Cinema is the mirror of the society. Events happening in the society are reflected in cinema. Many people know that there is a law named ‘Atrocity’. But very few know what exactly is in this law. Producer Dr. Rajendra Padole and director Deepak Kadam have tried to bring this realistic topic to the movie-goers. R. P .Production presented ‘Atrocity’is being released on the 23rd of February.

Marathi people are foodie, they love making and eating their food. Their are many cookery shows, but no films on the art of cooking in Marathi. So to tickle your taste-buds, renowned director Sachin Kundalkar brings us first food film in Marathi, Gulabjaam. The trailer of the film was launched yesterday in Mumbai and it looks quite yummy.

A Documentary film-maker, who is covering the protest of a remote forest tribe, goes missing. His little daughter Aru, who spends most of her time reading about fairytales, accompanies her mother in search of the man. The little girl now has to solve three riddles before a monster appears and find her father. The quest is thrilling as well as mythical. Thats the story of a most awaited Marathi film Raakshas, whose trailer was launched recently.

The trailer of Nana Patekar Starrer Aapla Manus, gives us a glimpse into the lives of a young urban couple Rahul and Bhakti Gokhale, played by Sumeet Raghavan and Irawati Harshe respectively and the complexity of the relationship with the father. The unexpected death of the father marks the entry of Senior Inspector, Maruti Nagargoje, played by Nana Patekar into their lives. Maruti Nagargoje turns their world upside down making them question their beliefs about life and family.

After the success of his first film Rangaa Patangaa, director Prasad Namjoshi is ready with his next Marathi film 'Video Parlour', which is selected for screening at Pune International Film Festival. The film was showcased in "Marathi Cinema Today" section recently. Video Parlour's teaser was also released on social media recently.

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