The poignant and humorous narrative is set in the backdrop of India in the s, and it laments the decline of the middle class section of the society. The episodes in Batatychi Chal Marathi feature many interesting elements including a musical show, a cultural movement, songs for women, and also a few pages from the diaries of some of the residents of the tenement. Scores of a one man show based on the episode of Batatychi Chal Marathi have been presented in Marathi by Deshpande himself. The first show was held in , and it was the first one man show that was presented in the Marathi Theater.
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His family then moved to Jogeshwari. The family then moved to Vile Parle. He earned rupees daily. He gets allowance for every day meal from company. Education[ edit ] Deshpande studied at Parle Tilak Vidyalaya. Main article: Sunita Deshpande His first wife the former Ms. Sundar Divadkar from a family in Karjat died soon after the wedding in the early s.
On 12 June , Deshpande married his colleague, Sunita Thakur. He also worked for newly founded Doordarshan , the state owned Indian TV. He was seconded to the BBC for a year-long training.
After which he spent some time in France and in West Germany. It was this specific period and stays in these countries that his later travelogue "Apoorvai" was to be based upon. He went on to gain fame as an author, screenplay writer , actor, director, music director and singer.
He was aged He was survived by his wife Sunita. He died on the 54th anniversary of their wedding. Deshpande, in He produced several original works and also adapted of prominent works from other languages into Marathi.
Batatyachi Chal – बटाट्याची चाळ
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