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    4 Marathi novelist and scenarist; key influence on the elaboration of the reformist social as agenre in the 20s and 30s. A product of 19th C. social reform movements in Maharashtra, Apte was self-taught and ran a publishing house, Apte & Co.(Est: 1924) which brought out a literary-political journal, Alhaad (started in 1915). Author of novels and short-story anthologies within the conventions of the historical (e.g. Manavi Asha, Rajputache Bhishma), or of the social (Na Patnari Goshta, the source for [[Kunku/Duniya Na Mane]], 1937). Invented the social sub-genre of the dainik kadambari or ‘daily life’ novel, usually in a middle-class setting (Paach Te Paach, Waiting Room). Introduced to film by [[Baburao Painter]] writing [[Savkari Pash]], the historical Rana Hamir (both 1925) and [[Pratibha]] (1937). Best-known film writing for [[Shantaram]] at [[Prabhat Studio]] ([[Amritmanthan]], 1934; Kunku/Duniya Na Mane, 1937). May have provided the story, uncredited, of Phalke’s [[Gangavataran]] (1937). Worked with Dharmadhikari (Kunkvacha Dhani, 1951) and [[Dinkar D. Patil]] (Umaj Padel Tar, 1960). Also wrote K.P. Bhave’s Dhruva Kumar (1938), [[Shantaram Athavale]]’s Bhagyarekha (1948) and Sansar Karaychay Mala (1954). 
     4Marathi novelist and scenarist; key influence on the elaboration of the reformist social as agenre in the 20s and 30s. A product of 19th C. social reform movements in Maharashtra, Apte was self-taught and ran a publishing house, Apte & Co.(Est: 1924) which brought out a literary-political journal, Alhaad (started in 1915). Author of novels and short-story anthologies within the conventions of the historical (e.g. Manavi Asha, Rajputache Bhishma), or of the social (Na Patnari Goshta, the source for [[Kunku/Duniya Na Mane]], 1937). Invented the social sub-genre of the dainik kadambari or ‘daily life’ novel, usually in a middle-class setting (Paach Te Paach, Waiting Room). Introduced to film by [[Baburao Painter]] writing [[Savkari Pash]], the historical Rana Hamir (both 1925) and [[Pratibha]] (1937). Best-known film writing for [[Shantaram]] at [[Prabhat Studio]] ([[Amritmanthan]], 1934; Kunku/Duniya Na Mane, 1937). May have provided the story, uncredited, of Phalke’s [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gangavataran|Gangavataran]] (1937). Worked with Dharmadhikari (Kunkvacha Dhani, 1951) and [[Dinkar D. Patil]] (Umaj Padel Tar, 1960). Also wrote K.P. Bhave’s Dhruva Kumar (1938), [[Shantaram Athavale]]’s Bhagyarekha (1948) and Sansar Karaychay Mala (1954). 
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