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Category: Gujarat

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Dec 2 2020

Trend of Urban Gujarati films

The Gujarati community made a profound contribution in establishing the foundation of Indian cinema. The influence of Gujarati people in the setting up of film industry from the silent era to the Talkies, and through the golden year to the present state of film industry has been immense. But when we talk about regional Gujarati film industry, it has gone through many peaks and valleys. Early Gujarati films in the 1940s to 1950s were mostly dominated in historical, social and religious subjects also, several films were based on the Gujarati novels.

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Yukta Bhavsar
Nov 26 2020

Hellaro- Movie review

Just like a rising tide, this movie rose till it achieved the National award. Gujarati film Hellaro, is one of a kind. Director Abhishek Shah’s film debut did wonders in the film, especially how he beautifully highlighted the culture of Kutch. The movie released in cinemas in November 2019, starring Jayesh More, Shraddha Dangar, Kaushambi Bhatt, Brinda Trivedi Nayak, Shachi Joshi, Niilam Paanchal, Tejal Panchasara, Kausambi Bhatt and Kishan Gadhavi. The film depicts a simple story yet in a powerful way. Since a very longtime women in the rural regions are being neglected and looked down.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 18 2020

Siddharth Randeria: Gujarat’s King of Comedy

Siddharth Randeria – the well-known and famous theatre artist of Gujarati theatre. We all remember him as Gujjubhai, don’t we? He was born to the writer and actor Madhukar Randeria on 17th December, 1955. Born in Mumbai, this versatile actor is popularly known as Gujjubhai but his talents are not limited to acting. He is also a writer and a director.

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Afifa naziraly
Nov 7 2020

Bhavai: The Folk Theatre of Gujarat

The origin of the word ‘Bhavai’ came from ‘Bhaav-Shiv/ भाव-शिव’ and ‘Bhaav Sutradhar / भाव-सत्रधार’. Later on people introduced simpler term for Bhavai word . BHAV means emotion and VAHINI means carrier, combination of both the words leads us to the art form which is a carrier of emotion from storyteller to the story listener.

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Yukta Bhavsar