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Dhudki Tari Maya Lagi Movie 34: A Sequel to the Classic Gujarati Love Story

Dhudki Tari Maya Lagi Movie 34 is an upcoming Gujarati film that is a sequel to the 2003 hit Dhudki Tari Maya Lagi. The original film, directed by Govindbhai Patel, was a romantic drama that told the story of Nathiya, a beggar with a heart of gold, and Dhudki, a simple village girl who fall in love despite the opposition of Vitthal, the greedy and cruel village head. The film was a blockbuster at the box office and received critical acclaim for its music, performances and message.

The sequel, which is slated to release in 2023, will continue the story of Nathiya and Dhudki after 20 years. The film will show how their love has survived the test of time and how they face new challenges and enemies in their life. The film will also introduce new characters, such as their children and grandchildren, who will have their own subplots and romances. The film will be a musical extravaganza with songs composed by Soor Mandir, who also composed the songs for the original film.

The film will star the original cast of Naresh Kanodia as Nathiya, Roma Manek as Dhudki and Arvind Rathod as Vitthal. The film will also feature new actors such as Malhar Thakar, Kinjal Rajpriya, Pratik Gandhi and Aarohi Patel in supporting roles. The film will be directed by Govindbhai Patel's son, Rakesh Patel, who has previously directed films such as Prem No Patang and Chhello Divas.

Dhudki Tari Maya Lagi Movie 34 is expected to be a treat for the fans of Gujarati cinema and a tribute to the legacy of Govindbhai Patel, who passed away in 2020. The film will be released in theatres across Gujarat and other parts of India where there is a demand for Gujarati films.

Gujarati cinema has a rich and diverse history that spans over nine decades. The industry has witnessed various phases of growth and decline, as well as changes in themes, genres and styles. Here is a brief overview of the evolution of Gujarati cinema over the years.

Silent film era (1913â1931)

Before the advent of talkies, many silent films were closely related to the Gujarati people and their culture. Many directors, producers and actors who were Gujarati or Parsi worked in the silent film industry, mostly based in Bombay (now Mumbai). Between 1913 and 1931, there were twenty leading film companies and studios owned by Gujaratis, and at least forty-four leading Gujarati directors. Some of the notable silent films related to Gujarat were Bilwamangal (1919), based on a story by Gujarati writer Champshi Udeshi; Narsinh Mehta (1920), based on the life of the saint-poet; Bhakta Vidur (1921), based on the Mahabharata character; Kach-Devyani (1920), based on a Gujarati folk tale; and Gunasundari (1927), based on a Gujarati novel by Jhaverchand Meghani.

Early talkies (1932â1947)

The first short Gujarati sound film was Chavchav No Murabbo (1931), which featured the first sound in any Indian film: "Mane Mankad Karde". The first full-length Gujarati talkie was Narsinh Mehta (1932), directed by Nanubhai Vakil, which was also the first biographical film in India. The film was a success and established Vakil as a prominent director in Gujarati cinema. Other early talkies included Sati Savitri (1932), based on the mythological story of Savitri and Satyavan; Ghar Jamai (1935), a comedy with a social message about women's freedom; Kariyavar (1936), a social drama about caste discrimination; Leeludi Dharti (1948), a patriotic film about the freedom struggle; and Vadilona Vanke (1948), a comedy about a father's dilemma.

Golden era (1948â1970)

After the independence of India in 1947, there was a surge in film production in Gujarat. In 1948 alone, 26 Gujarati films were released. The films of this era focused on saint, sati, dacoit, mythological and folk stories, as well as literary works. Some of the prominent directors of this era were Homi Master, Ratilal Hemchand Punatar, Ravindra Dave, Akbar Khamisu Khan and Mehboob Khan. Some of


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