Smita Shewale started her acting career with Kedar Shinde directed film Yanda Kartavya Aahe (2006) opposite Ankush Chaudhari. Thereafter she acted in 12-15 films. She got married in 2013 and had a son in 2015. After her son's birth she took a break of about 2.5 years. Now she is ready to make her comeback on Silver Screen with revenge horror film Kanika.
Aamir Khan celebrated his 52nd birthday yesterday, 14th March. He visited the sets of Maharashtra's most popular show 'Chala Hawa Yeu Dya'. From the photos, it can be seen that he has done Gudi Pujan, which suggest the telecast of this shoot will happen as part of Gudi Padwa Special. He was present with wife Kiran Rao.
Marathi films are always known for its subjects and specially the social messages it carries. The upcoming Marathi revenge horror film Kanika will also explore the social horrors of female foeticide in a unique way. It is a first of its kind experiment to merge elements of entertainment, horror, thriller and social subject in one film, though the core of film will be revenge horror thriller.
Actress Neha Mahajan portrayed diverse characters in her small but significant acting career till now. She had acted in films like Coffee Ani Barach Kahi, Midnight's Children, One Way Ticket and Nilkanth Master. The talented actress has a surprise for her fans this Holi season and will be showcasing her musical talents.
Today is 6th March, International Women's Day. In fact every woman knows that they celebrate each day as their own. On International Women's Day, Marathi actresses express their thoughts on What it means to be a woman? What changes we need to bring about? and many more enlighting thoughts in these statements and quotes. Mukta Barve, Kranti Redkar, Neha Mahajan, Priya Marathe, Reena Aggarwal, Leena Bhagwat, Supriya Pathare and Samidha Guru are the Marathi Celebs who Express their thoughts below.