Kedar Shinde

Kedar Shinde is a director and writer of Marathi movies from Mumbai, India.[1]

Kedar Shinde
Born
Kedar Shinde

(1973-01-16) 16 January 1973
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Occupation
Spouse(s)Bela Shinde
ChildrenSana Shinde
RelativesShahir Sable (Grandfather).
Devdatta Sable (Uncle).
Charusheela Sable (Aunt).

Personal life and family

Kedar Shinde was born on January 16, 1973 in Mumbai, India. Shinde completed his school education in Mumbai. He is the maternal grandson of noted Marathi Folk Singer "Shahir Sable".[2][3] His maternal aunt - Charusheela Sable is a Marathi actor of repute[4]

Shinde got to married to Bela Shinde in 1996. The couple has a daughter, Sana Shinde (born 1998).

Career

He had started his career with Maharashtrachi Lokdhara (Folk dances of Maharashtra) - Maharashtrachi Lokadhara had performed all over India as a renowned troupe formed by Shahir Sable showcasing all native dance forms of Mahrashtra.[5][6][7]

Marathi Movies as a Director

Marathi TV serials as Director

  • Madhu Ithe Aani Chandra Tithe (Zee Marathi)
  • Shreeyut Gangadhar Tipare (Zee Marathi)
  • Ghadalay Bighadalay (Zee Marathi)
  • Hasa Chakat Fu (Zee Marathi)
  • Saheb Bibi Ani Mi (Zee Marathi)
  • Aali Lahar Kela Kahar (Colors Marathi)
  • Maharashtrachi Lokdhara (TV Version - Zee Marathi)

Marathi Movies as a Writer

  • Aga Bai Arechyaa 2 (2015)
  • Bakula Namdev Ghotale (story and screenplay 2007)
  • Majha Navra Tujhi Bayko (story writer 2006)
  • Yanda Kartavya Aahe (screenplay 2006)
  • Jatra: Hyalagaad Re Tyalagaad (2007)

Marathi Plays as a Director

  • Manomani
  • Sahi Re Sahi
  • Lochya Jhala Re
  • Shreemant Damodarpant
  • Tu Tu Mi Mi
  • Punha Sahi Re Sahi[8]
  • Gopala Re Gopala
  • Amachya Sarakhe Amhich
  • Dhyan ta Dhyan
  • Gela Udat
  • Punha Sahi Re Sahi

Hindi Movies as a Director

Hindi TV Serials as a Director

  • Kya Haal Mr. Panchaal (Star Bharat)
  • Super Sisters (SAB TV)

Hindi Plays as a Director

  • Raju, Rajaram aur Main

English Plays as a Director

  • The Play That Goes Wrong (Adaptation)

Gujrati Plays as a Director

  • Naatak Nu Naatak Naa Naatak (Gujrati adaptation of The Play That Goes Wrong)
  • Phari Ek Vaar- Ame Lai Gaya, Tame Rahi Gaya (Gujarati adaptation of his play Punaha Sahi Re Sahi)

References

  1. "Kedar Shinde". Mumbai Media Ltd. Archived from the original on 6 June 2014. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  2. "'Kho Kho' is a tribute to our forefathers: Kedar Shinde". www.sakaaltimes.com. Sakal Media Group. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  3. "Herbariums golden oldie 'Andhala Daltay'". www.afternoondc.in. Afternoon Despatch & Courier Mumbai India. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  4. "All about Charushila Sable - biography, filmography, photos". Gomolo.com. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  5. "'Bharat Jadhav Entertainment' launched". Afternoon Despatch & Courier Mumbai India. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  6. "Take Five". Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  7. "Kedar Shinde Interview". Fifth Quarter Infomedia Pvt. Ltd. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  8. "Sahich: A review of Punha sahi re sahi". The Punekar. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016.



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