Marathi Cinema

Timelines
'Photo Prem' review: Light-hearted take on death, despair and fear

08 May 2021

'Photo Prem' review: Light-hearted take on death, despair and fear

Neena Kulkarni-starrer Marathi comedy-drama Photo Prem is now streaming on Amazon Prime.

May 7 premiere for Marathi film 'Photo Prem' on Prime

03 May 2021

May 7 premiere for Marathi film 'Photo Prem' on Prime

Marathi drama Photo Prem will have a direct-to-digital release on May 7 on Amazon Prime Video, the streaming platform announced on Monday.

Cinema is my way of exploring insecurities: Chaitanya Tamhane

24 Apr 2021

Cinema is my way of exploring insecurities: Chaitanya Tamhane

Cinema is a way of exploring insecurities, finding nuances and contradictions, and transforming it into a living, breathing story, says filmmaker Chaitanya Tamhane who is making strides internationally with his second film The Disciple.

Jaya Bachchan to make acting comeback after eight years?

16 Feb 2021

Jaya Bachchan to make acting comeback after eight years?

Fans of veteran actor Jaya Bachchan have a reason to rejoice as she is set to return on the silver screen after nearly a decade.

Madhuri Dixit-produced '15th August' to release on March-29 on Netflix

18 Mar 2019

Madhuri Dixit-produced '15th August' to release on March-29 on Netflix

Madhuri Dixit's production debut, Marathi film 15th August, will release on Netflix on March 29, the streaming service announced today.

Veteran Marathi actor Lalan Sarang dead at 79

09 Nov 2018

Veteran Marathi actor Lalan Sarang dead at 79

Veteran Marathi actor and theatre personality Lalan Sarang died due to age-related ailments at a private hospital in Pune today.

'Saaz' music composer Yeshwant Deo passes away at 91

30 Oct 2018

'Saaz' music composer Yeshwant Deo passes away at 91

Veteran Marathi musician Yeshwant Deo, who had composed music for many films including Shabana Azmi-starrer 'Saaz', passed away today. He was 91.

Marathi actor Vijay Chavan, known for comic roles, passes away

24 Aug 2018

Marathi actor Vijay Chavan, known for comic roles, passes away

Veteran Marathi actor Vijay Chavan, known for his comic roles, passed away this morning at Fortis Hospital in Mumbai's Mulund suburb after a prolonged illness, a hospital official said. He was 63.

Marathi cinema is better, bolder than Bollywood: Akshay Kumar

06 Jul 2018

Marathi cinema is better, bolder than Bollywood: Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar, who has turned presenter for 'Chumbak,' believes Marathi cinema is way ahead of Bollywood when it comes to exploring complex stories.