It is becoming a trend to use social media to announce the important happenings around the promotions of a Marathi film. Normally a poster is released to announce the release date of an upcoming film. But recently Marathi actress Amruta Khanvilkar took to twitter in a innovative way to announce the release date of her upcoming film Bus Stop.

"Mithila Palkar is my Valentine", annonced Amey Wagh on FB and the social media turned topsy turvey with the news. This was quickly followed by other posts on social media, revealing that this was in fact an announcement of the film 'Muramba'. Yes, Indu aka Mithila Palkar and Alok played by Amey Wagh were talking about their upcoming film MURAMBA in which they play a couple in reel life. The makers released the most awaited trailer yesterday in an event in Mumbai.

Based on the lives of farmers, Marathi film Dhondi is ready to release on 9th June. An important subject and veteran starcast are the USP of the film. Dhondi is late actor Vinay Apte's last film. The film shows a 10 year old boy refrain his father from suicide. Dhondi speaks on many important subjects of innocent childhood, relations, changing environmental situations, farmers' problems.

Due to lack of distribution means and channels, audiences remain deprived of some great movies. The most recent names to join the list are 'Kaasav', 'Dashakriya', 'Halal'... Another such film, that has been on this list for over a year, is 'Ringan'. But Ringan has successfully broken this vicious circle and is being made ready for release.

Veteran Marathi and Bollywood actress Reema Lagoo passed away at the age of 59 after reportedly suffering from cardiac arrest. After the actress complained of chest pain on Wednesday night, she was rushed to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Andheri, Mumbai where she breathed her last.