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The Punekar at PILF: In Conversation with Mrinal Kulkarni

Interestingly, the first day of PILF ( Pune International Literary Festival) evoked the child in all the millennials there because of the presence of Mrinal Kulkarni, who we fondly remember as ‘Son Pari’. However, apart from doing great as an actress in Marathi and Hindi cinema, she has written and directed two Marathi films – ‘Prem Manjhe Prem Manjhe Prem Asta’ and ‘Ram Madhav’. Adding on, she is gracious too. Seeing my awed fan face, she sweetly replied to all my questions…

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A Look Into The Reality of Marathi Cinema

Cinema is an art which uses visual medium to narrate a story and also gives us a glimpse of reality. Introduced in the end of the 19th Century, cinema is world’s most recent form of art. Not only is it recent, but it also is an amalgamation of complexity, collaboration and one of the costliest […]

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Armchair Analysis

Is Marathi Cinema coming of age?

  Not since the Mahesh Kothare-Laxmikant Berde or Sachin-Ashok Saraf era has Marathi cinema enjoyed as much prominence and popularity as it is currently witnessing. Remember De Dana Dan or Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi? Classics, no? But think back to most movies made during this time and a common theme emerges: bumbling heroes who find […]

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Connecting Points

A Tribute to Smita Talwalkar

Remembering Smita Talwalkar, her works and the gritty woman she was.

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Conversations

Decoding the different strokes of Swapnil Joshi

Swapnil Joshi speaks about his new film Govinda, being a chocolate hero and more…

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Movie Review Reviews

Movie Review: Anumati

Anumati is sensitive, serious and yet engaging film in which you travel with the protagonist’s pain and helplessness as he tries to save his wife from death.