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Marathi film CHORI CHA MAMLA 2 will also be made in five languages

Released on 31st January 2020 CHORI CHA MAMLA will now make a record. The production house is gearing up for CHORI CHA MAMLA 2 which will made in five languages Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Kannad apart from Marathi. It is first time happening that any Marathi film will be made in five languages.

Recently Priyadarshan Jadhav has shared a photo on social media confirming that these will be the cast of CHORI CHA MAMLA 2. Who will be others actors is not yet revealed.

Everest Entertainment presentation and Swaroop Studio’s film CHORI CHA MAMLA was produced by Sudhakar Omale, Aakash Pendharkar, Sachin Narkar, Vikas Pawar and Smita Omale. Directed by Priyadarshan Jadhav, the film stars Amruta Khanvilkar, Hemant Dhome, Jitendra Joshi, Aniket Vishwasrao, Kshiti Jog and Kirti Pendharkar. Also a dog was in pivotal role.

Trailer of Weddingcha Shinema released

From the traditional values to the modern fervors added to it, the wedding ceremony in Indian families has always been a festival to celebrate with extended relatives. The trailer was released Weddingcha Shinema gives surety of all that celebrated in modern weddings in middle class Marathi families. The trailer reinforces the high quality production values and subtle acting by leading actors assuring family entertainment. The film will release on April 12.

The trailer showcases pre-wedding shooting, dance practice by family members and the lot of discussions over the changing trends in the wedding ceremonies. This gives a full assurance of the entertainment to the audience from across the age groups.  Weddingcha Shinema depicts every aspect of the wedding celebration and catches every entertaining glimpse out of it.

Film’s teaser and three songs released earlier over last two months have been receiving overwhelming response and aroused the curiosity about the film. Leading actors from Marathi industry have upped the visual treats by their graceful acting clubbed by crispy and crunchy dialogues.

Weddingcha Shinema, is directorial debut of well-known music director Salil Kulkarni. Noted poet and Salil’stage partner Sandeep Khare has penned the songs from the film. ‘Weddingcha Shinema’ features  Mukta Barve, Bhau Kadam, Shivaji Satam, Alka Kubal, Sunil Barve, Ashwini Kalsekar, Pravin Tarade, Sankarshan Karhade, Prajakta Hanmagar, Yogini Pofale along with debutant lead pair Shivraj Waichal and Rucha Inamdar.

The story of the film is written by Salil Kulkarni and revolves around many lighter, soothing moments that we witness during the wedding ceremonies around us.‘Wedding cha Shinema would be a refreshing experience of Salil’s acumen in story, screen play, dialogs, music and direction.

Weddingcha Shinema is presented by Everest Entertainment and produced by Gerua and PESB. Everest Entertainment has many hit Marathi films to its credit. Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2 , Mumbai Pune Mumbai -3, Boyz 2 ,Baapjanma , Aamhi Doghi, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Hapus, Ideachi Kalpana, Tukaram, Aajacha Divas  Majha, Happy Journey, Coffee Ani Barech Kaahi and Time Please are some of them produced and presented by the company.

 

‘Ugichch Kaay Bhandaychay?..” second song from Weddingcha Shinema released

The most awaited Marathi film Weddingcha Shinema, directorial debut of noted music director Dr Salil Kulkarni, has created a buzz among cinegoers.  After the well received teaser released recently, the producers released today the second song ‘Ugichch Kaay Bhandaychay? Gol Gol, Punha Punha, Tech Tech, Kay Bolaycha?” of their movie. This song interestingly has not only penned but is also sung by Salil Kulkarni. The film is scheduled for release on April 12, 2019 across Maharashtra.

We often argue with the person whom we love or the person who loves us, even if there is no reason. This is a regular feature, be it at home, office, family functions and for that even while commuting or eating at restaurants. For arguing with the loved ones any place would do. That’s exactly what has been said through the song with aptly worded, superb picturisation and melodious music.

From the traditional values to the modern flavors added to it, the wedding ceremony in Indian families has always been a festival to celebrate with extended relatives. Weddingcha Shinema depicts every aspect of the wedding celebration and catches every entertaining glimpse out of it. The first teaser released recently underlined the high production values with pure entertainment facets of the film. It has become popular among the film patrons in Marathi.

‘Weddingcha Shinema’ features  leading Marathi actors including Mukta Barve, Bhau Kadam, Shivaji Satam, Alka Kubal, Sunil Barve, Ashwini Kalsekar, Pravin Tarade, Sankarshan Karhade, Prajakta Hanmagar, Yogini Pofale along with lead pair Shivraj Waichal and Rucha Inamdar.

