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Vishnupant Govind Damle (1892–1945)

Vishnupant Govind Damle was born on October 14, 1892 in Alibag, Bombay Presidency, British India. He was a director and producer, known for Sant Tukaram (1936), Sant Dnyaneshwar (1940) and Gopal Krishna (1938). He died on July 5, 1945 in Poona, Bombay Presidency. See full bio »

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Sant Tukaram
Sant Tukaram Director
Sant Dnyaneshwar
Sant Dnyaneshwar Director
Gopal Krishna
Gopal Krishna Director
Gopal Krishna
Gopal Krishna Director


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 1941 Sant Sakhu
 1940/II Sant Dnyaneshwar
 1940/I Sant Dnyaneshwar
 1938/II Gopal Krishna
 1938/I Gopal Krishna
 1936 Sant Tukaram (as V.G. Damle)
 1928 Karna
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 1937 Duniya Na Mane (producer - as V. Damle)
 1937 Kunku (producer - as V. Damle)
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 1920 Sairandhri (as V.G. Damle)
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 1930 Udaykal (as V.G. Damle)
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 1934 Amrit Manthan (lyrics - as Vishnupant Dhamle)

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Alternate Names:

V.G. Damle | V. Damle | Vishnupant Dhamle

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