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Hellaro Gujarati Movie | Release Date | Cast | Actress | Actors | Real Names | Awards | Wiki



Hellaro Gujarati Movie | Release Date | Cast | Actress | Actors | Real Names | Awards | Wiki

Hellaro is upcoming Gujarati Movie. Gujarati movie 'Hellaro' starring Shraddha Dangar, Jayesh More, Prapti Mehta, Shailesh Prajapati and Ankit Dave. 'Hellaro' movie is directed by Abhishek Shah and produced by Ashish C Patel, Nirav C Patel, Aayush Patel, Abhishek Shah, Mit Jani and Prateek Gupta. Hellaro is a Gujarati film that won the "Best Feature Film" award and "Special Jury" award at the 66th National Film Awards. This is the first time in the history that a Gujarati film has won the Golden Lotus Award. The film will be releasing on 8th November 2019.


Release Date: 08 November, 2019

Synopsis:


During the Emergency in India, a group of suppressed women from a village in Kutch, find someone in the desert and their lives are changed forever.

Directed by Abhishek Shah

Produced by Ashish C Patel, Nirav C Patel, Aayush Patel, Abhishek Shah, Mit Jani and Prateek Gupta.


Cast :

Shraddha Dangar as Manjhri

Jayesh More as Mulji

Prapti Mehta as Sita

Shailesh Prajapati as Mukhi

Ankit Dave as Radha's husband

Kaushambi Bhatt as Champa

Parv Bhatt as Champa's husband

Aarjav Trivedi as Arjan

Denisha Ghumra as Radha

Esha Kansara as Mudi

Maulik Nayak as Bhaglo

Tarjanee Bhadla as Gauri

Vrund Pokar as Hansa's son

Tejal Panchasara as Gomti

Jay Pokar as Jorsangh

Pankaj Soni as Devaji

Shachi Joshi as Ganga

Swati Dave as Amba

Ekta Bachwani as Hansa

Saurabh Joshi as Ramtuji

Shreyans Bagga as Kanchan's son

Mit Jani as Ramlo

Anjali Gor as Mangla

Rajan Thakar as Ranmal

Kishan Gadhvi as Ravji

Shailesh Prajapati as Mukhi

Riddhi Yadav as Kanchan

Jitendra Bagga as Govo

Jagruti Thakore as Rudi

Ramesh Sonpar as Mulji village mukhi

Kamal Bora as Jivaji

Nilesh Parmar as Kanji

Manoj Solanki as Leela's husband

Hemali Chauhan as Ganga's Mother in Law

Pradyumansingh Jadeja as Kano

Kuldip Shukla as Ganga husband

Pushti Soni as Champa's daughter

Niilam Paanchal as Leela

Kamini Panchal as Mena

Jay Sharma as Panch 1

Mosin Kumbhar as Radha's son

Rajesh Bhavsar as Rudi's husband

Gopal Prajapati as Kaalu

Dhriti Patel as Reva

Hardik Bhavsar as Lalji

Yash Baru as Mena's son

Atul Gor as Mena's husband

Shahil Bhoriya as Young Ranmal

Robin Thacker as Kamlo

Heer Zaveri as Mena's daughter

Prakash Parmar as Hansa's husband

Meena Bora as Leela's Mother in Law

Arvind Kariya as Bhuvaji

Kamlesh Parmar as Savji

Brinda Trivedi as Kesar

Nirav Trivedi as Petha

Firoz Arab as Dahyo

Rizwan Khalifa as Rudi's son

Kajal Gadhvi as Ganga's daughter

Ayaaz Mahommed as Leela's son

Aakash Zala as Joravar

Aadhya Soni as Radha's daughter

Moti Bhai as Village Dholi

Chandu Patel as Panch 2

Samaben Khokhani as Champa's Mother in Law

Jigarali Koli as Champa's son

Story: Abhishek Shah

Screenplay:
 Abhishek Shah and Prateek Gupta

Lyrics and Dialogues: Saumya Joshi

Cinematographer: Tribhuvan Babu

Music: Mehul Surti

Choreographer: Samir Tanna and Arsh Tanna

Makeup Design: Srikant Desai

Costume Designer: Niki Joshi

Sound Design: Subash Sahoo

Production and Set Design: Ravi Popat and Sheel Thakore

Awards: National Film Award for Best Feature Film