Haryanvi cinema

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Haryanvi cinema, is the Haryanvi language film industry in the state of Haryana in India.


The first Haryanvi film was Beera Shera, released in 1973 in black and white. This film is directed by "K.K. Kundra" and the second film also the first color film was "Harphool Jaat Julani Aala" , released in 1974 but due to a lack of popularity of these films, the films were unsuccessful and then there were no films for many years in Haryana. After a long time in 1979 a famous director "Shyam Benegal" came to Rohtak, Haryana, to shoot his short film "Karishi Pandit" and "Chamatkaar". After that third Haryanvi film released in 1983, J.P Kaushik's "Bahurani" was influential enough to ensure that Haryanvi film production would continue. In 1984 the first financially successful film was "Chandrawal" directed by "Jayant Prabhakar" and is most popular in Haryana, Delhi, West Uttar Pradesh, North Rajasthan.

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.[1] Baljinder Kaur won National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in this film[2] 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.[citation needed]

Satrangi won the 63rd National Film Awards for the best Haryanvi film in 2016. For Satrangi Yashpal sharma received the Best Actor Award in JIFF in 2018. Satrangi won six awards in the Haryana International film festival, Hisar in 2017.


Name Est. City Type Details Website
Haryana International Film Festival 2016 Hisar International Annual showcase of Haryanvi films

Film artists[edit]




  • Rajeev Bhatia
  • Sundeep Sharma
  • Surinder Walia[3]


  • Neeraj Jangra

List of Haryanvi language films[edit]

  • Beera Shera
  • Dharti
  • Bahurani
  • Chandrawal
  • Chadra Kiran
  • Laado Basanti
  • Phool Badan
  • Jhanakdar Kangana
  • Bairee
  • Bataeu
  • Chabilee
  • Chail Gabharu
  • Chail Gaelyan Jaangi
  • Chand Chakori
  • Chandro
  • Chora Haryane Ka
  • Chora Jat Ka
  • Gulaabo
  • Jatani
  • Ke Supney Ka Jikar
  • Lambardaar
  • Mahara Pihar Sansara
  • Mahari Dharti Mahari Maa
  • Muklava
  • Panghat
  • Phaagan Aaya Re
  • Phool Badan
  • Piya
  • Premi Ramphal
  • Yaari
  • Laado [4]
  • Dhakar Chhora
  • Muthbhed - A Planned Encounter [5]
  • Chandrawal-2 [6]
  • Tera Mera Vaada
  • Modern Girl Desi Chhora
  • Maati Kare Pukar
  • London Ki Chhori
  • Kunba
  • Tere Te Pyar Hoya[7]
  • Yeh Kaisa Pal Do Pal Ka Pyaar
  • Kurbani Ek Junoon
  • Pagdi The Honour [8]
  • Satrangi

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Desk, Online (24 March 2015). "Complete List of The 62nd National Film Awards". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 12 August 2015.
  2. ^ "President Honours Cinematic Excellence at 62nd National Film Awards - May 03,2015". outlookindia.com. 10 August 2015. Retrieved 12 August 2015.
  3. ^ "London Ki Chhori- Cast, Reviews". Justdial.in. Retrieved 9 April 2019.
  4. ^ India, a reference annual. Publications Division, Indian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. 2001. p. 285.
  5. ^ "Political Statement". Indian Express. 10 June 2010. Retrieved 17 March 2011.
  6. ^ "Chandrawal-2: After years of honour killing, again a reel story - The Times of India". The Times Of India.
  7. ^ "Tere Te Pyar Hoya (2014)". HaryanviPortal.Com.
  8. ^ "Pagdi: The Honour (2014)".