Dada Kondke Age, Birthdate, Deathdate, Wife, Biography, Wiki

Krishna Kondke 8 August 1932 – 14 March 1998, famously known as Dada Kondke, was a Marathi on-screen character and filmmaker. He was a standout amongst the most prestigious identities in Marathi film industry, renowned for his ironic statement discoursed in motion pictures.

Kondke was born in a family owning a basic need shop and proprietors of chawls in Morbaug zone of Mumbai which were let out. His relatives were additionally foreman dealing with millworkers of Bombay Dyeing Dada was born on Gokulashtami day and subsequently was named Krishna. Dada Kondke was entered in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most noteworthy number of movies (nine) that accomplished silver celebration (running for 25 back to back weeks). Kondke was called “Dada”, an honorific Marathi term signifying “senior sibling”, which prompted his prevalent name Dada Kondke. He was credited with presenting the class of sex satire to Marathi film and Indian silver screen.

Dada Kondke

Krishna Kondke Biography

Real Name Krishna Kondke
Nickname Dada
Date Of Birth 8th Aug 1932
Age 89 Years
Profession Actor, Director, Lyricist, Writer
Nationality Indian
Hometown Ingavali, Tal-Bhor, Pune
Family Father- Not Known Mother- Not Known Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known
Religion Hindu

Dada Kondke's Physical Analysis (Approx)

Height in centimeters-in meters-in Feet Inches
Weight in Kilograms- kgin Pounds- lbs
Body Measurements - Chest: Inches- Waist: Inches- Biceps: Inches
Eye Color Not Available
Hair Color Not Available

Dada Kondke's Affairs

Marital Status married
Spouse Nalini Kondke (1960–1967)
Children Daughter- Son-

Dada Kondke's Movies

  • Tambdi Maati (1969)
  • Ganimi Kawa (1981)
  • Songadya (1971)
  • Ekta Jeev Sadashiv (1972)
  • Andhala Marto Dola (1973)
  • Pandu Hawaldar (1975)
  • Tumcha Amacha Jamala (1976)
  • Ram Ram Gangaram (1977)
  • Chandu Jamadar (1977)
  • Bot Lavin Tithe Gudgudalya (1978)
  • Hyoch Navra Pahije (1980)
  • Tere Mere Beech Mein (1984)
  • Andheri Raat Mein Diya Tere Haath Mein (1986)
  • Aalee Angawar (1987)
  • Mukaa Ghya Mukaa (1988)
  • Mala gheun chala (1989)
  • Palva Palvi (1990)
  • Yevu Kaa Gharaat (1992)
  • Saasarche Dhotar (1994)
  • Vajau Ka (1995)
  • Le Chal Apne Sang (2000)

Dada Kondke's Social Profiles & Contact Deatils

Leave a Comment