Alka Kubal

Alka Kubal (born 23 September 1963)[1] is a Marathi film actress from Mumbai, India. She has worked in many Marathi movies and some Hindi Bollywood movies as well. Her film Maherchi Sadi made her a household name in Maharashtra. She has worked with noted actors such as Dada Kondke, Ashok Saraf, Lakshmikant Berde and Sachin. She has also appeared in Hindi films like Chakra (1981) with Naseeruddin Shah and a devotional film Shirdi Sai Baba.[2]

Alka Kubal
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Born (1963-09-23) 23 September 1963 (age 58)
Mumbai
OccupationActress
Years active1980–present
Spouse(s)Sameer Athalye

She has received several awards including the V. Shantaram Award in 2016, Rajya Sanskrutik Puraskar 2013 and many others.[3]

She is married to the cinematographer Sameer Athalye, along with acting she produced some Marathi films like Aamhi Ka Tisre (2012), Agnipariksha (2010) and Suwasinichi Hee Satwapariksha (2010). She has played the role of the mother in the biopic Dr. Tatyarao Lahane... Angaar Power is Within.[4]

FilmographyEdit

  • Chakra (aka The Vicious Circle) (1981)
  • Sobati (1981)
  • Lek Chalali Sasarla (1984)
  • Vahinichi Maya (1985)... Madhavi
  • Tujhya Vachun Karamena (1986)
  • Madhu Chandrachi Ratra (1989)
  • Balache Baap Brahmachari (1989)
  • Shubha Bol Narya (1990)
  • Lapwa Chhapwi (1990)
  • Yeda Ki Khula (1991)
  • Jasa Baap Tashya Poore (1991)... Pooja M. Thorat/Pooja T. Sahukar
  • Maherchi Sadi (1991)
  • Naya Zaher (1991)
  • Zakhmi Kunku (1995)
  • Saasuchi Maaya (1997)... Gayetri Naik
  • Nirmala Machindra Kamble (1999)... Nirmala D. Gaekwad/Nirmala M. Kamble
  • Shirdi Sai Baba (2001)
  • Owalini (2002)[5]
  • Aai Tuza Ashirwad (2004)
  • Oti Krishnamaichi (2004)
  • Naatigothi (2006) (as Alka Kubal-Athlaye)... Kusum V. Rao
  • De Taali (2008)
  • Astharoopa Jai Vaibhavlakshmi Maata (2008) (TV)... Sheela
  • Oti Hi Kha[6]
  • Agniparikshya (2010)
  • He Vaat Jivanachi (2012)
  • Amhi Ka Tisre (2012)
  • Sur Rahu De (2013)
  • Sutradhar (2013)
  • Shrimant Damodhar Pant (2013)
  • Majhi Shala (2013)
  • Sant Several (2013)
  • Marg Maza Aekala (2014)
  • Olkh My Identity (2015)
  • Te Don Divas (2015)
  • Anjaan Parindey (2015)
  • Well Done BhalyaBhalya (2016)
  • Chiranjeev (2016)
  • Ghar Hote Menachem (2018)
  • Dr. Tatyaa Lahane (2018)
  • Wedding Cha Shinema (2019)
  • Dhurala (2020)[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Documenting the dying tradition of travelling cinema in India". The Economic Times. 12 June 2016. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Alka Kubal Wiki, Family, Daughter, Husband, Age, Photos, Biography". 7 August 2015.
  3. ^ "53rd Maharashtra State Film Awards 2016: Ringan, Double Seat, Daagdi Chaawl Wins Best Film Awards - MarathiCineyug.com - Marathi Movie News - TV Serials - Theatre". marathicineyug.com.
  4. ^ a b "Alka Kubal Filmography, Alka Kubal List Of Movies On Gomolo.com". gomolo.com.
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 16 November 2012. Retrieved 3 March 2013.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ "Indian Film History - Latest Bollywood Movies Reviews - Cinema Gossips". www.indianfilmhistory.com.

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