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History of Haryanvi Cinema

Haryanvi cinema

Hariyanvi cinema refers to the Haryanvi language film industry in Haryana state in North India.

Dharti (1968) is known as the first Haryanvi language film made in Haryana. This film did not do well at the box office. Devi Shankar Prabhakar's 1984 classic Chandrawal has cult following to ensure that Haryanvi film production would continue. It was the third Haryanavi-language film to be released and the first of those films to be financially successful. It broke multiple box office records and was most successful in Haryana, Western U.P., Delhi and parts of Rajasthan.

History

The first Haryanvi film was Dharti release in 1968. In 1982, the third Haryanvi film, Bahurani, was released. This movie was the first successful Haryanvi film. Two years later in 1984, Devi Shankar Prabhakar's Chandrawal become the most successful Haryanvi film to date and broke box office records for Haryanvi films.

Laado, released in 2000, another successful movie starring Ashutosh Rana and directed by Ashwini Chaudhary, won the Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director at the National Film Awards. This was the first time a Haryanvi movie won a national award.

Pagdi The Honour, released in 2014, received two National Film Awards at the 62nd National Film Awards. Baljinder Kaur won National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in this film and the film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Haryanvi. The first haryanvi pop album in audio chhora haryane ka by ajay soni buwani wala and sonu sharma panchhi.

List of Haryanvi language films

  • 1. Dharti

  • 2. Beera Shera

  • 3. Bahurani

  • 4. Chandrawal

  • 5. Chadra Kiran

  • 6. Laado Basanti

  • 7. Phool Badan

  • 8. Jhanakdar Kangana

  • 9. Bairee

  • 10. Bataeu

  • 11. Chabilee

  • 12. Chail Gabharu

  • 13. Chail Gaelyan Jaangi

  • 14. Chand Chakori

  • 15. Chandro

  • 16. Chora Haryane Ka

  • 17. Chora Jat Ka

  • 18. Gulaabo

  • 19. Jatani

  • 20. Ke Supney Ka Jikar

  • 21. Lambardaar

  • 22. Mahara Pihar Sansara

  • 23. Mahari Dharti Mahari Maa

  • 24. Muklava

  • 25. Panghat

  • 26. Phaagan Aaya Re

  • 27. Phool Badan

  • 28. Piya

  • 29. Premi Ramphal

  • 30. Yaari

  • 31. Laado

  • 32. Dhakar Chhora

  • 33. Muthbhed - A Planned Encounter

  • 34. Chandrawal-2

  • 35. Tera Mera Vaada

  • 36. Modern Girl Desi Chhora

  • 37. Maati Kare Pukar (film)

  • 38. London Ki Chhori

  • 39. Kunba

  • 40. Tere Te Pyar Hoya

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