Shrirang Godbole

Shrirang Godbole (born 15 June 1960) is a Marathi theater, television and film writer, director, actor, and lyricist.[1]

Shrirang Godbole
Born15 June 1960
NationalityIndia
CitizenshipIndian
EducationElectrical Engineer
OccupationTheater, Film, TV Writer, Director, Producer, Actor, Lyricist and Event Designer
Years active38
OrganizationIndian Magic Eye Pvt.Ltd.
Notable work
Playwright, Director, Important component of Grips Theater Movement for Children in India, works with the National School of Drama's Theater in Education- Agartala Camp, Film writer and Director, Leading Producer of Marathi Television and Cinema, Lyricist for many film songs and TV title songs
AwardsNational Awards for film Tuhya Dharma Koncha,

Maharashtra State Award for Best Writer, Director,

Zee Talkies Comedy Award for Best Play, Zee Marathi Awards for Best lyricist, Ma Ta Sanman for Best Programming & TV Serials, Ma Ta Sanman Best Lyricist, MICTA Jury Award for Best Play and many more

CareerEdit

In 1979, he started his career as a stage actor when he joined Theater Academy, Pune. He acted in Jabbar Patel's Ghashiram Kotwal, Padgham and Satish Alekar's Mahanirvan, Pralay, Bhint, Atireki. In 1986, he started writing his own plays. He started writing for Grips Theater Movement in India since then. Godbole has directed many TV serials and films. Many events including Award Ceremonies, Sawai Gandharva Sangeet Mahotsav, The PIFF Bazar are coordinated by him.[2]

PlaywrightEdit

  • Make Up (1986)
  • Chhan Chhote Waitta Mothe (1986)[1]
  • Nako Re Baba (1989)
  • Hach Khel Udya Punha (1990)
  • Diwas Tuzey Hey (1993)
  • Pahile Paan (1995)
  • Pan Amhala Khelaychay (1997)
  • Sangeet Namunyadakhal (1999)
  • Du & Me (2013)[2]
  • Der Gast is Gott (2014) [3]
  • "Y" (2017)
  • Jamba Bamba Boo (2018)
  • Idiots (2019)

TV SerialsEdit

  • Prarabdha (ETV Marathi 2001)
  • Pimpalpaan (Alpha Marathi 2003)
  • Ghadlay Bighadlay (Alpha Marathi 2003)
  • Nakshatranche Dene (Alpha Marathi 2003)
  • Agnihotra (Star Pravah 2008)
  • Guntata Hriday He (Zee Marathi 2009)
  • Amar Prem (Zee Marathi 2009)
  • Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta (Zee Marathi 2011)
  • Shejari Shejari Pakke Shejari (Zee Marathi 2013)
  • Dhabal (Star Pravah 2013)
  • Eka Lagnachi Teesri Goshta ( Zee Marathi 2014)
  • Gund Purush Dev (ETV 2013)
  • Hamma Live (Colors Marathi 2014)
  • Ithech Taka Tambu (Zee Yuva 2016)
  • Chupke Chupke[3] (&TV 2017)
  • Tee Phularani (Sony Marathi 2018)
  • Sindhu (Fakta Marathi 2019)
  • Agnihotra (Part 2) (Star Pravah 2019)
  • 800 Khidkya 900 Dare (Sony Marathi 2020)

LyricsEdit

TV Serial Title Songs-

  • SaReGaMaPa Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Ekapeksha Ek Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Hasyasamrat Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Ghadlay Bighadlay Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Tuzyat Jeev Rangala Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Nakatuchya Lagnala Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Lakha Lakha Chanderi - Zee Talkies Title song (Marathi)
  • Beej Jase Ankurate - Zee Gaurav Title song (Marathi)
  • Agnihotra Title song (Star Pravah)
  • Gunda Purush Dev (ETV Marathi)
  • Kon Honar Karodpati (Sony Marathi Promo Song)
  • Guntata Hriday He Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Lagnachi Wife Wedding Chi Bayko (Zee Marathi)
  • Home Minister (New)(Zee Marathi)
  • Tee Phularani (Sony Marathi)
  • Agabai Sasubai Title song (Zee Marathi)
  • Sindhu Title song (Fakta Marathi)
  • Dev Pawala Title song (Fakta Marathi)
  • Prem Poison Panga Title song (Zee Yuva)
  • 800 Khidkya 900 Dara (Sony Marathi)
  • Sahakutumb Sahaparivar (Star Pravah)
  • Sukh Mhanaje Nakki Kay Asta (Star Pravah)

Film Songs

  • Astitva (Hindi)
  • Kaksparsha (Hindi)
  • Jabardast
  • Vedya Mana
  • Full Three Dhamal
  • Agabai Arechhya
  • De Dhakka
  • Sadhi Manasa
  • Chashmebahaddar
  • Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 1
  • Mumbai Pune Mumbai 2
  • Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy
  • Tee Sadhya Kay Kartey
  • Vitti Dandu
  • F.U.
  • Lokmanya Tilak
  • Cycle
  • Mazee Shala
  • Aawhan
  • Be Dune Sade Char
  • Nau Mahine Nau Diwas
  • Porbazar
  • Superstar
  • Dubhang
  • Vees Mhanaje Vees
  • Ubuntu
  • Pitruroon
  • Chintoo 2
  • Baji
  • Pune 52

DialoguesEdit

Film ProducerEdit

Executive producerEdit

PersonalEdit

Godbole's son Suhrud Godbole is married to the Marathi film and television actress Girija Oak.[5] His daughter Mrinmayee Godbole is a film actress.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Fourteen films from 12 nations chosen for Pune International Film Festival". The Indian Express. 4 January 2017. Retrieved 21 October 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Recently he has entered in education by developing a product called Cdx which is content delivery framework for online education. He is also the Chairman of the theatre Censor Board for the State of Maharashtra. Zakir Hussain, Aparna Sen, Seema Deo to be honoured at 15th PIFF
  3. ^ "Chupke Chupke : &TV (AndTV) Show Episodes and Videos Online - Recent Videos - Page 0 | Watch Latest and Full Episodes of Chupke Chupke &TV (AndTV) TV Serial at http://www.andtv.com/ - English". Retrieved 17 June 2017. External link in |title= (help)
  4. ^ Shreyas Talpade launches First Look and Trailer of ‘Baji’
  5. ^ Girija Oak and Suhrud Godbole Engagement photos

https://www.hindustantimes.com/cities/censor-board-s-approval-for-scripts-is-a-protective-shield-not-a-stumbling-block-shrirang-godbole/story-UAWVuOJN3YOGMGidMsSp5I.html

https://www.marchedufilms.com/entertainment/punes-shrirang-godbole-as-chairman-of-theater-experiment-inspection-board-marathi-news-shrirang-godbole-of-pune-as-the-chairman-of-the-theater-experiment-inspection-board/33077/

https://topindinews.com/cities/censor-boards-approval-for-scripts-is-a-protective-shield-not-a-stumbling-block-shrirang-godbole/

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