January 10, 2009 4:29:17 am
Smita Films and Production are soon releasing a Marathi feature film,Gharcha Abhyas that is based on social subject of importance of girl’s education. The film portrays partiality between girls and boys and the problems arising out of that. The story is based on a life of a girl and a boy (siblings) living in a small village. The boy has been pampered with all type of facilities as well as good education. On the contrary the girl’s education was neglected. The story moves on to show how the girl overcomes this situation. “The story is a commonplace one that could be seen in almost every poor family in villages and even the big cities. The girls are ignored,considering them as paraya dhan,so we thought of making a film on this very prevalent social menace in the society,” says Sumit Pofde,producer of the film. Shivaji Barve has directed the film while Smita Pofde has written the script and Raju More has given music to the film. Child artists Mitali Pofde and Rohan Gohad are the main leads along with Vijay Patwardhan,Jaggannath Naavgune,Aasawari. Swati Patil,Hemakshi Nikhar,and Dhananjay Amonkar.
Happiness in hell
Post the nerve-wracking auditions,the biggest surprise is coming up on the maiden episode of MTV Hero Honda Roadies: Hell Down Under! The verdict is out and hell is just around the corner for the participants,which include,amongst 19 others,Pune girl Suzanna Mukherjee. You can see superstar Akshay Kumar flagging off MTV Hero Honda Roadies: Hell Down Under journey today at 7pm! He will also introduce tougher terrains and unthinkable tasks that will put the real back into reality! This season,the 20 hell mates vie for higher stakes as the prize money has been doubled from Rs 5 to 10 lakhs. The Roadies will flag off their journey from New Delhi and will travel further down to Udaipur,Ahmedabad and Silvassa. Says Ashish Patil,general manager,MTV India,”If you thought last year was twisted,season six of Roadies Hell Down Under will make it look like a children’s film!”
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