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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Marathi film Naal to release
Marathi film Naal produced by Zee Studios and Nagraj P Manjule will hit cinema houses all over Maharashtra on November 16. A trailer of the film was recently launched at a function held in Mumbai. The film set in the  backdrop of a village, revolves around an eight year old boy Chaitanya, son of a zamindar. Cinematographer Sudhakar Reddy Yankatti is making a debut as director with this film, and has also written the screenplay. The dialogues have been penned by Manjule. Cast: Nagraj Manjule, Devika D, Seva Chavan, Deepti Devi, Srinivas Polke.  Music- Adwait Nemlekar.

Marathi movie 'Gat Mat' ready
Gat Mat, an upcoming Marathi movie, based on romantic comedy, directed by Nishith Shrivastava, is scheduled to be released on November 16. The trailer of the film was recently launched. The film revolves around young lovers engaged in romance in their college days and their struggles to achieve their objectives. Akshay Tanksale, Nikhil Vairagar, Rasika Sunil and Purnima Dey are in important roles. Avdhut Gupte has scored the music. Anand Shinde has provided playback in his soulful voice. Samir Saptiskar has scored music for a song in the film.

Marathi film Madhuri set for release
Marathi film Madhuri produced by Mohsinbhai Akhtar will hit cinema houses on November 30. Sonali Kulkarni is playing a rocking role in this film. Urmila Matondkar made special efforts to present Sonali in different style for the picturisation of the song 'K Sera'. Sharad Kelkar, Sanhita Joshi and others are also essaying important roles. Swapnil Bandodkar, Janhavi Arora and Mugdha Karhade made special efforts to ensure that this song turns out to be a hit. Avadhut Gupte has scored the music. A special teaser of the film was recently launched.

Senior Citizens’ khayaal contest
Dadar Matunga Cultural Center organized khayaal singing competition for senior citizens on Saturday at 2 pm. The participants of 60 to 85 years of age can participate in this. AIR and Doordarshan recognized or professional artists cannot participate. Entry form available in the organization's office from 10 am to 6 pm and on their website as well as on Facebook. Contact Dadar Matunga Cultural Center: 77009 94495.

Marathi film ‘Vanilla, Strawberry..’ ready
Marathi film 'Vanilla Strawberry & Chocolate', a story of a girl and her favourite vanilla ice cream, is slated to be released all over Maharashtra on November 16 . The story revolves around Babu Pawar, a horse rider, living in picturesque Matheran along with his wife, son Chinu and his daughter Teju. Producer Girish-ji Vishwanath, who has also handled the story, screenplay, dialogues, lyrics and direction. Newcomer Janaki Pathak makes her debut with this film, along with Ravi Kale, Rajashri Nikam, Radhika Deshpande, Kshitij Deshpande, Vinod Jadhav and others. Co-director is Nilesh Deshpande.

Majhya Baykocha Priyakar to be released on Nov 23
The super-hit pair of Aniket Vishwasrao and Priyadarshan Jadhav now  in an upcoming Marathi film “Majhya Baykocha Priyakar” which is slated to be released on November  23. Bhagyashri Mote, Priya Gamre, Anshuman Vichare, Bharat G, Padmsingh, Suresh Pillai, Swati Pansare and Anupam Takmoghe are essaying important roles in this entertaining film, directed by Rajiv S Ruia. Deepak Ruia, Rajendra Goenka, Pradeep K Sharma, Anita Sharma, Dhaval Gada and Akshay  Gada are the main producers of the film.

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