Last updated

Directed by Mangesh Hadawale
StarringSharad Goekar
Shahir Vitthal Umap
Sunil Deo
Chitra Nawathe
CinematographyDharam Gulati
Release date
  • March 2008 (2008-03)
Running time
116 minutes
Budget₹22 lakh [1]
Box office₹5.8 crore (lifetime) [2]

Tingya is a 2008 Marathi-language movie. It is the directorial début of Mangesh Hadawale. The movie is based on a life of a rural boy and his love and friendship with his bull. It concentrates on the hardships faced by the farmers in the state of Maharashtra, India. Tingya was screened at the Pune International Film Festival where it won the Sant Tukaram award for Best Marathi Feature Film. [3] It also won the best film award at Mumbai Academy of Movies Images [4] on 14 March 2008. Child artist (Sharad Geokar) who played the role of the rural boy won the National Film Award for Best Child Artist for the year 2008.[ citation needed ]

Related Research Articles

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Vikram Gokhale</span> Indian actor (1945–2022)

Vikram Gokhale was an Indian film, television and stage actor, noted for his roles in Marathi theatre, Hindi films and television. He was the son of the Veteran Marathi theatre and film actor, Chandrakant Gokhale.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Dilip Prabhavalkar</span> Indian actor and writer

Dilip Prabhavalkar is an Indian Marathi actor, director, playwright and author. He has a career spanning over four decades in Hindi and Marathi theatre, television and movies. He was awarded the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Mahatma Gandhi in the 2006 Hindi film Lage Raho Munna Bhai.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Rohini Hattangadi</span> Indian actress

Rohini Hattangadi is an Indian actress, known for her work in Marathi, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Gujarati films, and Marathi soap operas and theatre. She has won two Filmfare Awards, one National Film Award, and is the only Indian actress to win the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Kasturba Gandhi in Gandhi (1982).

<i>Shwaas</i> 2004 film by Sandeep Sawant

Shwaas is a Marathi film, released in 2004. It was India's official entry to the 2004 Oscars and was ranked 6th in the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film category. Its storyline is based on a real-life incident in Pune. With a low-budget of the Indian rupee of 65 lakhs (6 million), Shwaas won the National Award for best film in 2004, nearly 50 years since a Marathi film last earned this title. Directed by debutant Sandeep Sawant, it was shot in 33 days at Sindhudurg, Konkan, Pune and at KEM Hospital in Pune. Shwaas was acknowledged as a "significant turn for Marathi cinema" which had been going through a low patch. After its success, it was released in Hindi, Bengali and Tamil languages.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Marathi cinema</span> Indian Marathi-language film industry

Marathi Cinema, also known as Marathi Chithrapat, is the segment of Indian cinema, dedicated to the production of motion pictures in the Marathi Language widely spoken in the state of Maharashtra. It is based in Mumbai. It is the oldest film industry of India and one of the leader in Filmmaking in India's film industry. The first Marathi talkie film was Ayodhyecha Raja, released in 1932, just one year after Alam Ara the first Hindi talkie, before releasing the Aayodhyecha Raja, all the Marathi films until then were Silent films with Intertitles.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Sai Paranjpye</span> Indian film director (born 1938)

Sai Paranjpye is an Indian movie director and screenwriter. She is the director of the award-winning movies Sparsh, Katha, Chasme Buddoor and Disha. She has written and directed many Marathi plays such as Jaswandi, Sakkhe Shejari, and Albel.

<i>Jogwa</i> 2009 Indian film

Jogwa - The Awakening is a 2009 Marathi-language film directed by Rajiv Patil and produced under iDream Productions & Screenplay by Sanjay Krishnaji Patil. It stars Upendra Limaye and Mukta Barve while Priya Berde, Vinay Apte, Sharvani Pillai and Kishor Kadam essay supporting roles.

