Abhiram Bhadkamkar

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Abhiram Bhadkamkar
OccupationActor, director, writer
Years active1991–present

Abhiram Bhadkamkar is an Indian film actor, director and writer. He mainly worked as a writer in different films, serials and plays. Some of his famous films, as a writer are Balgandharva, Pachadlela, Aai, Khabardar, A Rainy Day, Paulwaat and many more. His famous Marathi plays, as a writer, are Dehbhan, Altun Paltun, Pahuna, Sukhanshi Bhadato Amhi, Ladi Najariya, Hasat Khelat, Jyacha Tyacha Prashna and many more. His plays are performed in Hindi, Kannad and Gujrathi in addition to Marathi theatre. A film directed by him is Aamhi Asu Ladke, presented and well received in many international and national film festivals. His collection of stories and novels are published by publishers/ publications of repute. His acting in films has won accolades. He acted in different Marathi and Hindi films and TV serials.
Abhiram has written story of upcoming Marathi comedy film Jalsa.[1]

Early life[edit | edit source]

Abhiram Bhadkamkar graduated in commerce, obtained a diploma in journalism and communication, graduated from National School of Drama specialising in acting. Currently engaged in acting, direction and writing in both languages Hindi and Marathi in various forms such as films and plays.

Acting career[edit | edit source]

Hasat Khelat, Pahuna, Jyacha Tyacha Prashna (Sawal apna apna), Ladi Najaria, Dehbhan and Sukhanshi Bhandto Aamhi are some of his major works, produced by reputed theatre groups and performed all over Maharashtra and Delhi in different languages including Hindi, Kannada and Gujarathi.

Pahuna, Dehbhan and Jyacha Tyacha Prashna are published by Continental Prakashan a reputed publication in Marathi and won literature award of Maharashtra Government in 1994, 1995 and 2005. Chudail is a collection of short stories, focusing the soul and revealing the harsh reality of a most covetous tinsel town. It received an award by Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad, as best short story collection. It is published by Akshar Publication.

Asa Balgandharva… is a biographic novel that depicts the legendary actor singer Balgandharva in all his human attributes, published by Rajhans Prakashan, it received the H. N. Apte Best Novel award.

He has written the films Balgandharva, Aai, Pachadlela, Devki, Khabardar etc. and received Best Dialogue and Best Screenplay award for the film Devki, which also received Best Film award from government of Maharashtra.

Aamhi Asu Ladke is a film he has written and directed and it has won many awards. It was officially selected for New York Independent International Film Festival and screened in Nov 2006 in New York and in Harrisburg. And now, his latest hit is Balgandharva (Story, Screenplay and Dialogues).

He has acted in Pachadlela, Ramdeo Ala Re Baba, Devki and Full 3 Dhamal.

Writer[edit | edit source]

Plays[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language
1 Jyacha Tyacha Prashna Marathi
2 Dehbhan Marathi
3 Sukhanshi Bhandato Amhi Marathi
4 Yacht Diwashi Yacht Veli Marathi
5 Hasat Khelat Marathi
6 Pahuna Marathi
7 Ladi Najariya Hindi
8 Altun Paltun Marathi
9 Apalak Nidrahin Hindi
10 Sthal Snehamandir Marathi
11 Prempatra Marathi
12 Comred Ka Coat Hindi
13 Saval Apna Apna Hindi

Movies[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language
1 Jalsa Marathi
2 Balgandharva Marathi
3 Pachadlela Marathi
4 Aai Marathi
5 Khabardar Marathi
6 A Rainy Day Marathi
7 Viti Dandu Marathi
8 Devki Marathi
9 Manya Sajjana Marathi
10 Ghayaal Marathi
11 Full 3 Dhamal Marathi
12 Navsache Por Marathi
13 April Fool Marathi
14 Ramdeo Ala Re Baba Marathi
15 Durge Durgat Bhari Marathi
16 Kamal Majhya Baykochi Marathi
17 Chikat Navra Marathi
18 Aamhi Asu Ladke Marathi

TV Serials[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language
1 Kshitij Hindi
2 Sayaa Hindi
3 Teacher Hindi
4 Raste Hindi
5 Gopalji Hindi
6 V3+ Hindi

Literature[edit | edit source]

No. Book Name Language
1 Asa Balgandharva Marathi
2 Chudail Marathi
3 At Any Cost Marathi
4 Insha Allah Marathi

One Act Plays[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language
1 Dhobipachhad Marathi
2 Pach Shunyanchi Berij Marathi
3 Jhad Marathi
4 Yega Yega Sari Marathi

Director[edit | edit source]

Movies[edit | edit source]

No. Movie Name Language Year
1 Aamhi Asu Ladke Marathi 2005
2 Baba Lagin Marathi 2012

Documentaries[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language Note
1 Film City Marathi Documentary by MTDC to introduce Bollywood Tourism
2 Behind The Stage Hindi Documentary based on back stage artists of theatre

Acting[edit | edit source]

Movies[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language
1 Pachadlela Marathi
2 Devki Marathi
3 Full 3 Dhamal Marathi
4 Zindagi Zindabad Hindi
5 Paulwaat Marathi
7 Relations Hindi
8 Ramdeo Ala Re Baba Marathi

Serials[edit | edit source]

No. Name Language Directed By
1 Chanakya Hindi Chandraprakash Dvivedi
2 Kshitij Hindi Anand Rai
3 Sailaab Hindi Ravi Rai
4 Raste Hindi Alka Maitra
5 Damini Marathi Kanchan Adhikari
7 CID Hindi B. P. Singh
8 Ahat Hindi B. P. Singh

Awards and nominations[edit | edit source]

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