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Name: Amol Palekar
Star Name: Amol .
Mother Tongue: Marathi.
Address: 2 Cozy Nook, 866, Bhandarker Road,
Pune, 9.
Date of Birth: 1944-11-24
Complexion: Fair.
Eye Color: Black.
E-mail ID: palekaramol2003@yahoo.co.in
Facts: He is also interested in Social work and activism.
Hair Color: Black
Debut Movie: Hindi – Shantata! Court Chalu Aahe (1971)
Debut Movie: Writer – Kairee (2000)
Website: http://www.amolpalekar.com/
Directorial Debut: Hindi – Akriet (1981)
College Info: Sir J. J. School of Art.
Father: Kamalakar Palekar
Mother: Suhasini Palekar
Marital Status: married
Children: 2 daughters Samiha and Shalmalee from 2nd wife.
Spouse: First wife Chitra(divorced), second wife Sandhya Gokhale.
Siblings: 3 sisters; Rekha, Neelon & Unnati
Languages: Hindi, Marathi, English

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Biography:

Amol Palekar was born in Mumbai. in a Marathi-speaking family. He attended the Sir J. J. School of Art.Palekar started with the Marathi experimental stage with Satyadev Dubey. later started his own group ‘Aniket’ set up in 1972. He introduced Theatre of the Absurd in Maharashtra and a street theatre-inspired practice of performing plays in the round.
He made his debut in 1971 with noted Marathi film, Shantata! Court Chalu Aahe directed by Satyadev Dubey, which started the ‘New Cinema’ Movement in Marathi .

In 1974 he was cast as an actor by Basu Chatterjee in Rajnigandha,.a surprise break-away hit which had a minimal budge. Chhoti Si Baat, with none of the conventonal trappings of Bollywood Cinema. This led to many other such roles in “middle-class” comedies – mostly Alternative Cinema – often directed by Chatterjee or Hrishikesh Mukherjee such as Golmaal, Naram Garam. He won Filmfare Best Actor Award for Golmaal.

He is famous for his image of “Middle-class Everyman” who struggles to get a job ( Gol-Maal ), his own flat ( Gharonda ), a girlfriend/wife ( Baaton Baaton Mein ), appreciation from his boss etc.

In 1982 he played the role of “Ravi Chettan” in the acclaimed Malayalam movie “Olangal”.

His acting is naturalistic & under-stated. as opposed to the histrionic. melodramatic performances typical in Bollywood – although he does use set-pieces which have become audience favorites. like a difficulty with finding words when stressed, almost to the point of stammering. He usually plays “the Good Indian Boy” .the kind your mother-in-law would like!

Interestingly, in his entire career he has never portrayed a Muslim or a Sikh ( though he did portray an Indian Catholic in Baaton Baaton Mein,1977 ) which is considered de rigueur for mainstream Bollywood stars in order to cultivate the widest possible fan-base in this pluralistic country with substantial minorities.

He turned to direction with the Marathi film Aakriet.

He proved his capabilities. as a director through his movie Paheli which was India’s official entry in the race for Best Foreign Film at the 2006 Oscar. The movie. however. did not make it to the final nominations.

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Career,Amol Palekar
*Profession:Actor
*Claim to Fame:Golmaal – Movie
*Debut:Shantata! Court Chalu Aahe – 1971 – Marathi Movie

Awards:Amol Palekar.
1980 – Won Filmfare Award Best Actor for: Gol Maal.

Trivia,Amol Palekar.
* Amol Palekar regards himself an agnostic.
* Amol Palekar has exhibited his sketches. drawings. and paintings in Bombay. He also does some social work and he is married to Sandhya Gokhale.
* Amol Palekar showed his capabilities as a director with his movie Paheli which was India’s official entry in the race for Best Foreign Film at the 2006 Oscars. The movie, however, did not make it to the final nominations.
* Amol Palekar turned to directing with the Marathi film Aakriet.
* Interestingly, in his entire career he has never portrayed a Muslim or a Sikh. (though he did portray an Indian Catholic in Baaton Baaton Mein in 1977) which is considered de rigeur for mainstream Bollywood stars in order to cultivate. the widest possible fan base in a country with substantial minorities.

Filmography:Actor

* Samaantar
* Rajnigandha (1974) (Vidya Sinha)
* Chhoti Si Baat (1975) (Vidya Sinha, Asrani, Ashok Kumar)
* Chitchor (1976) (Zarina Wahab)
* Gharonda (1976) (Zarina Wahab)
* Bhumika (1977) (Smita Patil, Naseeruddin Shah, Anant Nag)
* Damaad (1978) (Ranjeeta)
* Baaton Baaton Mein (1979) (Tina Munim, David and others)
* Gol Maal (1979)[Bindiya Goswami]
* Do Ladke Dono Kadke (1979) (Moushumi Chatterji)
* Meri Biwi Ki Shaadi (1979) (Ranjeeta)
* Naram Garam (1981)
* Olangal (Ravi Chattan) (1982) Malayalam
* Shriman Shrimati (1983)
* Rang Birangi (1983) (Parveen Babi)
* Aadmi Aur Aurat (1984)
* Khamosh (1985) (Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi)
* Jhuthi (Rekha)
* Tarang (Smita Patil)
* Aks (2001)

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Director:

* Aakreit (Unimaginable – Marathi) – 1981
* Anakahi (Unspoken) – 1985
* Thodasa Rumani Ho Jaye – 1990
* Bangarwadi – 1995
* Daayraa (The Square Circle) – 1996
* Anahat (Forever)
* Kairee (Raw mango) – 2001
* Dhyaas Parva (Kal Kaa Aadmi in Hindi) – 2001 (based on Raghunath Karve’s life, won the National Award for Best film on family welfare)
* Paheli (Riddle) – 2005
* Quest (Thaang – English) – 2006 (won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English)
* Samantar (Marathi) – 2009 (with Sharmila Tagore)

TV Serials:

* Kachchi Dhoop – 1987
* Naqab – 1988
* Paoolkhuna – 1993
* Mrignayanee – 1991
* Kareena Kareena – 2004

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