Arun Nalawade

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Arun Nalawade is an Indian film and theater personality. He is co-producer of Shwaas: the film that won the Golden Lotus India's National Film Award for Best Feature Film for the year 2003, he also acted in the film.[1][2] Nalawade played Anna Hazare in the Marathi film Mala anna vhaychay.[3] sam

Arun Nalawade was born and raised in Girgaon Chawl, Mumbai. he started working in plays since the age of 20. He did characters of aged roles than his real age roles. The actor has worked in all the three mediums – films, TV and theaters,Arun Nalawade Directed Film Tatwa.

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Filmography[edit]

  • Shwaas
  • Resham Gaath
  • Akheracha Purava
  • Akalpit
  • Pailteer
  • Kaydyacha Bola
  • Kshan
  • Samar Ek Sangharsh
  • Raasta Roko
  • Hi Poragi Konaachi
  • Hirava Chuda
  • Ghaat Pratighaat
  • Paash
  • Pahile Paul
  • Fakira
  • Saade Maade Tin
  • Daughter
  • Tahaan
  • Maazi Shaala
  • Nakshatra
  • Baaimanus
  • Aaghaat
  • Arjun (2011 film)
  • Ringan
  • Svatantryachi Aishi Taishi
  • Laagali Paij
  • Mahasatta
  • Har Har Mahadev
  • Gojiri
  • Sakhyare
  • Topi Ghala Re
  • Saasarchi Ka Maherchi
  • Punyavaan Me
  • Sahvaas
  • Paris
  • Pune via Bihar
  • Phala
  • Shree Siddhivinayak Mahima
  • Teecha Baap Tyacha Baap
  • Arre... Devaa
  • Gaav Maza Tantamukt
  • Divasen Divas
  • Aai Tuza Aashirvaad
  • Aai ga!
  • Aatta Ga Baya
  • Anna Hazare
  • Palakhi
  • Labad Kuthali
  • Sanjparva
  • Saad
  • Shoor Amhi Sardaar
  • Maazi Shala
  • Aanandi
  • Taani
  • Braveheart
  • Sandook
  • Carry On Maratha
  • Simmba[7]

TV serials[edit]

  • Mazhya Navryachi Bayko : Damle nana
  • Ka Re Durava : Ketkar Kaka
  • Vadalvaat
  • Vasudha
  • Aabhalmaaya
  • Kimayagaar
  • Ran Manus
  • Nati Goti
  • Police File
  • Gahire Pani
  • Reshim Gathi
  • Rath Chanderi
  • Saripat Ha Sansaracha
  • Ek Ha Asa Dhaga Sukhacha
  • Tan Tana Tan
  • Bhumika
  • Kalokh
  • Aapali Maanase
  • Baba
  • Bin Bhintinche Ghar
  • Avaghachi Sansaar
  • Shubhakaroti
  • kaalaaytasmay Namah
  • Swapnaanchya Palikadale
  • Yeah Duniya hai Rangeen
  • Lifeline
  • Baabul Ki Duae Leti ja
  • Smile Please

Plays[edit]

  • Tera Divas Premache [8]
  • Shunyacha Parabhav
  • Abda Shabda
  • Temple Employment
  • Kalpravah
  • Manu Ani Masa
  • Vyasancha Kayakalpa
  • Ghost
  • I Confess
  • Kaalsutra
  • Suras Ani Chamatkarik
  • Moruche Pollution
  • Hunger Strike
  • Mhay
  • Mahabhartache Uttarramayan
  • Queue
  • Ravnayan
  • Rope Trick
  • The Escape
  • Ushir Hotoy
  • Shraddha
  • Ratra Aarambha
  • Surkutya

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Pinglay, Prachi (15 January 2005). "Beyond applause". Frontline. Retrieved 6 May 2013.
  2. ^ "Marathi film 'Shwas' nominated for Oscars". The Times of India. 24 September 2004. Retrieved 6 May 2013.
  3. ^ "Coming soon: Mala Anna Vhaychay, a Marathi film on Anna stir". Daily News and Analysis. 3 September 2011. Retrieved 6 May 2013.
  4. ^ http://meetkalakar.com/Artist/1526-Arun-Nalavade
  5. ^ http://www.gomolo.com/arun-nalawade-movies-list-filmography/17430
  6. ^ http://www.sakaaltimes.com/TagSearch.aspx?TagName=%20Arun%20Nalawade
  7. ^ "These 11 Marathi actors will be seen in the Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan-starrer Simmba. See pics | Entertainment News". www.timesnownews.com. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
  8. ^ https://www.loksatta.com/manoranjan-news/play-drama-tera-divas-premache-will-be-on-stage-soon-arun-nalawde-aanand-mhasvekar-1729067/
  9. ^ http://www.zeetalkies.com/celebs-speak/marathi-cinema-is-progressing-because-of-good-scripts-arun-nalawade.html
  10. ^ http://maharashtratimes.indiatimes.com/entertainment/interview/arun-nalawade/articleshow/49293098.cms
  11. ^ https://in.bookmyshow.com/person/arun-nalawade/229
  12. ^ http://www.justmarathi.com/arun-nalawade/