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List of Haryanvi-language films

Haryanvi films are films in the Haryanvi dialect of Hindi. Due to the dominance of the Mumbai-based Hindi film industry, films in Haryanvi were not extensively produced until the 1980s. The financial success of Devi Shankar Prabhakar's Chandrawal (1984) was largely responsible for the continuing production of Haryanvi films, although none have been as successful.[1] Other films such as Phool Badan and Chora Haryane Ka followed with only about one out of twelve films being profitable at the box office.[1] In 2000, Aswini Chowdhary won the Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film of a Director at the National Film Awards for the Haryanvi film Laddo.[2] In 2010 the government of Haryana announced they were considering establishing a film board to promote Haryanvi-language films.[3] Unlike other state governments, Haryana's does not subsidize the production of regional films or exempt them from the entertainment tax.[1]

Haryanvi Films

Year Title Cast Director Other notes
1968 Dharti First Haryanavi Movie
1973 Beera Shera
1982 Bahurani Sumitra Hooda, Shashi Ranjan Distributed by Manmohan Bansal First Commercial successful Haryanvi Movie
1984 Chandrawal Usha Sharma, Jagat Jakhar, Nasib Singh Kundu, Daryav Singh Malik Devi Shankar Prabhakar First Commercial superhit Haryanvi Movie
1985 Laado Basanti Anoop Lather, Usha Sharma
1986 Phool Badan Usha Sharma
1987 Jhanakdar Kangana Manasvi,Chitra, S. Singh
Bairee
Bataeu
Chabilee
Chail Gabharu
Chail Gaelyan Jaangi
2001 Chand Chakori Manju Bala (Singer),Ramesh Kaushik, Pawan Kumar Arya
Chandro
1987 Chora Haryane Ka Gurdaas Maan
Chora Jat Ka
Gulaabo
1991 Jatani Usha Sharma, Rajesh Vedprakash
Ke Supney Ka Jikar
Lambardaar
Mahara Pihar Sansara Satyajeet, Raja Bundela
Mahari Dharti Mahari Maa
Muklava
Panghat
Phaagan Aaya Re
Phool Badan
Piya
Premi Ramphal
Yaari
2000 Laado [4] Ashutosh Rana, Rajendra Gupta, Arun Bali, Arundhati, Sanjay M. Singh Ashwini Chaudhary
2004 Dhakar Chhora[5] Uttar Kumar, Suman Negi Hansraj Rahlan
2011 Muthbhed - A Planned Encounter [6] Mukesh Tiwari
2012 Chandrawal-2[7] Usha Sharma,Kuldeep Rathi,Bahan Sikha Nehra Nishant Prabhakar (Released May 4, 2012)
2012 Tera Mera Vaada Ankit Balhara, Neetu Singh Bhaal Singh Balhara (Released June 29, 2012)
2013 Modern Girl Desi Chhora (Released May 3, 2013)
2014 Maati Kare Pukar (Film) Pallavi, Sumit, Vijay Bhatotiya, Rajkumar Maan,Ranjit Singh and Dr. Raj Kumar Yadav Col J K Singh Released on UFO in 6 select cities in Haryana on Jan,17 2014)
2014 London Ki Chhori Released May,2014
2014 Kunba Released June, 2014
2014 Tere Te Pyar HoyaFilms that have not yet been released [8] Vijay Verma, Neetu Verma July, 2015

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "'Haryanvi movies need govt push'". Times of India. October 6, 2010. Retrieved 17 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Press Trust of India (September 16, 2000). "President to give away national film awards on Sept 18". Indian Express. Retrieved 17 March 2011. 
  3. ^ "Haryana may set up board to promote Haryanvi films". The Hindu (Chennai, India). October 3, 2010. Retrieved 17 March 2011. 
  4. ^ India, a reference annual. Publications Division, Indian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. 2001. p. 285. 
  5. ^ http://www.bhaskar.com/news/ENT-BOL-uttar-kumar-4728863-NOR.html
  6. ^ "Political Statement". Indian Express. June 10, 2010. Retrieved 17 March 2011. 
  7. ^ "Chandrawal-2: After years of honour killing, again a reel story - The Times of India". The Times Of India. 
  8. ^ "Tere Te Pyar Hoya (2014)". HaryanviPortal.Com. 

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