Adinath Kothare

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Adinath Kothare
Adinath Kothare
Born
Adinath Mahesh Kothare

(1984-05-13) 13 May 1984 (age 34)
NationalityIndia Indian
OccupationActor
Producer
Director
Years active1994–present
Spouse(s)Urmila Kanetkar (married 2011-present)
Parent(s)

Adinath Kothare (Marathi: आदिनाथ कोठारे) (born Adinath Mahesh Kothare on 13 May 1984) is an Indian Marathi film actor, director, Film and Television Content Producer. He is the son of famous film maker and actor in Marathi film industry Mahesh Kothare. He had worked with Pritish Nandy Communications Ltd. as an associate executive producer and with PVR as a Management Trainee- Film Marketing.[1]

Adinath Kothare first appeared on screen as a child actor in his father Mahesh Kothare's film Maza Chakula (1994). In (2013) he acted in his father's first Marathi 3D film Zapatlela 2, a box office hit which was released on 7 June 2013 and was the sequel of his father Mahesh Kothare's 1993 box office block buster Marathi film Zapatlela. Adinath Kothare acted in Renu Desai's produced and directorial debut Marathi film Ishq Wala Love (2014) along with Sulagna Panigrahi, which released on 10 October 2014.

Early life and background[edit]

Adinath was born on 13 May 1984. Kothare's father Mahesh Kothare is the most famous film maker in Marathi film industry. Mahesh Kothare has directed and produce many Marathi and Hindi films.

As a child, Adinath appeared on screen. His appearance was at the Mahesh Kothare's directed and produced family drama comedy film Majha Chakula (1994).

Career[edit]

In 1994, Adinath acted as child artist in his father's movie Maza Chakula, then Adinath Kothare made his Bollywood bebut in Sanjay Surkar directed sports drama Hindi film Stand By (film). The film produced by Prakash Choube, Sagar Choube with the actors Sachin Khedekar, Avtar Gill and Dalip Tahil. Kothare played the role of Rahul Navekar, the film released on 26 August 2011 under BRC Production.[1] Later Adinath Kothare acted in 11 November 2011 released his father's directorial Family Drama Romance film Dubhang playing the role of Rohan Jadhav alongside his real life wife Urmila Kanetkar, Ajinkya Deo and Sonali Kulkarni. The film produced was by Shankar Mitkari under the Banner of Sai Shankar Films for which he also did his debut in playback singing.

After that, he went on to appear in Aditya Sarpotdar's musical drama film Satrangi Re playing the role of Rego (Goraksha Mhapusekar) which released on 3 Feb 2012, also starring Amruta Khanvilkar, Siddharth Chandekar, Pooja Sawant, Bhushan Pradhan, Soumil Shringarpure, Uday Tilekar, Vidyadhar Joshi, Supriya Matkari, Madhav Abhyankar. Then he acted in his father's first Marathi true 3D film Zapatlela 2, a box office hit which released on 7 June 2014, the film is the sequel of 1993 blockbuster Marathi film Zapatlela Most of these films were successful critically and commercially. In 2014 he played the lead role in Hello Nandan along with Mrunal Thakur and Anvatt with his wife Urmila Kanitkar. Adinath Kothare next starred in Ishq Wala Love along with Sulagna Panigrahi which released on 10 Oct 2014. The fim was directed and produced by Renu Desai. He next starred in Premasathi Coming Suun along with Neha Pendse which released on 12 December 2014.

His next released on 26 December 2014, Avatarachi Goshta has won numerous awards from its inception, at 51st Maharashtra State Marathi Film Festival 2014, Zee Gaurav 2014 awards and Sahyadri Cine Awards 2014. Mahesh Kothare one of the most famous film maker co-owns the production house Kothare and Kothare Vision. In 2008 Adinath Kothare produced two film's under his home production banner Kothare and Kothare Visions. His first was 2008 released Marathi film Full 3 Dhamaal, stars Makarand Anaspure, Priya Arun, Prasad Oak, Suchitra Bandekar, Abhiram Bhadkamkar, Kishori Godbole, Dilip Prabhavalkar, Mahesh Kothare, Kranti Redkar and Sunil Tawde. After four years he produced his second film a box office hit first Marathi true 3D film Zapatlela 2 both the films directed by Mahesh Kothare and produced by Adinath Kothare. Adinath Kothare is an assistant director in his father's films. In 2003 Adinath assist the huge hit Marathi film Chimnee Pakhara. Later he assist 2004 Pachadlela and 2006 Khabardar Marathi films these all films directed by his father Mahesh Kothare

Personal life[edit]

In 2011 Adinath Kothare married Marathi film & television actress Urmila Kanitkar.

Filmography[edit]

Title Year Actor Producer Other Role
Maza Chakula 1994 Yes Child Actor Adinath
Chimnee Pakhara 2003 Assistant Director
Pachadlela 2004 Assistant Director
Khabardar 2006 Assistant Director
Full 3 Dhamaal 2008 Yes
Ved Lavi Jeeva[2] 2010 Yes Jaggu (Garage Mechanic)
Stand By (film) 2011 Yes Rahul Narvekar (Professional Football Player)
Dubhang 2011 Yes Playback Singer Rohan Jadhav (Professional Boxer)
Satrangi Re 2012 Yes Rego (Goraksha Mhapusekar -aspiring musician and lead singer in the band Goonj)
Zapatlela 2 2013 Yes Yes Aditya Bolke
Hello Nandan 2014 Yes Nandan (Sketch Artist)
Anvatt 2014 Yes Dr. Vinay (Doctor)
Ishq Wala Love 2014 Yes Ajinkya (Corporate Layer)
Premasathi Coming Suun 2014 Yes Aditya
Avatarachi Goshta 2014 Yes Amod (Engineering Student and an Atheist )
Sata Lota Pan Sagla Khota 2015 Yes Jayvardhan
Nilkanth Master 2015 Yes Vyankatesh (Freedon Fighter)
Dear Dad (Hindi Film) 2015 Yes Mahadeo
100 Days (Zee Marathi TV Series) 2016-17 Yes PSI Ajay Thakur

[3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

Awards and honours[edit]

Adinath Kothare won the State Award for Best Child Artist in 1995 for his work in the film Maza Chakula.[9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Adinath Kothare". MarathiStars. 2016-01-19. Retrieved 2017-03-02.
  2. ^ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3121650/
  3. ^ http://marathistars.com/actors/adinath-kothare/
  4. ^ http://www.marathi.tv/actors/adinath-kothare-wiki/
  5. ^ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Adinath-Kothare
  6. ^ https://citygossiper.com/adinath-kothare-biography-wife-age-marriage-family-photos/
  7. ^ http://www.justmarathi.com/adinath-kothare/
  8. ^ https://in.bookmyshow.com/person/adinath-kothare/19167
  9. ^ "Adinath Kothare acted as a child artist in Maza Chakula". The Times of India. Retrieved 7 April 2017.

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