Satchyat Aat Gharaat is a Marathi movie released in 2004. Produced by Smita Talwalkar and directed by Sanjay Surkar. The movie is based on a bunch of young boys and girls who grapple with the issue of morality in today's changing scenario.
Gabhricha Paus was released on 29th January 2009. Produced by Prashant Penthe & directed by Satish Manwar. The plot of the movie is based on simple aspirations, the undying urge in the human race to live and to live against all odds.
Uttarayan is a highly captivating adaptation of Jaywant Dalvi's Marathi play, "Durgi" . Raghuveer , a widower in his 50s has come to live with his computer engineer son Sanjay . He meets ... See full summary »
When Chief Minister of Maharashtra gets an anonymous call to warn him against possible rebellion in his party, all is not well. The current government is being questioned by opposition on a... See full summary »
It is set as a play-within-a-play, where a traveling amateur theater group makes an unscheduled stop at a village. There, to pass time the cast members stage a mock trial, of a fellow cast member, Miss Leela Benare, who is unmarried, sexually exploited and had earlier aborted a child to keep her honor. During the course of the play, she is charged of child abortion, and as the charges get more vicious and personal, she can't take them anymore, as she is reminded of her predicament. Finally she breaks down, revealing the true story behind it all, and also the hegemony and hypocrisy of male cast members comes into the light, who like their counterpart in the society are not blameless themselves, while they still find it easy to point fingers at a woman's character. Written by