On 18th October, Swwapnil Joshi celebrated his birthday with his fan group ‘Team Swwapnil’ in a unique way. All his fans pledged their organs after death and gave away the ‘organ donation forms’ as gift to their beloved superstar. Through this innovative initiative, 26 individuals donated their eyes, kidneys, liver etc organs.

If you are plump, rest assured, the biggest tension in your life is how to lose weight and look slim. It is this very journey of two women, trying to shed the excess weight, that the upcoming film Vazandar is about. The film brings forth many thought-provoking issues into the limelight in a light-hearted way.

Suhas D Kadav, the director of 3D animation flick Motu Patlu -King Of Kings, is an alumni of Sir JJ School Of Arts. Over the past 16 years, he has worked in some of India's major animation studios, and has also collaborated on a number of internationally acclaimed projects.

Ghantaa movie’s promotions are in full swing. The audience are liking the trailer and songs of the movie. Ghantaa Actors’ mothers are proud and liking their son working in a path breaking film in Marathi Film Industry. The makers have a released a video of the actors’ mothers about their views on the film.

Sai Tamhankar is the bold and beautiful actress of Marathi film Industry. Her versatile acting and different roles always attract critical acclaim. But this bold actress too have a soft and emotional corner in her heart in the real life. Sai is playing Manju, Sabnis family’s daughter, in her upcoming film ‘Family Katta’ that deals with family and relations.

Marathi movie makers are using very innovative way to promote their film on social media. Ghantaa is one such film which has used the promotions very well. During their trailer launch, they used the Ghantaa Toast theme to ensure the viewers get to know what the movie is all about. Recently the makers of Ghantaa have launched a fun-filled TVC starring the three lead actors – Amey Wagh, Aroh Welankar and Saksham Kulkarni. This TVC shows the 3 actors selling the Ghantaa.