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  • D. J. Dharmadhikari

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    55Marathi and Hindi producer-director born in 
    6 Kolhapur. Doorkeeper at Prabhat (1934), then 
    7 bit player (1936) and assistant to K. Narayan 
    8 Kale (Mazha Mulga, 1938), Damle and 
    9 Fattelal, and V. Shantaram. One of the 
    10 younger cineastes (e.g. Raja Nene, editor 
    11 Anant Mane, scenarist Shantaram Athavale 
     6Kolhapur. Doorkeeper at [[Prabhat]] (1934), then 
     7bit player (1936) and assistant to [[K. Narayan 
     8Kale]] ([[Mazha Mulga]], 1938), Damle and 
     9[[Fattelal]], and [[V. Shantaram]]. One of the 
     10younger cineastes (e.g. [[Raja Nene]], editor 
     11[[Anant Mane]], scenarist [[Shantaram Athavale]] 
    1212and musician Keshavrao Bhole) who left 
    1313Prabhat (1944) to work collectively in 
     
    1818Alhaad Chitra (1951-4) which revitalised the 
    1919Marathi cinema converting the social into very 
    20 successful stage-inspired weepies (e.g. Chimni 
    21 Pakhare/Nannhe Munne, Stree Janma Hi 
     20successful stage-inspired weepies (e.g. [[Chimni 
     21Pakhare/Nannhe Munne]], Stree Janma Hi 
    2222Tujhi Kahani), often ending with funerals. This 
    2323style was continued by e.g. Anant Mane, Datta 
    24 Mane and Datta Keshav (all from Alhaad 
    25 Chitra), grafting Hindi All-India film norms on 
     24Mane and [[Datta Keshav]] (all from Alhaad 
     25Chitra), grafting Hindi [[All-India film]] norms on 
    2626to Marathi cinema. Also worked in Hindi for 
    27 Homi Wadia’s Basant Studio and at Filmistan. 
    28 Appeared as actor in Sant Dnyaneshwar 
     27[[Homi Wadia]]’s Basant Studio and at [[Filmistan]]. 
     28Appeared as actor in [[Sant Dnyaneshwar]] 
    2929(1940). His son Alhaad Dattatreya 
    3030Dharmadikari, aka Master Alhaad (b. 1947)