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Director  Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni
Language  Marathi
8.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Girish Kulkarni
Country  India
Deool movie poster
Writer  Girish Kulkarni (screenplay)
Release date  October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10) (at Pusan International Film Festival, South Korea) November 4, 2011 (2011-11-04) (in India)
Release date  September 15, 2011 (India)
Songs  Deva Tula Shodhu Kutha (Bhajan)
Cast  Nana Patekar (Bhau Galande), Dilip Prabhavalkar (Appa Kulkarni), Girish Kulkarni (Keshya), Mohan Agashe (Aamdar Saheb), Sonali Kulkarni (Vahini Saheb), Naseeruddin Shah (Dacoit)

Deool 2011 marathi movie

Deool (Marathi: देऊळ, English: The Temple) is a 2011 Indian Marathi film directed by Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni and produced by Abhijeet Gholap. The film stars Girish Kulkarni, Nana Patekar, Dilip Prabhawalkar, Sharvani Pillai, Sonali Kulkarni in lead roles. The film is about the effect of globalization on India's small towns and the terrible state of Indian villages, with a political backdrop.


Deool movie scenes

Deool won the 59th National Film Awards for Best Feature Film, Best Actor (Girish Kulkarni) and Best Dialogue (Girish Kulkarni).

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The film also marks the debut of veteran Hindi film actor Naseeruddin Shah in Marathi film industry.

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Deool Deool movie story synopsis Archives The Common Man SpeaksThe

Keshya is a village simpleton. One day, while sleeping under a tree after going in search of the village landlord's cow, he has hallucinations of Dutta (God) within the tree. He goes and tells a few people in the village including Vahini, the landlord's wife and Anna, an educated, city bred old man staying in the village. Some people rebuke him while some believe in what he says. The landlord, Bhau is disturbed by the developments. He is the unofficial head of the village though he has propped up a woman as the Sarpanch (village head). He has big political ambitions and is planning to build a hospital in the village under the guidance of Anna, which he can showcase of "development politics".


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  • Nana Patekar as Bhau Galande
  • Dilip Prabhawalkar as Anna Kulkarni
  • Sonali Kulkarni as Vahini
  • Girish Kulkarni as Keshya
  • Jyoti Subhash as Kanta, Keshya's Mother
  • Jyoti Malshe as Pinky
  • Atisha Naik as Sarpanch (Village head)
  • Usha Nadkarni as Sarpanch's Mother in Law
  • Kishor Kadam as Mahasangram
  • Shrikant Yadav as Appa Galande
  • Hrishikesh Joshi as Tommya (Jambuwant Rao)
  • Shashank Shende as Ninety
  • Sharvani Pillai
  • Mayur Khandge as Yamdya
  • Suhas Shirsat as Poytya
  • Abhijit Khaire as Audience
  • Vibhavari Deshpande as Poytya's Sister in Law
  • Bhakti Ratnaparakhi as Appa Galande's wife

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    Guest Appearance

  • Mohan Agashe as Aamdar Saheb
  • Naseeruddin Shah as Dacoit
  • Release

    Deool was scheduled to be released on 23 September 2011 but was later postponed to November. It was shown in Busan International Film Festival, South Korea, New York's South Asian International Film Festival, the Abu Dhabi International Film Festival and MAMI in Mumbai, and was released on 4 November 2011 nationwide.


    Music of Deool was composed by Mangesh Dhakade and lyrics were penned by Swanand Kirkire, Sudhir Moghe.

    Awards and recognition

    Deool gathered positive reviews from critics on release. Daily News & Analysis (DNA) gave the film a 4 star rating out of 5 saying, "There’s too much going for Deool. It is an Indian language film to be proud of. For God’s sake, don’t miss it."

    The movie won maximum number of awards (3) at 59th National Film Awards in 2011.

    National Film Awards
  • 2011: National Film Award for Best Feature Film
  • 2011: National Film Award for Best Actor - Girish Kulkarni
  • 2011: National Film Award for Best Screenplay (Best Dialogue) - Girish Kulkarni
  • References

    Deool Wikipedia
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