The story of the film is written by Salil Kulkarni and revolves around many lighter, soothing moments that we witness during the wedding ceremonies around us.‘Wedding cha Shinema would be a refreshing experience of Salil’s acumen in story, screen play, dialogs, music and direction.

Weddingcha Shinema is presented by Everest Entertainment and produced by Gerua and PESB.

‘Bol Pakya Bol’… a song from “Weddings Cha Shinema” released

As the fever for the Valentine Day catches up with the youngsters, our hero Pakya is also all set to propose his girlfriend. Though his friends and well-wishers have gathered to prompt him for this endeavor, will Pakya help himself in gathering courage to take a step forward?

Pakya is the lead character in the much awaited Marathi film “Weddingcha Shinema”, and his attempts to propose to his lady love and coxing from his pals have been depicted in a most vibrant song that was on Monday, February 11. The film introduces Shivraj Waichal and Rucha Inamdar in the lead roles.

“Bol Bol Pakya, Kahitari Bol Pakya…. Are Bhid Naa, Are Nad Ki, Kahitari Bol Pakya…” sung by Eminent Singer Avdoot Gupte is the song where everybody around him urges him to propose to his girlfriend at the earliest. Pakya has been continuously failing in gathering courage in saying her ‘I love You’. The song exactly talks about what Pakya is up to and what’s his dilemma.

Prior to the song release, an impressive social media campaign run by the producers has helped the film making it a talking point among the patrons. Right from US president to Ranvir Singh and common people around us have been effectively utilized for the campaign. The song, aptly released on the eve of the Valentine Day, is all set to be a household rhyme and popular among the youths.

The film has already gathered buzz among Marathi film goers as it is a directorial debut of the celebrated music director Dr. Salil Kulkarni, who has also written the story of “Wedding Cha Shinema” to be released on April 12. The film is presented by Sanjay Chhabria of Everest Entertainment   while Nitin Vaidya is executive producer of the film.

The film is introducing a new couple Shivraj Waichal, Rucha Inamdar, besides leading Marathi actors featuring in the film. Featuring Mukta Barve, Bhau Kadam, Shivaji Satam, Alka Kubal, Sunil Barve, Ashwini Kalsekar, Pravin Tarade, Sankarshan Karhade, Prajakta Hanmagar, Yogini Pofale are among the artists featuring in the film.

Everest Entertainment has many hit Marathi films to its credit. Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2 , Mumbai Pune Mumbai -3, Boyz2 , Baapjanma , Aamhi Doghi, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Hapus, Ideachi Kalpana, Tukaram, Aajacha Divas  Majha, Happy Journey, Coffee Ani Barech Kaahi and Time Please are some of them produced and presented by the company.

Musician Salil Kulkarni turns writer and director for ‘Wedding Cha SHINEMA’

After leaving his mark in the fields of literature, music and television, musician Salil Kulkarni will now greet the audience in new avatar of writer and director with his maiden movie ‘Wedding Cha SHINEMA’. Presented by Everest Entertainment, “Wedding Cha SHINEMA’ is directed by Salil Kulkarni and produced by Gheru and PESB.

The star cast of the movie includes Mukta Barve, Bhau Kadam, Shivaji Satam, Alka Kubal, Sunil Barve, Ashwini Kalsekar, Pravin Tarade, Sankarshan Karhade, Prajakta Hanmagar, Yogini Pofale along with debutant pair Shivraj Vaycal and Richa Inamdar.

Salil Kulkarni is a familiar face in Marathi households for almost two decades now. Known as singer, musician, writer, judge of reality shows and the brain behind programs like Madhli Sutti. He has now entered into new role or writer and director of a fresh movie ‘Wedding cha SHINEMA’. He began as a singer and soon enthralled the audience with Chala Dostaho Ayushyavar Bolu Kahi’. As a musician, he gave music to more than 35 movies with his ever-green songs such as Dipadi Dipang, Dehi Vanva Pisatla and Ekti Ekti Ghabarlis.

He brought tears to the eyes with ‘Damlelya Babchi Kahani’, while children danced on and enjoyed ‘Eka Makdane Kahdle Dukan’ and ‘Aggobai Dhaggobai’ by V. D. Karandikar. The children’s songs have been all time favourite among children.

