Pyaar Vali Love Story on October 2

The film to star Duniyadari team

Mumbai | Updated: April 9, 2014 5:19:58 pm

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Acclaimed film-maker Sanjay Jadhav, after the success of his last release Duniyadari, has locked the date for his upcoming movie. Sanjay Jadhav’s Dreaming 24X7 and STV’s Pyaar Vali Love Story will hit the screens on October 2.
Confirming this, Jadhav said, “We are releasing Pyaar Vali Love Story on October 2. Presently we are shooting in Mumbai and Panvel and plan to complete the entire shooting by the first week of June.”
Besides, the successful team of Duniyadari will once again be seen in the film, albeit in a fresh and new look. While Swapnil Joshi and Sai Tamhankar comprise the lead, Upendra Lima-ye, Urmila Kanetkar-Kothare, Sameer Dharmadhikari, Nagesh Bhosale and Chinmay Mandlekar will be seen in pivotal roles.
The work on the film has already began with the team recording a song with singers like Rohit Raut, Sayali Pankaj, Bela Shende, Adarsh Shinde and Amitraj on the lyrics penned by Mangesh Kangane, Sachin Pathak and Guru Thakur. Pankaj Padghan, Amitraj and Samir Saptiskar are the music composers.
Dreaming 24X7 is compiling detailed R&D study of the movie like market size, return of investment, percentage spend on promotion, market desire etc before going on floors. Special workshops for Swapnil and Sai were held to enhance their performance.
Written and directed by Sanjay Jadhav, the film is produced by Rekha Jayant Joshi, Inder Raj Kapoor and Sanjay Jadhav. The other major credits are screenplay and dialogue by Arvind Jagtap, cinematography by Prasad Bhende, art direction by Manohar Jadhav, editing by Apurva Motiwal and Ashish Mhatre, action by Kaushal Moses, choreography by Umesh Jadhav and costume by Harshada Khanvilkar.

 

Mitwaa launched on Gudi Padwa 

The shooting of Meenakshi Sagar Productions and Video Palace presented film titled Mitwaa began in Mumbai. On the auspicious occasion of Gudi Padwa, the Marathi New Year, the muhurat of the film was held. The Gudi was worshipped as per the Maharashtrian custom and a pooja was performed. The clap was sounded by Nanubhai Jaisinghani of Video Palace in the presence of producer Meenakshi Sagar, Amrut Sagar, cinematographer Prasad Bhende, lead actors Sonalee Kulkarni and Swapnil Joshi and others. The musical love story is directed by Swapan Joshi and has music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.

 

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