Anaan means Ardhanari Nateshwar. Actress Prarthana Behere's upcoming film 'Anaan' recently released a teaser and music of the film in an event in Mumbai. The film is directed by Rajesh Kushte and produced by Raunaq Bhatia and Hemant Bhatia under the Banners of Rohan Theatres Pvt. Ltd.
If your names are Rahul and Anjali, then you are considered the most romantic couple in the world. But hold, that happens only in Bollywood films. Our own Rahul and Anjali Mankame are husband and wife and Tula Kalnnaar Nahi is their love story after marriage. Yesterday the trailer of Subodh Bhave - Sonalee Kulkarni starrer Tula Kalnnaar Nahi was launched by Sachin an Supriya Pilgaonkar in Mumbai.
Sachin Khedekar is known for his many intense character roles in his films like Mi Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy, Ajacha Divas Majha, Kaaksparsh and recently in Muramba and Kachcha Limbu. The actor is ready with yet another meaningful film titled Baapjanma. The makers Everest Entertainment recently released the teaser of the film.
Sameer Vidwans is known for directing the emotional yet light hearted films like Time Please, Double Seat, YZ. The director is back with his upcoming film Mala Kahich Problem Nahi with the fresh new pair of Spruha Joshi and Gashmeer Mahajani. The Trailer of the film was released yesterday and is an emotional roller coaster ride for the 2 protagonists.
The film Shentimental which portrays Ashok Saraf Mama as Police Constable after 48 years, recently released its trailer. The film trailer shows us that the police department is also overloaded with work stress, workload and deadlines to solve the criminal cases. But to find the passion at work and to find little acts of happiness everyday, makes you Shentimental. If you want to experience the real Police then you must watch the trailer of Shentimental.
Debut director Prasad Oak launched yesterday the trailer of his upcoming Marathi film Kachcha Limbu. Based on a novel written by legendary Marathi writer Shri. Jaywant Dalvi, this film takes us into the world of Katdares. Placed in the 80s, we see a couple who have a ‘mentally retarded’ child. The film is shot in black and white as the Katdares have lost the colors from their lives.