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From its posters and promos, Rege was successful in generating the required excitement to go and watch the film. But I was expecting some kind of disappointment also, for various reasons. One among them was that it’s the debut film of writer-director Abhijit Panse. Now who is Abhijit Panse? What he has...

The lives of three men – an elderly farmer, a middle-aged teacher and a young bachelor – turn upside down when the three find their pictures on a...

There was a huge buzz for Marathi film Lai Bhaari: like Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh making his debut in Marathi films, influential people producing...

From its promos, posters and all media promotion; Aandhali Koshimbir was supposed to be a comedy film. In fact, the film pretends to be a laugh riot....

Awareness campaigns mostly are boring and unattractive. Save trees, Save planet, Save paper, and also Save tigers; they all look like someone ordering...

A young doctor, aspiring to win a fellowship in the USA, messes up while operating a politician’s only son and becomes culprit of the latter’s death....

Kiran Yagnopavit’s Marathi film Salaam is based in around 1993-1994 in a village, which has a tradition of sending generations of people to Army and...

Writers certainly have too many limitations while writing a biopic, especially when the person, on whose life the film is being written, is alive. But,...

Gajendra Ahire’s latest Marathi film Postcard tells the story of a humble postman, who is transferred to different towns and cities, where he sometimes...

Cinematographer Mahesh Limaye, who shot a number of known films, has now turned director with Marathi film Yellow. What’s commendable is, rather than...