Director: Dada Kondke
Stars: Master Bhagwan, Viju Khote and Manmauji
Krishna Kondke (August 8, 1932 - March 14, 1998), popularly known as Dada Kondke, was a Marathi actor and film producer. He was one of the most renowned personalities in Marathi film industry, famous for his double entendre dialogs in movies.
Dada Kondke was born in a mill-worker's family in Naigaon in central Mumbai on Gokulashtami day and hence was named Krishna.Even though it is popularly believed that Dada Kondke was entered in the Guinness Book of World Records for the highest number of films (nine) that achieved silver jubilee (running for 25 consecutive weeks), no such entry exists. Krishna Kondke was called "Dada", an honorific Marathi term meaning "elder brother", which lead to his popular name Dada Kondke.
Tamasha and stage drama's have always played an important role in Marathi entertainment industry. Dada had started his entertainment career with a band and then as a stage actor. While working for drama Dada toured all over Maharashtra which helped him understand what entertainment meant to the local population. This learning can be seen in his movies which targeted the masses rather than any particular social class.
It was during this time that Dada got involved in cultural activities of Seva Dal. He started working in drama's and came in contact with various drama related personalities one of who was Vasant Sabnis, a well known Marathi writer. Dada decided to play big and started his own drama company, and approached Sabnis to compose a drama script for him. Sabnis was impressed with Dada's personality and his performance in "Khankhanpurcha Raja" (literal translation, Bankrupt king), and wrote a drama entitled, "Vichha Majhi Puri Kara" (literal translation, Fulfill my desires), which was a turning point in Dada's life. The drama went on to play over 1500 shows and made Dada a star. The drama got Dada into spotlight and also gave him an entry into Marathi movies through a role in Bhalji Pendharkar's movie "Tambdi Maati". This was followed by a lead role in "Songadya" a block buster which turned Dada's world around. Dada kept on delivering one hit after the other. He retained his team from Songadya and delivered his next hit "Ekta jeev Sadashiv". 
Dada Kondke's storylines were always based on the simpleton. He used same team of actors, technicians and playback singers to repeat the formula for success that he believed he had got from his debut film. Dada movies, produced under the "Kamakshi Pictures" banner, had the same set of people, which included Usha Chavan as the lead actress, Raam Laxman as his music director, initially Jayawant Kulkarni and then Mahendra Kapoor as the male, and Usha Mangeshkar as the female playback singer, and Bal Mohite as the chief assistant.
On March 14, 1998 at 3.30 am, at his residence Rama Niwas in Dadar, Mumbai Dada Kondke suffered a heart attack. He was rushed to Shushrusha Nursing Home, a stone's throw away from his residence, where he breathed his last. Dr Anil Wakankar, his physician-cum-friend, had given him a routine check-up only the previous day. He was working on a film Jaraa Dheer Dhara with Usha Chavan when the end came. A few months after his death it came to light that he was surprisingly brought home when the doctors at Sushrusha decided to have a post mortem. Unconfirmed reports are that his domestic help and two local politicians were present at the time of his death.
Marathi Drama - On stage with Writer Vasant Sabnis's "Vichha Majhi Puri Kara" more than 100 shows.
Marathi Movies - Bhalji Pendharkar, took him into Marathi Cinema i.e. Tambadi Maati.
1969: Tambdi Maati
1981: Ganimi Kawa
His home-productions 16 Marathi Movies -
1971: Songadya Usha Chavan, actress.
1972: Eakta Jeev Sadashiv
1973: Andhala Marto Dola
1975: Pandu Hawaldar Usha Chavan, actress.
1976: Tumch Amach Jama
1977: Ram Ram Gangaram Usha Chavan, actress.
1978: Bot Lavin Tithe Gudgudalya Usha Chavan, actress.
1980: Hyoch Navra Pahije Jayshree Tee, actress.
1987: Aalee Angawar Usha Chavan, actress.
1988: Muka Ghya Muka
1990: Palva Palvi- produced and owned by Vijay Kondke
1992: Yevu Kaa Gharaat
1994: Sasarche Dhotar
His home-productions 4 Hindi Movies -
1984 : Tere Mere Beech Mein
1985 : Andheri Ratme Diya Tere Hathme
1986 : Khol De Meri Juban
1989 : Aage Ki Soch Swapna, actress.
Other Languages Movies -
1977 : Chandu Jamadar - Gujarati
Other : Le Chal Apne Sang (2000) (dedicated to the memory of)- produced by Sunita Kondke