<i>Harishchandrachi Factory</i> 2009 Indian film

Harishchandrachi Factory is a 2009 Indian Marathi-language biographical film written and directed by Paresh Mokashi. It is about Dadasaheb Phalke, who made the first Indian feature film Raja Harishchandra (1913), and starring Nandu Madhav as him and Vibhavari Deshpande as his wife Saraswati. Harishchandrachi Factory focuses on the struggle Phalke faced during its production.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Mangesh Hadawale</span>

Mangesh Hadawale is an Indian film writer-director and ad-film maker. His first film Tingya received huge commercial as well as critical acclaim. Dekh Indian Circus, his second film, was in Hindi and won various national and international awards.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Mukta Barve</span> Indian actress

Mukta Barve is an Indian film, television, and theatre actress and a producer. One of the most popular Marathi celebrities, she has established a career in Marathi films. She is a recipient of seven Maharashtra State Film Awards one for Best Debut and other six for Best Actress in different plays and films.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Paresh Mokashi</span> Indian film director (born 1969)

Paresh Mokashi is an Indian filmmaker, producer, actor and Theatre director-producer; working predominantly in Marathi cinema and Marathi theatre. He started working as a backstage worker for theatre and did few minor roles for plays as well as films. Mokashi made his directorial debut for theatre with the Marathi play, Sangeet Debuchya Mulee in 1999. He continued to work for theatre and made his directorial debut for cinema with the 2009 Marathi feature film, Harishchandrachi Factory. The film depicts the making of India's first full-length feature film, Raja Harishchandra (1913), made by Dadasaheb Phalke. The film was acclaimed critically and won several awards. It was also selected as India's official entry to 82nd Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jitendra Joshi</span> Indian actor

Jitendra Joshi is an Indian actor and reality show host who predominantly works in Marathi cinema. He is well known for his lead role as Sant Tukaram Maharaj in the 2012 marathi movie Tukaram. He starred as constable Katekar in the hit Netflix television series Sacred Games.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Ravi Jadhav</span> Marathi film director

Ravindra Jadhav known professionally as Ravi Jadhav is an Indian film director, actor, screenwriter and producer. He made his directorial debut with the Marathi musical drama Natarang in 2010. Ravi studied in Sir J.J Institute of Applied art and won the 2009 National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Madan Deodhar</span>

Madan Deodhar is an Indian actor prominently featuring in Marathi films.

<i>Killa</i> (film) 2015 Indian film

Killa is an Indian Marathi-language drama film directed by Avinash Arun. The film revolves around an 11-year-old seventh grade boy struggling to cope with the death of his father and his journey into coming of age.

The Pune International Film Festival is an annual film festival held in Pune, a city in Maharashtra, India. Open to general public, the films are screened at NFAI, Inox, City Pride, PVR cinema halls, all located in Pune city.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Sumitra Bhave–Sunil Sukthankar</span> Indian filmmaker duo

Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Sukthankar were an Indian filmmaker duo working predominantly in Marathi cinema and Marathi theatre. Bhave and Sukthankar had made seventeen feature films, more than fifty short films, and four TV serials; all of which had been written by Bhave. Sunil Sukthankar, a Film and Television Institute of India graduate (1989) is also an actor and a lyricist. He has written more than 90 songs for their own films as well as various other Marathi and Hindi films. The duo had won various national and international accolades for the films Doghi (1995), Dahavi Fa (2002), Vastupurush (2002), Devrai (2004), Astu (2016) and Kaasav (2017). At the 64th National Film Awards, their feature film Kaasav won the prestigious President Golden Lotus National Award.

Makarand Mane is a Marathi film director best known for Ringan. He is associated with many National Award winning films.

<i>Mhorkya</i> National Award winning Childrens Marathi film

Mhorkya is a 2018 Marathi film directed by Amar Bharat Deokar and produced by Swastik Preeti Film Productions and co-produced by Amar Chitravani. It was bankrolled by Aespaes Lab and featured Raman Deokar and Amar Deokar in pivotal roles.

Akshay Indikar is an Indian filmmaker, cinematographer, writer and editor from Solapur, belonging to the nomadic folk artist family from the state of Maharashtra, India.


  1. "Who disrupted the entertainment space of the Marathi Manoos – cinema or television?: Best Media Info". www.bestmediainfo.com. 22 April 2016. Retrieved 22 February 2024.
  2. "Marathi cinema in high gear". 28 June 2008.
  3. "Pune International Film Festival". piffindia.com. Retrieved 28 November 2019.
  4. "Award-winning Tingya revives Marathi cinema". News18. Retrieved 28 November 2019.