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Marathi Cinema Today - Pune International Film Festival
Marathi
Cinema Today
Marathi Cinema Today
2015
Director: Tanaji M. Ghadge
Barad
Barad
2014-115'-Marathi-Color-India
Producer: Devendra B. Kapadnis
Cast: Suhas Palshikar, Shahaji Kale, Bharat GaneshPure,
Dhananjay Jamdar, Nandkishor Chougule, Sanjay
Kulkarni
Screenplay: Deven Kapadnis
Cinematographer: Surendr Sing, Kamal Choupal
Editor: Tanaji Mahadeo Ghadge
Sound Designer: Abhijit Shriram Deo
Music Composer: Sandeep Wadekar
Costume Designer: Parag Pimple
Production Designer: Vasu Patil
Production Company: Image SRK Productions
Anna is a respectable person because of whose efforts Alkud is a peaceful village. He is
called for, as a witness to a survey being conducted by a Government agency. Anna’s
guessing about the survey transforms in to fear of acquisition of land, which compels him to
fence his piece of land. This simple act becomes the genesis of a rumour of a proposed
industrial zone at Alkud. Arunbhau (Sarpanch), propagates the news to MLA Waghmare. He
plans to declare the news officially. This, he thinks, will fetch him great political mileage.
The news leaks to Walzade (Minister of Industry). Soon a game of political one-upmanship,
becomes fodder for further rumour. Waghmare starts buying land in Alkud. The non-fertile
and barren land turns to gold. This wave disturbs the harmony of the village. By the time
this political game ends, the village has lost its human relationship pattern and simplicity of
being.
Director’s Biography:
Tanaji M. Ghadge was passionate about films since his school days. He
used to often bunk classes to watch movies. He then decided to turn
his passion into a career. He left for Mumbai from his village
Mundevadi. Ultimately his passion brought him to F.C. Mehra’s Eagle
Films in 1991. He has since worked as an assistant director to Umesh
Mehra and Rajeev Mehra for 5 years. Then he worked with renowned
editor Afaque Hussain till 2000. After 10 years of gaining experience
he got his first soap ‘Ghar-Kul’ as an independent director. He then
went on to work on a number of serials including ‘Pankhanchi Sawli’,
‘Natyaparv’, ‘Divasendivas’, ‘Asmita’, ‘Anupama, ‘Baap Re Baap’
amongst others. His passion for cinema grew further and soon he
directed his first feature film “Barad” a barren land of fertile dreams.
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Festival/Awards:
Kolhapur International Film Festival: Best Actor, Best
Director (2014)
Director’s Filmography:
Ekda Kay Zale (2008)
Marathi Cinema Today
2015
Bioscope
Bioscope
2014-122'-Marathi-Color-India
Director: Gajendra Ahire , Viju Mane, Girish Mohite, Ravi
Jadhav
Producer: Abhay Shevade, Nehha Pendse (Golden Tree
Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.)
Cast: Neena Kulkarni, Spruha Joshi, Kushal Badrike,
Mangesh Desai, Veena Jamkar, Sandeep Khare
Production Company: Golden Tree Entertainment Pvt.
Ltd.
Festival/Awards:
Ek Hota Kau and Mitraa -IFFI, Goa (2015)
Third Eye Asian Film Festival (2015)
4 Directors, 4 Poems, 1 Movie.
Bioscope is a Marathi feature film consisting of 4 short films, viz. "Dil E Nadan", "Ek Hota
Kau", "Baill" and "Mitraa". The common thread joining these 4 short films are poems by
Mirza Galib, Kishore Kadam, Loknath Yashwant and Sandeep Khare respectively.
Director’s Biography:
Director’s Filmography:
Gajendra Ahire:
Not Only Misses Raut, Sumbaran, Anawat, Anumati
Viju Mane:
Gojiri, Khel Mandala, Sharyat, Tee Ratra
Girish Mohite:
Guru Paurnima, Sade Made Teen, Manatlya Manat
Ravi Jadhav:
Natrang, Bal Gandharv, Balak Palak, Time Pass
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Marathi Cinema Today
2015
Director: Gajanan Kulkarni
Delusion
Aabhas
2014-117'-Marathi-Color-India
Producer: Deepali G.
Cast: Ankush Choudhary, Deepali G, Milind Shinde,
Suhas Palshikar, Gajanan Kulkarni, Aniket Deshmukh,
Abhay Kulkarni
Screenplay: Gajanan Kulkarni
Cinematographer: Shekhar Anna Iyer
Editor: Santosh Jivangikar
Sound Designer: Santosh Jivangikar
Music Composer: Shaikh Kasim
Production Designer: Vishal Patil
Production Company: Shree Siddh Imagination
World Sales Address: Shree Siddh Imagination
B/21, Aditya Garden Floraa, Back to RMD Sinhagad
Campus, Warje, Pune : 411058
In a small agrarian town on the outskirts of a major city, resides a man with high morals
and ethics fondly called Anna. Oblivious to the increasing demands for land
developments, a scam much bigger than the innocent life of these farmers is taking place
in the city, in order to create a new IT City. The builder lobby with the help of estate agents
target this town and start grabbing land at outrageous prices luring the farmers to riches
through instant money and lavish lifestyles. Anna’s neighbours fall prey to this trap and sell
their entire land. This worries Anna about his own land and his children's future and this
takes a toll on his health. It takes no time for Anna's sons to fall prey to this new found
wealth and lavish lifestyle,which Anna cannot bear and dies. This greed lures many more
in the town and thus begins the downfall of the once happy simple town.
