List of Gujarati films

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This is a list of films produced by Gujarati film industry and in Gujarati language. Narsinh Mehta was the first Gujarati language film, released in 1932.[1][2][3]

No. of films per year[4][5]
Year No. of films
1932 2
1933 0
1934 1
1935 1
1936 3
1939 1
1940 1
1946 1
1947 11
1948 27
1949 17
1950 13
1951 6
1952 2
1955 3
1956 3
1958 1
1960 2
1961 7
1962 5
1963 6
1964 2
1965 5
1966 2
1967 3
1968 3
1969 6
1970 5
1971 2
1972 4
1973 5
1974 7
1975 12
1976 29
1977 30
1978 32
1979 38
1980 34
1981 34
1982 39
1983 27
1984 30
1985 22
1986 13
1987 11
1988 6
1989 9
1990 14
1991 16
1992 5
1993 3
1994 6
1995 9
1996 5
1997 10
1998 15
1999 27
2000 29
2001 12
2002 15
2003 14
2004 13
2005 17
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010 65[6]
2011 63[7]
2012 72[8]
2013
2014 65[9]
2015 68[9]
2016
2017
2018
2019

1930s[edit]

  • Narsinh Mehta (1932)
  • Sati Savitri (1932)
  • Gunsundari (1934)
  • Ghar Jamai (1935)
  • Be Kharab Jan / Do Diwane (1936)

1940s[edit]

  • Ranakdevi (1946)
  • Meerabai (1946)
  • Gunsundari (1948)
  • Kariyavar (1948)
  • Vadilona Vanke (1948)
  • Jogidas Khuman (1948)
  • Nanand Bhojai (1948)
  • Vevishal (1949)
  • Mangalfera (1949)
  • Gada no Bel (1950)
  • Kahyagaro Kanth (1950)

1950s[edit]

  • Kanyadan (1951)
  • Mulu Manek (1955)
  • Vidhata (1956)
  • Malela Jeev (1956)

1960s[edit]

  • Mehndi Rang Lagyo (1960)
  • Kadu Makrani (1960)
  • Chundadi Chokha (1961)
  • Ghar Deevdi (1961)
  • Nandanvan (1961)
  • Hiro Salaat (1961)
  • Veer Ramwalo (1961)
  • Jogidas Khuman (1962)
  • Gharni Shobha (1963)
  • Akhand Saubhagyavati (1963)
  • Vanraj Chavdo (1963)
  • Ramat Ramade Ram (1964)
  • Panetar (1965)
  • Kalapi (1966)
  • Liludi Dharati (1968)
  • Mare Jaavu Pele Paar (1968)
  • Kanku (1969)
  • Bahuroopi (1969)
  • Sansarleela (1969)

1970s[edit]

  • Jigar ane Ami (1970)
  • Vidhina lekh (1970)
  • Upar Gagan Vishal (1971)
  • Jesal Toral (1971)
  • Upar Gagan Vishal (1971)
  • Gunsundarino Gharsansar (1972)
  • Jher To Pidhan Jaani Jaani (1972)
  • Raja Bharathari (1973)
  • Kadu Makrani (1973)
  • Valo Nameri (1973)
  • Jay Ranchhod (1973)
  • Sheth Sagalsha (1973)
  • Janamteep (1973)
  • Vala Taro Deshma Danko (1973)
  • Ranakdevi (1973)
  • Mahasati Savitri (1973)
  • Hothal Padmani (1974)
  • Kadu Makrani (1974)
  • Kunwarbai nu Mameru (1974)
  • Harishchandra Taramati (1974)
  • Shetal Ne Kanthe (1975)
  • Sant Surdas (1975)
  • Chundadi No Rang (1975)
  • Kanchan Ane Ganga (1975)
  • Jogidas Khuman (1975)
  • Mena Gurjari (1975)
  • Jai Ranchhod (1975)
  • Tanariri (1975)
  • Bhadar Tara Vehta Pani (1975)
  • Shetalne Kanthe (1976)
  • Bhaibandhi (1976)
  • Chundadino Rang (1976)
  • Malavpati Munj (1976)
  • Ra'Navghan (1976)
  • Veer Mangadavalo (1976)
  • Sonbai Ni Chundadi (1976)
  • Lakha Loyan (1976)
  • Man No Manigar (1976)
  • Khamma Mara Veera (1976)
  • Santu Rangili (1976)
  • Veer Mangdavalo (1976)
  • Sonano Suraj (1977)
  • Son Kansari (1977)
  • Mena Gurjari (1977)
  • Manek Thambh (1977)
  • Shree Balkrishna Lila (1977)
  • Dharti Mata (1977)
  • Janam Janam na Sathi (1977)
  • Kulvadhu (1977)
  • Kariyavar(1977)
  • Bhrashtachar Murdabad (1977)
  • Mari Hel Utaro Raj (1977)
  • Halaman Jethvo (1977)
  • Manno Manigar (1977)
  • Paiso Bole Chhe (1977)
  • Sadavant Savlinga (1977)
  • Chundadi Odhi Tara Naam Ni (1978)
  • Dada Khetrapal (1978)
  • Manek Thumbh (1978)
  • Patri Parmar (1978)
  • Malavpati Munj (1978)
  • Jai Khodiar Maa (1978)
  • Man No Manigar (1978)
  • Gharsansar (1978)
  • Ver Ni Vasulat (1978)
  • Visamo (1978)
  • Miya Fuski 007 (1978)
  • Nari Tu Narayani (1978)
  • Amarsinh Rathod (1979)
  • Garvo Garasiyo (1979)
  • Kunwari Satino Kesari Kanth (1979)
  • Lalwadi Phoolwadi (1979)
  • Navrang Chundadi (1979)
  • Rupli Datanwali (1979)
  • Tame Re Champo Ne Ame Kel (1979)
  • Bhathiji Maharaj (1979)
  • Kashino Dikro (1979)
  • Preet Khandani Dhar (1979)
  • Rang Rasiya (1979)
  • Sona Indhoni Rupa Bedlun (1979)
  • Suraj Chandrani Sakhe (1979)
  • Vahue Vagovya Mota Khorda (1979)
  • Veer Pasali (1979)

