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Gola Berij (2012)

A semi-fictional biopic on Marathi language's greatest writer and humorist Purushottam Laxman Deshpande.

Director:

Kshitij Zarapkar

Writers:

P.L. Deshpande (novel), Kshitij Zarapkar (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mohan Agashe ... Chitale Master
Mukta Barve ... Nandini Chaubal
Subodh Bhave ... Nanda
Mandar Chandwadkar Mandar Chandwadkar ... Bapu Kane
Nandakumar Chaughule Nandakumar Chaughule ... Havaldar
Bhargavi Chirmuley ... Indu Welankar
Prashant Damle Prashant Damle ... Kulkarni
Anand Ingle Anand Ingle ... Narayan
Manoj Joshi ... Narrator
Bhalchandra Kadam Bhalchandra Kadam
Neha Deshpande Kamat Neha Deshpande Kamat ... Sunitabai
Hemangi Kavi Hemangi Kavi ... Subak Thengani
Vijay Kenkre Vijay Kenkre ... Principal
Avinash Narkar ... Haritatya
Sanjay Narvekar ... Babdu
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Gola Berij depicts the sum total of the life of Purushottam Laxman Deshpande in the form of a semi-fictional story. It's an inference of what could have been the journey of the writer's life based on his writings comprising of 27 books and documentaries and 5 feature films

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Country:

India

Language:

Marathi

Release Date:

10 February 2012 (India) See more »

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The role of Pu La's wife, Sunitabai, is played by her grand-niece, Neha Deshpande-Kamat. See more »

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Not bad at all
29 October 2015 | by peter-ryan8See all my reviews

The story focuses on the characters from famous comedy books Golaberij and Vyakti Ani Valli written by one of his own kind Marathi writer Pu La Deshpande. A little disconnected because the stories switch in context, but not hard to catch the flow at all. I loved it because I had read the books little too many times. But should not be a problem if you have not read the books either. Some characters such as Nanda by Subodh Bhave and Antu Barva by Dilip Prabhavalkar are really awesome. I also like the actor who performs Pu La. He looks exactly like Pu La. Some stories like Narayan do not take a grip while the story moves to a new character. Some actors could have been better, but every thing can be forgivable when the story is about Pu La.


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