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Evolution Of Manoos

Young, debutant directors infuse fresh life in a languishing Marathi filmdom

Evolution Of Manoos
Evolution Of Manoos
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Box-Office Biggies

  • Ankush Chaudhury and Sachit Patil’s Saade Maade Teen, a remake of Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, grossed about Rs 4 crore
  • Umesh Kulkarni’s Valu fetched Rs 3 crore
  • Mangesh Hadwale’s Tingya made money,mustered fans, bagged numerous awards, got screened at Cannes and is now headed to the Oscars as an independent entry

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Subjective Notes

  • Love in old age: Uttarayan
  • Commuters’ woes: Dombivli Fast
  • Taming of the bull: Valu
  • Workers’ plight: Mahasatta
  • Girl Child: Urus
  • Sexual exploitation: Dohaa
  • Primary education: Jinki Re Jinki
  • Infertility: Ek Dav Sansar Acha
  • Reservation: Joshi Ki Kamble

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