1980s[edit]

  • Bhavni Bhavai (1980)
  • Lohini Sagaai (1980)
  • Jog Sanjog (1980)
  • Saurashtrano Sinh - Chhelbhai (1980)
  • Chitadano Chor (1980)
  • Jivi Rabaran (1980)
  • Kesar Kathiyani (1980)
  • Koino Ladakvayo (1980)
  • Namni Nagarvel (1980)
  • Sorathni Padmini (1980)
  • Jagya Tyarthi Sawar (1981)
  • Amar Devidas (1981)
  • Bhav Bhavna Bheru (1981)
  • Mehulo Luhar (1981)
  • Sheth Jagadusha (1981)
  • Vansali Vagi Valamni (1981)
  • Sant Rohidas (1982)
  • Ma Vina Suno Sansar (1982)
  • Parki Thapan (1982)
  • Retina Ratan (1982)
  • Vachhada Dadani Dikri (1983)
  • Dholamaru (1983)
  • Dharatina Ami (1984)
  • Mali Methan (1984)
  • Manasaina Diva (1984)
  • Machchhu Tara Vaheta Pani (1984)
  • Nagmati Nagvalo (1984)
  • Sajan Sonalde (1984)
  • Meru Malan (1985)
  • Malo Naagde (1985)
  • Lohi Bhini Chundadi (1986)
  • Shetal Tara Oonda Paani (1986)
  • Sole Somwar (1988)
  • Percy (1989)

1990s[edit]

  • Prem Bandhan (1991)
  • Bhadarne Kanthe (1991)
  • Hun Hunshi Hunshilal (1992)
  • Manvini Bhavai (1993)
  • Oonchi Medina Ooncha Mol (1997)
  • Parbhavni Preet (1997)
  • Mahisagarna Moti (1998)
  • Desh Re Joya Dada Pardesh Joya (1998)
  • Dariya Chhoru (1999)
  • Pandadu Lilu Ne Rang Rato (1999)

2000s[edit]

  • Daldu Chorayu Dhire Dhire(2000)
  • Maiyar Ma Manadu Nathi Lagtu (2001)
  • Dhudki Taari Maya Laagi (2003)
  • Love is Blind (2005)
  • Gam Ma Piyariyu Ne Gam Ma Sasariyu (2005)
  • Muratiyo No. 1 (2005)
  • Ek Var Piyu Ne Malva Aavje (2006)
  • Muthi Uchero Manas (2006)
  • Radha Tara Vina Gamtu Nathi (2007)
  • Vanechandno Varghodo (2007)
  • Better Half (2008)
  • Mota Gharni Vahu (2008)
  • Dukhda Haro Ma Dashama (2008)
  • Dholi Taro Dhol Vage (2008)
  • Little Zizou (2009)
  • Vaagi Kalje Katari Tara Premni (2010)

2010s[edit]

Lists[edit]

2020s[edit]

Lists[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gujarati cinema: A battle for relevance". 16 December 2012.
  2. ^ "NEWS: Limping at 75". Screen. 4 May 2007.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "'Dhollywood' at 75 finds few takers in urban Gujarat". Financial Express. 22 April 2007.
  4. ^ Rajadhyaksha, Ashish; Willemen, Paul (2014-07-10). Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema. Routledge. pp. 30–32. ISBN 978-1-135-94318-9.
  5. ^ Thaker 2007, p. 516.
  6. ^ "Annual Report 2010" (PDF). CBFC. 2011. pp. 33, 52.
  7. ^ "Annual Report 2011" (PDF). CBFC. 2012. pp. 35, 55, 58.
  8. ^ "Gujarati cinema: A battle for relevance". dna. 16 December 2012. Archived from the original on 17 July 2015. Retrieved 15 July 2015.
  9. ^ a b "Gujarati Films to hit a century this year". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 22 June 2016. Retrieved 5 August 2017.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Thaker, Dhirubhai; Desai, Kumarpal, eds. (2007). Gujarat: A Panorama of the Heritage of Gujarat. Prakashan: 2 (1st ed.). Ahmedabad: Smt. Hiralaxmi Navanitbhai Shah Dhanya Gurjari Kendra, Gujarat Vishwakosh Trust. pp. 512–532.

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