Avadhoot Gupte unveils music of Premla Pictures ‘Chhand Priticha’ Movie releasing 10th November Avadhoot Gupte ensured that the music launch of Premla Pictures ’Chhand Priticha’ was one to remember because of the captivating Lavanis & peppy music with melodious vocals performed as he graced the event. Wishing good luck to the team of Chhand Priticha produced by Chandrakant Jadhav. Written…
Vyankatesh Bhonde, an ex-policeman turned private detective is also an animal lover in the Marathi film BHO BHO.
Marathi Cinema has made rapid strides in the recent times in the genres of drama, action and historical films.
Here is an original character that of Vyankatesh Bhonde, a middle aged man living in the Mumbai chawls. Being an ex-policeman and still residing in a chawl speaks of his integrity. But what the story unfolds subsequently is that this middle-aged guy is an animal lover too.
We have a locked flat and the police are here to investigate a murder. They hear a dog's bark from inside the locked flat, which when opened reveals a woman lying in a pool of blood and calmly sitting besides her is her pet dog.
The police gather some evidences and then they decide that it is the case of a pet dog losing its sanity and attacking its owner and tearing her apart.
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Sachin Pilgaonkar in & as Khansaheb in Essel Vision’s marathi film Katyar Kaljat Ghusali Mumbai: He started his career as a child actor in Marathi film Ha majha Marg Ekla and won the National award for the same and after that he never looked back. He is an ace actor, brilliant director, successful producer and joyous singer Sachin Pilgaonkar. And after his glorious 53…
A Marathi girl Meenakshi Deshpande (Rani Mukerji) falls in love with a Tamil artist Surya (Prithviraj). Aiyyaa is a funny (and odd) love story with the backdrop of a Tamil - Marathi cultural clash.
Meenakshi, the lead protagonist woos a stranger whom she desires. This young Maharashtrian woman is crazy, filmy and a dreamer who loves escaping into her own fantasy land.
She gets attracted to a painter, Surya (Prithviraj Sukumaran), as he “smells” good. Indian middle class girls usually do not have the freedom to choose their life partner, but here this girl defies her customs and chooses the boy of her dream.
Her parents have fixed her engagement to Madhav (Subodh Bhave). There are some amusing moments in most of the ordinary situations.
Poor girl, she is torn between her family’s choice and the man she desires. Aiyyaa does have its sensitive moments portraying the plight ....