Chi Va Chi Sau Ka: Trailer

Paresh Mokashi is a name that Marathi audience is familiar with thanks to his films Harishchandrachi Factory and Elizabeth Ekadashi. He is now back with his latest film, Chi Va Chi Sau Ka. Appearing to be quite in contrast with his work in the past, the film is produced by Nikhil Sane and is written by Paresh Mokashi and Madhugandha Kulkarni. The music is by Narendra Bhide while Sudhir Palsane is the DOP and Abhijeet Deshpande is the editor. While Lalit Prabhakar and Mrinmayee Godbole play the leads, the rest of the cast includes Supriya Pathak, Jyoti Subhash, Sharmishtha Raut, Pournima & Bharat Ganeshpure among others.Continue reading “Chi Va Chi Sau Ka: Trailer”

Rajwade And Sons Marathi Movie Review: Of Joint Families And Complex Relationships

Living in a joint family is never easy. Often the eldest of the family members dominate and control the people in the household in every possible way. This dominance also extends to the vital decisions taken by the elders on behalf of the younger generation, including the career choices. Often these decisions are forcefully imposed on the people without making an attempt to understand what they really aspire for.Continue reading “Rajwade And Sons Marathi Movie Review: Of Joint Families And Complex Relationships”

Rajwade And Sons Marathi Movie : Trailer

Rajwade and Sons

Sachin Kundalkar is back with another marathi film after Happy Journey last year. This too stars Atul Kulkarni in the lead role along with Sachin Khedekar, Mrinal Kulkarni, Satish Alekar, Jyoti Subash, Siddharth Menon, Alok Rajwade, Mrinmayee Godbole, Krutika Deo among others.Continue reading “Rajwade And Sons Marathi Movie : Trailer”

Gabhricha Paus (The Damned Rain) Movie Review: Topnotch Cinema

Girish Kulkarni as 'Kisna', a cotton farmer contemplating suicide.

We Indians are basically very emotional. I may be wrong but I think no other ethnicity in the whole world is as emotional as us. So we tend to like all things which are emotional. Be it movies, tele-serials etc. Even in a reality show which is meant to judge a person’s singing, dancing etc. like talent, have full blown emotionally directed parts. No wonder the person for whom the public has the most sympathy ends up winning the show irrespective of his talent. I have met people who love Taare Zameen Par only for its high-on-emotions 2nd half.

Now, Gabhricha Paus is a marathi film on the sad state of farmers in the Vidharbha region of Maharashtra. It means “The Damned Rain” in local Vidharbha dialect. It is a term used to actually abuse the unpredictable nature of the rains.Continue reading “Gabhricha Paus (The Damned Rain) Movie Review: Topnotch Cinema”