Director’s Biography:
Gajanan Kulkarni started his film career as a writer, director and actor
in his debut short “The Soul”. This film was selected in the
international film festival at Chicago. It was also honored at various
film festivals. He has also written and directed a number of shorts and
documentaries. Along with filmmaking he is also quite active in the
field of theater, for which he has been recognized by the Government
of Maharashtra for his Marathi plays “Adhantar” and “Divya” as a
writer and director. He was inspired after directing his short film
“Bhas” (Illusion) to go ahead and create a full length feature film.
“Aabhas’ (Delusion) is his first feature film.
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World Sales Phone: +919420316155
World Sales Email: [email protected]
Director’s Filmography:
Bhas (Short) (2010)
Cigarrate (Short) (2008)
Ice-Cream (Short) (2007)
The Soul (Short) (2007)
Marathi Cinema Today
2015
Director: Neelima Lonari
Sam Daam Dand Bhed
Sam Daam Dand Bhed
2014-15-118'-Marathi-Color-India
Producer: Shivam Lonari
Cast: Vinay Apte, Alka Kubal, Omkar Karve, Tejaswini
Lonari, Girish Pardeshi, Padmanabh Bind
Screenplay: Abhiram Bhadkamkar
Cinematographer: Samir Athalay
Editor: Sujay Dahake
Sound Designer: Vijay Gawande
Music Composer: Vijay Gawande
Costume Designer: Neelima Lonari
Production Company: Shivlila Films
World Sales Address: Flat 1&2, Patil Regency, near
Sharda Centre, Erandwane, Pune-411004
World Sales Phone: 09850761761
Aabhas in the literal sense means ‘Semblance’, what you see is just one form but in reality
it’s different. It is a one night suspense thriller which revolves around a popular writer who
happenes to land in a prodigious village where he receives letters of weird incidences from
an unknown but helpless girl from that village. The story unfolds as he goes through many
astonishing events throughout the night. The villagers believe that there is a witch in their
village and she would kill every man who is getting married. Would the journey of the
writer help him in revealing the truth?
World Sales Email: [email protected]
Director’s Biography:
Mrs. Neelima Lonari, born in a farmers family of Nashik district has
always been in connection with films as her grandmother’s maternal
uncle used to finance the father of Indian cinema Mr. Dadsaheb
Phalke. She used to study the art of filmmaking by reading various
film magazines. Her first movie as an associate director was a Marathi
movie “Guldasta”. She then made her debut film in Marathi, “Chinu”
in 2012 which was selected for the Maharashtra State Award.
Director’s Filmography:
Chinu (2012)
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Marathi Cinema Today
2015
Director: Tanaji M. Ghadge
Some Lines Should Never be Crossed
Ticha Umbertha
2014-125'-Marathi-Color-India
Producer: Devendra B. Kapadnis
Cast: Suhas Palshikar, Shahaji Kale, Bharat GaneshPure,
Dhananjay Jamdar, Nandkishor Chougule, Sanjay
Kulkarni
Screenplay: Deven Kapadnis
Cinematographer: Surendr Sing, Kamal Choupal
Editor: Tanaji Mahadeo Ghadge
Sound Designer: Abhijit Shriram Deo
Music Composer: Sandeep Wadekar
Costume Designer: Parag Pimple
Production Designer: Vasu Patil
Production Company: Image SRK Productions
Ticha Umbertha is an enduring story of a woman’s courage, grit, sacrifice and her
indomitable spirit to battle for her own existence as a woman in this cruel man’s world.
Festival/Awards:
Kolhapur International Film Festival: Best Actor, Best
Director (2014)
Director’s Biography:
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Pradeep Ghonsikar came to Mumbai in 1993 to become a film
director. He joined veteran writer and director Sagar Sarhadi as an
assistant director until 2011 when he branched out as an
independent director. His directorial debut was “Goshta Tighanchi” in
2001, a full length tele-feature film for ETV Marathi, followed by a
children’s film “Laagishart”. In 2004 he directed a full length telefeature film “Yashoda” for ETV Hindi. Ghonsikar has also directed
several tele-serials like ‘Katha Sarita’, ‘Talaaq Kyon’ and ‘Naghmeka
Safar’. The year 2008 saw the launch of his 1st Marathi feature film
“Foreigh Chi Patlin”which was extremely successful. It received
several nominations across film festivals and was also nominated for
the Best Director award in the Zee and Maharashtra State Awards.
Ghonsikar latest directorial venture is “Ticha Umbertha”.
Director’s Filmography:
Chirgut (2011)
Foreigh Chi Patlin (2008)
Goshta Tighanchi (2001)

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