Ram gabale was born in 1924. He directed around 26 Marathi and Hindi films and more than 60 documentaries and many short films and ad films. He was also one of the assistant directors in Richard Attenborough's Oscar winning Gandhi (1982).
Making his initial start by assisting film-maker, Master Vinayak, from 1944-45, Gabale took to direction after graduating from Raj Ram College in Kolhapur. ‘‘I was extremely fortunate to have got a break so early in my career." he said later. After this, Gabale moved to Mumbai and worked with the Rajkamal Studios. Soon, Gabale got a break as a director at the Prabhat Studios in Pune. Here he directed his first movie Vande Mataram , starring late Pu La Deshpande and his wife Sunita in 1947, when he was just 23-years-old. Prior to that ...» read full biography