The youths enthralled with the songs based on poems of B. Borkar, Arti Prabhu, Kusumagraj. He moulded careers of many budding singers as judge of Sa Re Ga Ma on Gaurav Maharashtracha. We saw him becoming friends with children in Madhli Sutti.

Salil Kulkarni has a wide range of music composition form ‘He Gajvadan’ to ‘Gayeja’ and ‘Mala Udu Udu Jhalay’ by Anand Shinde to ‘Yei Ga Vitthala’ by Anand Bhate. He has also written popular books such as ‘Lapavlelya Kacha’ and Shahanya Mansanchi Factory.

‘Wedding cha SHINEMA’ by Salil Kulkarni would be a refreshing experience of his acumen in story, screen play, dialogs, music and direction.

Everest Entertainment has many hit Marathi films to its credit. Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2 , Mumbai Pune Mumbai -3, Boyz2 , Baapjanma , Aamhi Doghi, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Hapus, Ideachi Kalpana, Tukaram, Aajacha Divas  Majha, Happy Journey, Coffee Ani Barech Kaahi and Time Please are some of them produced and presented by the company.

BOYS 2 trailer and music launched with bang

The sequel of last year’s super hit film ‘Boys’ is ready to entertain audience releasing on 5th October 2018. The trailer and music of BOYS 2 was launched in presence of cast and crew with celebrities from industry.

The three boys Parth Bhalerao, Sumant Shinde and Pratik Laad are seen doing full on dhamaal in trailer. The film also stars new faces Onkar Bhojane, Soham Kalokhe, Sayli Patil, Shubhangi Tambale and Akshata Padgaonkar along with Yatin Karyekar, Girish Kulkarni, Amitriyan, Ajit Shidhaye and Pallavi Patil.

Eros International and Everest Entertainment presentation with Avdhoot Gupte, under the banner Supreme Motion Pictures Production, BOYS 2 is directed by Vishal Devrukhkar. The dialogues are written by Hrishikesh Koli.

TAKE CARE GOOD NIGHT trailer launched

Theatrical Trailer of much awaited Marathi film ’Take Care Good Night’, was launched in Mumbai on Friday  in the presence of Actor Sachin  Khedekar, Mahesh Manjrekar, Iravati Harshe, Aadinath Kothare and Parna Pethe. Directed by Girish Jayant Joshi and producer Himanshu Patil and Mahesh Manjrekar with music by Narendra Bhide,  ‘Take Care Good Night’, a new Marathi film presented by Everest Entertainment along with S.P. Entertainment Pvt. Ltd is set for release across the state of Maharashtra   on August 31, 2018.

Movie theme basically consists of a city family fighting a cyber criminal who is threatening its stability and pride. There are problems though in that a technologically handicapped father has to learn to overcome his fear of changing technology while the mother needs to revisit her long-forgotten counselling skills  even as the daughter is compelled to open a channel of communication with her parents. All the answers are revealed in the story that examines the personal and social facets of a tech-driven lifestyle.

Writer Girish Joshi says the idea began with a real incident that happened with a relative in his early fifties. After a sojourn abroad, he came back only to find that a few hundred thousand rupees had been deducted online from his credit card. “Totally distraught, he called me for help. I took him to the cyber crime cell to file a complaint. In the course of our conversation with the officer I learnt more about the scam that had affected my uncle, but was shocked at the sheer magnitude of cyber crimes in general all over the world. This got me thinking about the millions of people who were adopting cell-phones, credit cards, internet transactions and the like as a way of life. I was curious to find out that exact chink in the armor because of which they became victims of cyber crime. As a writer, I desperately felt  the need to write about this.”

“Although it started with my relative’s experience, I decide to write something with a larger canvas and perspective. As the characters shaped up, the whole plot of cyber crime seemed to be in fact reaching to the real deeper problem. ‘Overall lack of communication and human connect’ – the theme for a film emerged from this. It was from this point onward that the creative journey became hybrid. As I went on writing, the director in me seemed to shape the scene simultaneously. It set the pace and treatment of the film. By the time I arrived at the final draft , I had decided I would also direct this film. Take Care Good Night thus became my directorial debut.”

A student of Mechanical Engineering, Girish in his third year realised that he had spent more time on stage than in the classroom and had enjoyed theatre competitions more than Theory of Machines. That was the point when he dropped out of college and spent the next few years honing his skills in theatre and worked in fifty odd theatrical productions in various capacities – as writer, director, actor and even set designer and light designer. He took opportunities as they came and at times  created his own as he moved ahead in the theatre and film industry. He taught ‘Screenplay and Structure’ for three years in Media School, Pune. He wrote about 500 episodes of television serials after which he turned to film writing.

