Riteish Deshmukh is all set to collaborate with National Award winner Ravi Jadhav in his upcoming film based on the Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. This will be the actor-director duo's third film after Balak Palak in 2013 Riteish had produced it) and Banjo in 2016, which was Ravi Jadhav's Bollywood debut film.

She reached Maharashtra's household with Zee Marathi's serial Mazhya Navryachi Bayko. Her portrayal of Shanaya with grey shades is getting hated by the audience and that is the receipt of her fine acting. She is working very hard and love to pamper herself with gifts and recently Rasika has gifted herself a brand new car.

Dashakriya had won 3 National and 11 State awards including the Best Marathi Film of 2016. The makers launched the official trailer and 2 songs of the film in the presence of cast and crew members in Mumbai on 1st Nov 2017. The trailer launch event was attended by producer Kalpana Vilas Kothari, Co-producer Neel Kothari of Rangneel Creations, writer Sanjay Krishnaji Patil, director Sandeep Bhalachandra Patil, music director Amitraj, cast members Dilip Prabhavalkar, Aditi Deshpande, Milind Phatak, Uma Sardeshmukh, Asha Shelar, Umesh Mitkari, Child Artists Arya Adhav & Vinayak Ghadigaonkar, Ananda Karekar, Jaywant Wadkar, Rasika Chavan, Anushree Phadnis, Pankaj Chemburkar, Sonali Magar, Deepali Donde, Vinod Donde and many more.

A young Marathi girl Anjali Gaikwad, who had won Zee Yuva's music reality show Sangeet Samrat had become the proud winner of Zee TV's singing reality show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs”. Shreyan Bhattacharya and Anjali Gaikwad were declared the joint winners amidst a lot of celebrations in Jaipur recently.

After directing many successful films in Marathi like Natrang, Balgandharva, Balak Palak, Timepass and Timepass 2, last year Ravi Jadhav debuted in Hindi with Banjo. This Diwali, he annoucned his next Marathi directorial film titled Rampaat. The project will go on floors soon. From the released logo, it seems like a love-story.

Produced by Uknit Productions and directed by Shyam Maheshwari, an upcoming Marathi film 'Charandas Chor' recently revealed a first look poster. The poster has a colorful steel trunk laying on the railway tracks and raises the curiosity about what's hidden inside this trunk. There are few lines from a poem of Kabir, which signifies the crux of the film. Their are no faces on the poster, so the actors' names are still under wraps.