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Poshter Girl (2016)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 12 February 2016 (India)
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Poshter Girl takes you on a mad roller coaster ride of a quaint, little village in Maharashtra - Tekawde, which is ill-famous for female infanticide and as a result there are no girls left ... See full summary »

Director:

Sameer Patil

Writer:

Hemant Dhome
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Credited cast:
Madhav Abhyankar ... Madhavrao Zende
Hemant Dhome
Anand Ingle
Hrishikesh Joshi ... Kisan Thorat
Jitendra Joshi ... Bharatrao Zende
Neha Joshi ... Priyanka
Sonalee Kulkarni ... Rupali Thorat
Vaibhav Mangale ... (as Vaibhav Mangle)
Siddharth Menon ... Arjun Kalal
Sandeep Pathak ... Suresh Patil
Akshay Tanksale ... Ramesh Patil
Aniket Vishwasrao ... Bajrang Dudhbhate
Jaywant Wadkar ... Patil
Shrikant Yadav ... Bus Conductor
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Poshter Girl takes you on a mad roller coaster ride of a quaint, little village in Maharashtra - Tekawde, which is ill-famous for female infanticide and as a result there are no girls left within the village. When the question of boys' marriage is on heat, a beautiful and Intelligent girl enters the scenario and changes everything. This is the story of the girl Rupali and her chosen 5 candidates who would do anything to win her heart. Written by Ashtapailu Infotech Pvt Ltd

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Sampoorna Gavasathi Yekach Bas!

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Comedy

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Hemant Dome who acted in pivotal character is one of the films writer's. See more »

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Follows Poshter Boyz (2014) See more »

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Movie with dhamaal comedy and social message! Fully enjoyable..!!
22 January 2017 | by chandudhandeSee all my reviews

I am wondering why this movie is under rated compared to poster boys. I personally find this movie better than previous version in terms of plot, characters, comedy and topics it deals with.

This movie is full too dhamaal comedy with twist and turns. Handles multiple issues in Indian society like girl child abortions, youth's losing interest in farming, castism and women social status in our rural and urban areas.

Script is very well written by Hemant Dhome and equally well directed by Sameer Patil. Important thing is it doesn't feel like anything dragged forcefully into the play just to handle multiple social topics to convey the social messages. Everything goes with the flow and feels situational.

This movie is primarily targeted to adults mostly because of topics it deals with.. I loved the movie as it is quite refreshing, equally divided content between comedy and some emotionally intense scenes like "Bajya" holding onto his farm when it suddenly starts raining heavily which could lead to destruction of his hard sowed & nurtured crop.

Do watch this movie once! I am sure you will like it and won't regret investing your 02 hours and 20 minutes time over weekend. :)


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Language:

Marathi

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12 February 2016 (India) See more »

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