Everest Entertainment has many hit Marathi films to its credit. Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Hapus, Ideachi Kalpana, Tukaram, Aajacha Divas  Majha, Happy Journey, Coffee Ani Barech Kaahi, Time Please, Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2 , Baapjanma and Aamhi Doghi  are some of them produced and presented by the company.

Mumbai Pune Mumbai- 3 to be released on 7th December 2018

‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai’, which was released five years ago, was a super-duper hit on national and international level. The success was repeated when its sequel ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2’ was released two years ago. Now, the history is all set to be repeated as producer Sanjay Chhabria and Associate-producer Amit Bhanushali (of 52 Friday Cinemas) and director Satish Rajwade announced of the third part of Mumbai Pune Mumbai’. The hit pair in lead role Swapnil Joshi and Mukta Barve joined director Satish Rajwade in announce Making the 3rd Sequel of the film and will hit the screens across the state on 7th December 2018

The sequel ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai-2’ was released during Diwali on November 2 two years ago. Not only in Maharashtra, but the film goers even in other states like Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka and even in US received overwhelming Response. The film was screened in San Francisco, Houston, Los Angeles, Detroit, Salt Lake City among other others.

Director Satish Rajwade said, “We did not expect Mumbai Pune Mumbai to be successful to such an extent. Mumbai Pune Mumbai (MPM) as now became a cult, seating a trend of one of its kind love story. MPM has become a habit with the audience. People are now more curious about the lives of Gautam and Gauri. And related themselves with the happenings in the lives of the couple.

He further said that “While shooting for ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai’, we did not expect that we will go for the sequel. But, during the making of its second part we realise that there was a room for the third part of the film. It would not be appropriate to reveal any details about the upcoming film, but I can surely say that the third part will again prove to be equally successful,” said Satish Rajwade.

Sanjay Chhabria of Everest Entertainment said, “Everest Entertainment and Amit Bhanushali are synonymous to each other and enjoy ties since our first film. To strengthen the relationship, we came together during the production of the sequel of the film. The ties will be further strengthened as we are making the third part together. We are happy that we are once again getting an opportunity to work with Swapnil Joshi, Mukta Barve and talented director Satish Rajwade.”

Amit Bhanushali of ‘52 Friday Cinemas’ is Associate-producer of ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai-3’ said, “Mumbai Pune Mumbai’ is very close to our heart because it is our first Marathi film as producer. We own the parental relationship with all the three parts of the film and hence we are very excited about the release of the ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai-3’ early next year. We are very confident that ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai-3’ will be equally supported by the audience.”

The grand success of the ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai’, which was released five years ago, resulted in the film being remade in various Indian languages. The film was applauded by the patron from across the globe. The sequel was produced on the request by the audience. They liked the pair of Swapnil and Mukta very much. Both the films got overwhelming response by the film goers and this was proved through the collection on the ticket window.

The film is also known by the name of talented director Satish Rajwade. He has penned the story of the film. The third part will also see Swapnil and Mukta in lead roles.

Everest Entertainment has many hit Marathi films to its credit. Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Hapus, Ideachi Kalpana, Tukaram, Aajach Divas Majha, Happy Journey, Coffee Ani Barech Kaahi, Time Please, Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2 and Baapjanma are some of them produced and presented by the company.

First teaser of TAKE CARE GOOD NIGHT released

Teaser of much awaited Marathi film ‘Take Care Good Night’, released on Monday, ‘Take Care Good Night’, a new Marathi film presented by Everest Entertainment along with S.P. Entertainment Pvt. Ltd is set for release across the state of Maharashtra on August 31, 2018. Directed by Girish Jayant Joshi and produced by Himanshu Patil and Mahesh Manjrekar with music by Narendra Bhide, this movie stars Sachin Khedekar, Mahesh Manjrekar, Iravati Harshe, Aadinath Kothare and Parna Pethe.

Movie theme basically consists of a city family fighting a cyber criminal who is threatening its stability and pride. There are problems though in that a technologically handicapped father has to learn to overcome his fear of changing technology while the mother needs to revisit her long-forgotten counselling skills even as the daughter is compelled to open a channel of communication with her parents. All the answers are revealed in the story that examines the personal and social facets of a tech-driven lifestyle.

