There is debate on the existence of Luck / Fortune / Kishmat / नशीब. Many people have different opinions about luck and due to these difference of opinions arises quarrels and misunderstandings. Many interesting and fun facts come out of these misunderstandings and that is what is showcased in an upcoming Marathi play Andaz Aapla Aapla. The play is produced by Ved Productions in association with Kiwi Productions.

P. L. Deshpande's legendary book Vyakti Ani Valli has been adapted into many different programs and plays. It is the collection of very unique imaginary characters. For the first time the play Vyakti and Valli was performed by children aged 5 to 15 years. The opening show of Children's 'Vyakti Ani Valli' was staged on 24th October at Gadkari Rangayatan, Thane in the presence of Veteran Marathi artists.

Written by Mihir Rajda, Directed by Adwait Dadarkar and acted by Shashank Ketkar, Mangesh Kadam & Leena Bhagwat, Marathi Play Goshta Tashi Gamtichi staged its 400th Show on the day of Diwali Padwa at Gadkari Rangayatan in the presence of Marathi celebrities and houseful theatre. The play has an achievement that it is running for last 3 years continuously without any replacements. N. Chandra, Aadesh Bandekar, Suchitra Bandekar, Anant Jog, Jitendra Joshi, Shreya Bugde, Saagar Karande and Bhau Kadam were among the celebrities who graced the show with their presence.

P. L. Deshpande's Vyakti Ani Valli is the collection of very unique imaginary characters. The play has staged more than 150 successful shows in the last 3 years. The play was produced by Amruta Productions and presented by Gandhar Kalasanstha & Konkan Kala Akadami. 'Vyati Ani Valli' will be now staged by children with portrayal of characters Antu Barwa, Bhau, Sakharam Gatane, Natha Kamat, Narayan etc. The play directed by Mandar Tillu will be Diwali gift for viewers.

Actor Shashank Ketkar’s Marathi play 'Goshta Tashi Gamtichi' is running for last 3 years without any breaks or changes in the main cast. The play is so popular that it had performed abroad too. The Marathi Play 'Goshta Tashi Gamtichi' is now all set to perform its 400th Show on the the auspicious Diwali day, Padwa on 20th October 2017.

Taking the reference of the iconic Play 'Purush', Marathi play Var Khali Don Paay portrays the rapist attitude of today's generation. The experimental play was relaunched in a grand style with premiere show held at Rangsharda Shabhagruha at Bandra. The play has been already appreciated by many famous and veterans of the industry. The premiere was attended by many artists from Marathi and Hindi entertainment industry.