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Friday, October 17, 2008

Marathi Film Festival at Cinemax

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Cinemax Multiplex held a week-long festival of popular Marathi films from September 26 to October 1 at its theatres in Versova, Thane, Sion, Nasik and Nagpur. The 3rd Annual Marathi Film Festival screened films like Tingya, Valu, De Dhakka, Saade Maade Teen, Doghat Teesra Baki Sagla Visra and Amhi Satpute.
The closing ceremony was held at Cinemax, Sion on October 1 where Marathi filmmakers were felicitated.

101st Rajasthani film released
Along with the local folk it is also the non-resident Rajasthanis (NRRs) who have deep love for their language, culture and heritage. The credit for producing the 101st Rajasthani film Thane Naina Mein Basa Liyun goes to Om Prakash Panwar, a Rajasthani businessman settled in Chennai. Produced under the banner of Shree Naveen Films, the romantic film jointly scripted and directed by producer Om Prakash Panwar and Dilraj Banjara, stars Jeet Upendra, Mamta Soni, Ramesh Tewari, Kishore Bhanushali and Prakash Mali. Appu has composed music for lyrics penned by Suresh Mali and Dilraj Banjara. The latest Rajasthani film was released in the first week of September.

Vasundhara in Mani Ratnam film!
Actress Adhisaya now wants to be known by her real name Vasundhara henceforth. Having played the heroine in Peranmai opposite ‘Jayam’ Ravi, in the recently released film Jeyam Kondaan, she plays the villain’s girlfriend. Though thrilled at the response she has received for her performance in the film, the young actress is keen on playing heroine again. “No matter how well one performs in various characters, the adulation and prospects that emanate for heroines is missing. Therefore, I want to play the lead,” she states. Incidentally, there is a whiff in the air that Vasundhara is being considered for a Mani Ratnam film. However, when queried, the actress replied, “I have nothing to say at the moment.”

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