Writer Girish Joshi says the idea began with a real incident that happened with a relative in his early fifties. After a sojourn abroad, he came back only to find that a few hundred thousand rupees had been deducted online from his credit card. “Totally distraught, he called me for help. I took him to the cyber crime cell to file a complaint. In the course of our conversation with the officer I learnt more about the scam that had affected my uncle, but was shocked at the sheer magnitude of cyber crimes in general all over the world. This got me thinking about the millions of people who were adopting cell-phones, credit cards, internet transactions and the like as a way of life. I was curious to find out that exact chink in the armor because of which they became victims of cyber crime. As a writer, I desperately felt the need to write about this.”

“Although it started with my relative’s experience, I decide to write something with a larger canvas and perspective. As the characters shaped up, the whole plot of cyber crime seemed to be in fact reaching to the real deeper problem. ‘Overall lack of communication and human connect’ – the theme for a film emerged from this. It was from this point onward that the creative journey became hybrid. As I went on writing, the director in me seemed to shape the scene simultaneously. It set the pace and treatment of the film. By the time I arrived at the final draft , I had decided I would also direct this film. Take Care Good Night thus became my directorial debut.”

A student of Mechanical Engineering, Girish in his third year realised that he had spent more time on stage than in the classroom and had enjoyed theatre competitions more than Theory of Machines. That was the point when he dropped out of college and spent the next few years honing his skills in theatre and worked in fifty odd theatrical productions in various capacities – as writer, director, actor and even set designer and light designer. He took opportunities as they came and at times created his own as he moved ahead in the theatre and film industry. He taught ‘Screenplay and Structure’ for three years in Media School, Pune. He wrote about 500 episodes of television serials after which he turned to film writing.

Everest Entertainment has many hit Marathi films to its credit. Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Hapus, Ideachi Kalpana, Tukaram, Aajacha Divas Majha, Happy Journey, Coffee Ani Barech Kaahi, Time Please, Mumbai Pune Mumbai -2 , Baapjanma and Aamhi Doghi are some of them produced and presented by the company.

Everest Entertainment’s much awaited Marathi movie “Aamhi Doghi” to Release on 23rd February

The film revolves around two women – Amala, played by Mukta Barve, and Savitri Sardesai played by Priya Bapat. The women are inseparable despite their different mindsets. They follow diverse paths with the same goal.

Mukta Barve’s character is a housewife from a rural background, unaccustomed to urban life. Priya Bapat plays an unusual character, depicting three stages of life. “Act quickly as it comes to mind or else you end up regretting it,” is the philosophy Savitri represents in her life.

“Both, Mukta and Priya, are multi-talented actresses from the Marathi Film & TV industry as well from the theatre. Both have proved themselves with the variety of roles they’ve played in a host of films, TV serials and Marathi theatre. For the audience in Maharashtra, Aamhi Doghi will be a feast to the Marathi film lovers who are eagerly awaiting the release of the film” claims Sanjay Chhabria of Everest Entertainment.

“Aamhi Doghi is based on a story written by Gauri Deshpande, a modern author ahead of her time, who left a mark on the Marathi literature. Her novels, short stories and poems captured popular imagination. She carved a niche for herself in the literary world through her unique style,” says the film’s Director Pratima Joshi. She adds, “The film revolves around the story that is close to the heart of today’s young women in all types of relationships including that of mother-daughter, father-daughter or friends. The subject is emotively related to every young girl, and hence will help the young audience to think sensitively.” In a tone of gratitude she says, “I’m fortunate to get the opportunity to direct this film because I had decided long ago that whenever I get a chance to direct a film, it would be based on a story by Gauri Deshpande.”

This is the first time ever, the two talented actresses have come together to play the main roles in a Marathi movie. The Other actors include Kiran Karmarkar, Bhushan Pradhan, Aarti Wadakbalkar and Prasad Barve.

Pratima Joshi and Bhyagshri Jadhav have written the screenplay and dialogues. The movie has only one song titled ‘Konte Nate Mhanu he Guntane Na Taalane’ penned by Guru Thakur, arranged by Mangesh Dhakade and sung by Vaishali Mhade.

Sanjay Chhabria, Founder of Everest Entertainment who shouldered the responsibility of production and presentation of Aamhi Doghi, has many hit Marathi films to his credit, including Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Tukaram, Aajacha Divas Majha, Happy Journey, Time Please, Mumbai Pune Mumbai 2, Coffee Ani Barach Kahi, Baapjanma among others.