Last few years Marathi actress Tejaswini Pandit is associated with Mamata Foundation which looks after the Kids with HIV infections. It is the only institution in India which is the home for HIV infected children. 3 Women work really hard for Mamata foundation. Tejaswini Pandit celebrated Children's Day with these kids at Mamata Foundation.

Childhood is like a flower and its rememberance is like the fragrance of the flower. Ankush Chaudhari aka Deva - Ek Atarangee celebrated the Children's Day with poor, orphan and needy kids on the top of a roofless bus 'Nilambari' and spread happiness. Children too enjoyed a lot with this Atarangee Deva. They had a bus ride on a scenic locations of Marine Drive in Mumbai.

We regularly hear about news of actors' accidents on the sets of a film. Many of these accidents are minor but some are major and can halt the whole shooting for few days or sometimes months. A major accident had happened on the sets of upcoming Marathi film Gachchi with actor Abhay Mahajan.

National award winning director Rajesh Mapuskar who also won three Marathi Filmfare awards for his Priyanka Chopra’s produced ‘Ventilator’ is set to direct a digital web series based on Manohar Malgaonkar’s book 'The men who killed Gandhi' which unveils the incidents and events happened during and post Gandhi’s assassination.

Actress Amruta Khanvilkar had won the seventh season of Nach Baliye with her husband Himanshu and now busy with her hosting of 6th Season of Dance reality show ‘Dance India Dance’ on Zee TV. She had recently completed the shooting for her upcoming Bollywood movie ‘Raazi’ directed by Meghana Gulzaar starring Alia Bhatt.

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.

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