Mog Kela Eka Mekaso | Goan konkani Song | Nisha
Watch the melodious Goan konkani video song (konkani song) Mog Kela Eka Mekaso (Sobit amchem Baga) from the film Nisha.
Song : Mog Kela Eka Mekaso ( Sobit amchem Baga )
Source: Sergio Pinto
About: Konkani cinema
Konkani cinema is an Indian film industry, where films are made in the Konkani language, which is spoken mainly in the Indian states of Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka and to a smaller extent in Kerala. Konkani films have been produced in Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Kerala.
As of 2013, when Indian film industry celebrated it’s centenary, a total of 45 feature films were released. This was an increase over a total of 31 films made until 2009 as documented by Isidore Dantas in his book, Konkani Cholchitram.
The first full length Konkani film was Sukhi Konn produced by GMB Rodrigues in 1949 but was never released. Mogacho Anvddo, was released on April 24, 1950, and was produced and directed by Jerry Braganza, a native of Mapusa, under the banner of ETICA Pictures. Hence, 24 April is celebrated as Konkani Film Day.
Konkani film Paltadcho manis has been included in the world’s best films of 2009 list.
Konkani films are eligible for the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Konkani. The most commercially successful Konkani film (as of June 2011) is O Maria directed by Rajendra Talak.
In 2012, the whole new change adopted in Konkani Cinema by introducing Digital Theatrical Film “The Victim” directed by Milroy Goes.
Some old Konkani films are Sukhachem Sopon, Amchem Noxib, Nirmonn, Mhoji Ghorkarn, Kortubancho Sonvsar, Jivit Amchem Oxem, Mog ani Moipas, Bhuierantlo Munis, Suzanne, Boglantt, Padri and Bhogsonne. Ujwadu is a 2011 Konkani film directed by Kasargod Chinna and produced by KJ Dhananjaya and Anuradha Padiyar.
Numerous short films have been made in Konkani such as Cheddum…the Girl by Sharon Mazarello.
List of Konkani Movies
Goan dialects Southern Saraswat dialect Mangalorean Catholic dialect Mixed dialects
|1950||Mogacho Anvddo||Jerry Braganza||Jerry Braganza||The first full length Konkani film|
|1963||Amchem Noxib||Franklin Fernandes||Franklin Fernandes|
|1966||Nirmonn||Franklin Fernandes||A. Salam||The film won two National Awards at the hands of India’s then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.|
|1967||Sukhachem Sopon||Jerry Braganza||Jerry Braganza|
|1971||Jivit Amchem Oxem|
|1977||Mog ani Moipass||United Youngsters of Mangalore brought out the first colored Konkani film|
|1978||Tisri Chitt||Produced in 1973|
|1981||Jana Mana||GSB Mandal|
|1988||Kazara Uprant||Henry D’Silva Suratkal|
|2004||Aleesha||Rajendra Talak||Rajendra Talak||National Award for Best Feature Film in Konkani at the 52nd National Film Awards|
|2006||Antarnad||Rajendra Talak||Rajendra Talak||National Award for Best Feature Film in Konkani at the 57th National Film Awards|
|2009||Paltadcho manis||NFDC||Laxmikant Shetgaonkar||This Film has been included in the world’s best films of 2009 list.|
|2009||Kazar||Frank Fernandes||Richard Castelino|
|2010||Tum Kitem Kortolo Aslo?||Sharon Mazarello||Sharon Mazarello||Screened at Addis Ababa international film festival and Marbella International Film Festival, premiered at Kuwait|
|2011||O Maria||Rajendra Talak.||The most commercially successful Konkani film|
|2011||Ujwadu||KJ Dhananjaya and Anuradha Padiyar||Kasargod Chinna|
|2012||The Victim||Milroy Goes||First Digital Theatrical Film|
|2013||Baga Beach||Pramod Salgaocar||Laxmikant Shetgaonkar||Screened at International Film Festival of India and won a national award.|
|2014||Home Sweet Home ||Swapnil Shetkar|
|2015||Nachom-ia Kumpasar||Goa Folklore Productions||Bardroy Barretto||Crowd funded film, recipient of multiple awards|
|2015||Enemy||A.D. Prasad||Dinesh P. Bhonsle||Won a national award|
|2016||Ek Aslear Ek Na||Frank Fernandes||Pradeep Paladka|
|2016||Noxibacho Khell||Henry D’Silva Suratkal||Harry Fernandes||Post Production|