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Eminent Writer, Music Director and Director Ajay Naik, who earlier made films like Bavre Prem He, Lagna Pahave Karun and Satrangi Re has once again played the same role in the forthcoming Marathi film ‘Hostel Days’, which is now ready for release on 29th December 2017. Prarthana Behere, Aroh Welankar and Virajas Kulkarni are in lead roles with Akshay Tanksale and Sanjay Jadhav playing pivotal roles.
“Hostel Days” is being presented by Shree Parshwa Productions and Twenty four Studios and produced by Subhash Bora, Chandan Gehlot and Harvinder Singh of Shree Parshwa Productions in association with Ajay Naik Productions.
“Hostel life has always had a special place in the memory of all those who have lived in a Hostel. And for those who couldn’t experience the Hostel Life ever, there has always been a fascination for it. The days spent in hostel always makes one nostalgic, while reminiscing those golden days of life” says Director Ajay Naik while announcing the release date of the film.
He further said that there have been many successful films on College Life, made in all languages around the world; however this is a unique film based specifically on the Hostel life. Thus ’Hostel Days’ has already aroused a lot of curiosity among the film goers.
Subhash Bora producer of the Film says, “We are very happy to announce our first film directed by the multitalented Ajay Naik” and added “The story deals with the Hostel Life in early 90s when there were no Mobile phones and Smart phones, no cable or dish TV, no internet and thus there was lot of fun. Hostel life back then was definitely more exciting than what it is now; hence today’s audiences will be reminded of those simpler times. This Musical film with its refreshing music will be really a feast to the audience.”