Pinjra" raised Marathi filmmaking to a new level and is hence regarded as a classic.


4. Shwaas 2004

India's official entry for the 2004 Oscars was Sandeep Sawant's "Shwaas." A grandfather fights to show his grandson every wonderful thing in the world before he loses his vision in this endearing story. The emotional roller coaster pulls at your heartstrings with an incredibly moving plot. Watching this film is strongly recommended.


5. Natsamrat 2016

Nana Patekar Nana Patekar is a popular Indian actor who was bor >> Read More... Nana Patekar , Medha Manjrekar Medha Manjrekar was born on April 28, 1967, in Mum >> Read More... Medha Manjrekar , and Vikram Gokhale Vikram Gokhale is one of the very promising actors >> Read More... Vikram Gokhale all had important roles in Mahesh Manjrekar's "Natsamrat." The movie is an adaptation of the renowned play by Kusumagraj. This movie tells us the tale of a retired stage actor who gives his children a share of his property and shows how ungrateful they become. This is one of the biggest movies ever produced in Marathi.


6. Dhum Dhadaka 1988

This comedy of blunders, terrors, and duping is an all-time classic. This movie, directed by Mahesh Kothare Mahesh Kothare is a yesteryear Marathi and Hindi a >> Read More... Mahesh Kothare and featured him and the legendary team of Laxmikant Berde and Ashok Saraf Ashok Saraf was born on 4 June 1947. This popular >> Read More... Ashok Saraf , was a financial success—as it should have been. One can’t forget the humorous scene where Lakshya tells his terrified father about filming his horror movie? Or perhaps the last vehicle chase? One can still watch this movie in reruns and laugh at every joke with intensity!


7. Kala Nakalat 1989

Kalat Nakalat Kalat Nakalat is a Marathi family-drama serial tha >> Read More... Kalat Nakalat , based on the then-widely taboo topic of extramarital affairs, is one story of a happy family breaking up, as a result of the husband's affair with a widow. Of course, they make up at the end of the movie in a typical cinematic way, but it already made several significant points about how relationships fail and the idea of the family as a whole.


8. Bangarwadi 1995

Bangarwadi, based on a 1955 novel by well-known Marathi author Vyankatesh Madgulkar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Vyankatesh Madgulkar , is comparable to what I believe to be the newer wave of Marathi film in that it subtly and memorably addressed the social and political themes of the day. The National Award-winning movie tells the story of a rural Maharashtrian teacher who struggles to educate her students. Terrible events take the form of a drought, and the last moments, in which the pupils depart one by one, are both poignant and tragic due to the stark reality they portray.


9. Dombivli Fast 2005

In this masterpiece directed by Nishikant Kamat Nishikant Kamat is a famous director of Indian fil >> Read More... Nishikant Kamat , Sandeep Kulkarni Sandeep Kulkarni is probably one of the most talen >> Read More... Sandeep Kulkarni , a typical Mumbaikar, embarks on a rampage against the corrupt system to right all the wrongs in this masterwork, which was directed by Nishikant Kamat. He fights until he is completely destroyed at the tragic end of the story. The film teaches the importance of self-awareness. Because it had a realistic feel, the film was a big success.

10. Jait Re Jait 1977

The Thakar clan from Maharashtra, central to the plot, seeks revenge on a beehive after injuring the victim's eye. Nagya, the main character, loses his wife, played by the lovely Smita Patil This versatile actress was born on the 17th of Oct >> Read More... Smita Patil while seeking retribution. Jait re Jait, which translates to "win-win," is a multi-layered movie that is also a musical treat directed by Jabbar Patel.