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"Amar Bhoopali" is a 1951 Indian film, produced and directed by V. Shantaram, written by Vishram Bedekar. It is a true story about a simple cow herder who has an innate gift of poetry set in waning days of Maratha confederacy circa early 1800s. It is an ode to the saffron flag of Marathas, calling on people to rise again against the foreign enemy. It was nominated in the category of Grand Prize of the Festival at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.
- country: India
- language: Marathi Language
- art direction by P.S. Kale
- written by Vishram Bedekar
- cinematography by G. Balkrishna
- music by Vasant Desai
- genres: Marathi cinema, World cinema
- released in (64 years ago)
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