Based on the popular play of the same name, Chandrakant Kulkarni’s Dhyanimani tells the story of Samir (Abhijeet Khandkekar) and Aparna (Mrunmayee Deshpande) who decide to visit Sada (Mahesh Manjrekar) – an ex-student of Samir’s father. Sada lives with his wife Shalini (Ashwini Bhave) and son Mohit in Roha and is working as a project manager for an upcoming resort. Mohit is gone for a picnic when Samir and Aparna arrive. Shalini pesters Sada to find where Mohit is when he does not return from the picnic even as the night beckons. But a shocking secret awaits everyone.Continue reading “Dhyanimani Movie Review: Lost In Theatrics”
After a major triumph last year in the form of Tukaram, the team of Ajit Dalvi-Prashant Dalvi as writers and Chandrakant Kulkarni as a director is back this year with their next film “Aajch Divas Majha(Today Is My Day)’.
Touted to be a political thriller, the film throws light on the tug of war between the IAS officers and the Chief Minister. Vishvashrao Mohite (Sachin Khedekar), Chief Minister of Maharashtra, is an honest politician who cares for the poor. When he accuses a very powerful IAS officer(Mahesh Manjrekar) of malpractice, but the IAS officer turns the table on the CM. What ensues is a fight by the CM to keep his self-esteem alive.
The 90s actress Ashwini Bhave is also playing the role of the Chief Minister’s wife.
The movie releases on the 25th of January, 2013.
Tukaram is a forthcoming Marathi movie directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni and produced by Sanjay Chhabria. A biopic on the life and times of Sant Tukaram, a popular 17th century saint and poet from Maharashtra, the film stars Jitendra Joshi in and as Tukaram.Continue reading “Tukaram-Trailer”
Tukaram is a forthcoming Marathi movie directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni and produced by Sanjay Chhabria. A biopic on the life and times of Sant Tukaram, a popular 17th century saint and poet from Maharashtra, the film stars Jitendra Joshi in and as Tukaram. Also starring Radhika Apte, Veena Jaamkar, Yatin Karyekar etc, the film has music by Ashok Patki and Avadhoot Gupte. Written by Ajit Dalvi and Prashant Dalvi, Rajen Kothari is the DOP and Ballu Saluja the editor.
The earlier 1936 film Sant Tukaram is still widely remembered in the Marathi cinema circles and here’s hoping that the 2012 version also emerges as a film worthy enough to be remembered as well. Tukaram is expected to release shortly and till then do check out the trailer of the film-