Makarand Mane was born on 22nd January 1984 in a town named Pandharpur, Maharsahtra, India. He finished his schooling in his hometown Akluj. His inclination to social work brought him to Manashakti Prayog Kendra in Lonavala near Pune where he finished his junior college.
On a visit to Pune, where he had gone to meet his friend at Lalit Kala Academy he happened to witness a play Ifizinia directed by Prof. Pravin Bhole. The ambience at the Academy and the play got him so involved that he ended up doing his graduation in Theatre and Drama from the same Academy in 2007.
After his education Makarand worked as an assistant director to many serials in Mumbai. He finally got to do a feature as chief assistant director under the able guidance of national award winning film maker Mr. Rajeev Patil in 72 miles and Vanshavel.
Makarand was later associate director to films like Lagna Pahave KarunMangalashtak Once MoreBavare Prem HeRingan is his first feature film as a director.

Accolades

Vitthal Patil and Ganesh Phuke and Mahesh Yewale and Yogesh Nikam and Makarand Mane
Best Youth Film, 2016

The Quest (Ringan)

Best Youth Film, 2016

The Quest (Ringan)

Farmer Arjun’s love and concern for his irrepressible son, Abhimanyu, motivates him to earn the money needed to buy back his ancestral land, lost to…

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Films

The Quest
2015

The Quest (Ringan)

India
2015

The Quest (Ringan)

Farmer Arjun’s love and concern for his irrepressible son, Abhimanyu, motivates him to earn the money needed to buy back his ancestral land, lost to…

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