On the occasion of Shiv Sena Foundation Day, Kedar Shinde remembered Balasaheb Thackeray

Famous director and actor is the grandson of famous Marathi folk artist Shahir Sable.

June 19 was the 56th founding day of Shiv Sena.

Marathi filmmaker Kedar Shinde commemorated Shiv Sena founder Balasaheb Thackeray on the occasion of the party’s 56th founding day. Shinde has shared a throwback photo of his father with Balasaheb.

While sharing the photo, Shinde wrote a lengthy letter and once revealed how Balasaheb Thackeray had come to his father’s house to meet him. “Today is Shiv Sena’s founding day … Old memories are fresh … Thackeray’s (Balasaheb Thackeray’s) visit to Baba’s home in western Maharashtra, despite the terror of veteran leaders of the time, Thackeray began his remarks The famous English daily had published a big picture of Baba in the newspaper and criticized Baba as ‘Balasaheb’s misleading blood thirsty’.

According to Shinde, the newspaper had also asked his father to stay away from Shiv Sena. While writing the history of Shiv Sena, his father’s contribution is not mentioned, said Shinde.

“I remember all this today. Baba voted for Shiv Sena till the end. Uncle Thackeray also loved Sable’s family. But sadly, when the history of Shiv Sena is written, Baba’s contribution will not be mentioned in it.

Famous director and actor is the grandson of famous Marathi folk artist Shahir Sable. Shahir’s son and his mama are famous musician and singer Devdutt Sable.

Kedar Shinde has directed the Marathi films Rangeela Raiba, Aang Bai Arechtraya 2, Kho Kho and Irada Paknka. Kedar Shinde has directed not only films but also Marathi TV series. The television show directed by Kedar Shinde includes Madhu Ithe and Chandra Dasamsa, Ghadale Badhale and many more.

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