Every Artist yearns for the appreciation for his/her good work in the form of Award. Every year film and television industry hosts array of award shows to felicitate the good performances, films and serials. This year Filmfare held its prestigious Marathi Awards 2017 show in Mumbai recently. Bollywood ceebrities were also graced the event with their presence along with celebrities from Marathi film fraternity.

Swapnil Rajshekhar had portraying many different memorable roles in his acting career. Swapnil was seen as Hero, villain and sometimes in character roles, but in upcoming film Majha Yalgaar, he will be seen in completely new character and look. The film is directed by Milind Kamble, produced by Saurabh Apte and presented by Shrikant Apte under the banner of Sadguru Films.

27th October was a special evening for Marathi Actress Sai Tamhankar. She had reached 1 Lakh Twitter followers few days back and on the Filmfare awards night on 27th October, she wore a blue gown with diamond necklace. She was walking the red carpet at Marathi Filmfare awards for the 3rd consecutive year without any black lady in her kitty. She was confident this time though as, she had 2 nominations in Best Actress (Vazandar) and Best Supporting Actress (Family Katta) categories. The awards night turned out to be memorable for Sai.

Lalit Prabhakar is a name to reckon with this year as he readies for his 3rd film of the year 2017. Lalit is a household name on Marathi television due to his popular character Aditya from 'Julun Yeti Reshimgathi' on Zee Marathi. He debuted in Marathi films with Paresh Mokashi's Chi. Va Chi. Sau. Ka. earlier this year. Then he acted in his 2nd film TTMM along with Neha Mahajan. Now Lalit is ready to score a hat-trick of films in 2017 with upcoming film Hampi.

Famous for her songs in Balgandharva, Ajintha, Sandook and Vazandar, Marathi Singer Madhurra Kumbhar recently gave her first solo Live show at Gadkari Rangayatan in Thane. The live show was the tribute to popular singers Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle, as Madhurra sang their popular songs and delighted the audience. In her contemporaries she is one of the first singers to present a solo live in concert.