Actor Usha Jadhav bags Best Actor Female award at IndoGerman Film week for the film Mai Ghat: Crime No. 103/2005 Versatile actor Usha Jadhav is widely known in the Marathi film industry too, has rendered such a powerful performance in the movie Mai Ghat: Crime No. 103/2005 that has ultimately fetched her the best actor female award at the IndoGerman…
A sequel to 2008 film Bhoothnath, features Amitabh Bachchan as Bhoothnath in Bhoothnath Returns, the ghost who is mocked by everyone when he enters the Bhoothworld. He is questioned about his abilities as a ghost as he could not even scare a child when he was on earth.
Bhoothnath is handed a token which will enable him to get life as a human being again on this earth. The only problem is that he has to wait for a long, long time. As per Hindu religion, a person after his death, get to live in any form such as an insect or ant or something that sort. But Bhoothnath was to live again as a human being and thats why the long waiting period.
Humiliated and tired of the mockery in the Bhoothworld, Bhoothnath requests the incharge of that world to give him one more chance to come to earth as a ghost and he promises that he would be successful in scaring some children, and clear out the mo ....
A young boy wanting to break the succession of traditional jobs in his low caste family. Dhag (Fire or Blaze) is a Marathi film directed by Shivaji Lotan Patil. It is an emotional, serious film.
Fire in the stomach usually makes a man shielded. It makes him fight against destiny and in this war, happiness, peace and satisfaction appear too distant like stars in the sky, what you just can see but can never achieve.
Death due to hunger and poverty takes its toll on large scale in emerging countries, but all lies behind it is lack of education.
This is a story of a boy Krishna (Hansaraj Jagtap), whose struggle against destiny amuses us. It is also a story of father Shripat (Upendra Limaye) who is uneducated and helplessly accepted the profession cremation since his childhood after death of his father to fulfill hunger of the family.
Death of a person in village brings smile on S ....
KARISMA KAPOOR & SHOBHA DE CELEBRATE WIFT INDIA’S RED DOT MOVEMENT WIFT India kick started its 3- day Red Dot Film festival on August 23rd at Films Division to showcase the films of the women from different fields who have won the National Award this year. Karisma Kapoor, Shobha De, Uma Da Cunha, Usha Jadhav and many more were present…