Top 10 similar words or synonyms for navryala

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for navryala

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Supriya Pilgaonkar She has a known contribution in Marathi films as well. The movies in which she has acted with her husband Sachin Pilgaonkar, like "Navri Mile Navryala", "Majha Pati Karodpati", "Ashi Hi Banwa Banvi", "Aaytya Gharat Gharoba", were major successes.
Sachin (actor) He is married to actress Supriya Pilgaonkar ("née" Sabnis), whom he first directed for his debut Marathi film, "Navri Mile Navryala" (1984) and subsequently became successful pair in Marathi cinema. The couple have a daughter, Shriya Pilgaonkar was born on 25 April 1989.
Supriya Pilgaonkar Pilgaonkar was born as Supriya Sabnis on 17 August 1967, in Mumbai, India. She met her future husband, Sachin Pilgaonkar while shooting for a Marathi movie "Navri Mile Navryala", which he was directing. They got married in 1985, when she was 18 and have a daughter, Shriya Pilgaonkar.
Sachin (actor) New Sachin has also been directing Marathi films since the 1980s. He started directing with "Mai Baap" (1982) which received critical acclaim, but started tasting commercial success only with 1984's "Navri Mile Navryala", which also starred his future wife, Supriya. Further movies like "Gammat Jammat" and "Maza Pati Karodpati" cemented his place in the Marathi film industry. However, he tasted major success in 1988's "Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi", which starred himself and the two reigning superstars of Marathi cinema, Ashok Saraf and Laxmikant Berde. The movie was a runaway hit, establishing Sachin as a hitmaker. He then changed track to experimental cinema with the next two films, but returned to comedy with "Amchyasarkhe Aamhich" which proved to be yet another hit.
Mahesh Kothare In the mid-1980s, Kothare and another young actor, Sachin Pilgaonkar, helped to revolutionize the Marathi film industry with their directing. Pilgaonkar directed "Navri Mile Navryala" while Kothare directed "Dhumdhadaka". Both films became box office hits but "Dhumdhadaka" became a trendsetter which brought young audiences to recognize the Marathi style of movie-making. Kothare then went on to make comedies which also became major hits. He also made "Dhadakebaaz", the first Marathi film shot in CinemaScope and brought a number of innovations such as Dolby Digital sound to Marathi cinema with the film "Chimni Pakhara". He made "Pachadlela" in 2004, which was the first Marathi film with computer-generated effects. Kothare was also the first Marathi filmmaker to produce science-fiction films.
Sachin (actor) Starting as a child actor, in Marathi film, "Ha Majha Marg Ekla" (1962), he went on to act in around 65 films as a child artist, before switching to adult roles, and giving hits like "Geet Gaata Chal" (1975), "Balika Badhu" (1976), "Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se" (1978), and "Nadiya Ke Paar" (1982) as a lead actor. He has worked in Hindi, Marathi and also in Bhojpuri cinema, and has acted, produced and directed successful comedy shows on Indian television, including "Tu Tu Main Main" (2000) and "Kadvee Khatti Meethi". Besides that he also directed several hit Marathi films starting with "Mai Baap" (1982), "Navri Mile Navryala" (1984), "Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi" (1988), "Amchyasarkhe Aamich" (1990) and "Navra Mazha Navsacha" (2004).
Ashalata Wabgaonkar She has acted in more than 100 Hindi and Marathi movies. Some of her Marathi plays are "Guntata Hridhya He", "Varyavarchi Varaat", "Chinna" (with Smita Patil and Sadashiv Amrapurkar) and "Mahananda". Her Marathi stage career took off with the musical play "Matsyagandha". She was introduced in Hindi films by Basu Chatterjee in "Apne Paraye" (along with Bharati Achrekar) for which she was nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. She starred in films such as "Ankush" (1986), "Apne Paraye" (1980), "Ahista Ahista", "Shaukeen", "Woh Saat Din", "Namak Halaal" and "Yaadon Ki Kasam" (1985). She received training in classical music and is a fine Marathi Natyasangeet singer. Some of her Marathi films are "Umbartha", "Sutradhar", "Navri Mile Navryala" and "Vahinichi Maya".
Marathi cinema The 1980s saw two comedy heroes catapult to stardom, Ashok Saraf and Laxmikant Berde. Around the mid-80s two young actors donned the director's mantle: Mahesh Kothare and Sachin Pilgaonkar. Pilgaonkar directed "Navri Mile Navryala" and around the same time Mahesh Kothare directed "Dhumdhadaka". Pilgaonkar's film was a box-office hit while Mahesh Kothare's became a mega hit at the box-office, became a trend-setter, and brought young audiences to Marathi cinema. Mahesh Kothare went on to make comedy films that became major hits. He made the first Marathi film shot on the anamorphic format (Cinemascope) — "Dhadakebaaz". He brought a number of innovations in the technical quality of Marathi films and was the first to bring Dolby Digital sound to Marathi cinema with "Chimni Pakhara". He made the first Marathi film with Digital Special Effects, "Pachadlela", in 2004. He also made first marathi movie in 3D "Zapatlela 2", in 2013. The 3D of this film was highly appreciated and technically this film was extremely well made. This film also went on to become a blockbuster. Currently Mahesh Kothare is working on Zapatlela 3. This for the first time that a franchise has emerged in Marathi cinema.