Manoj & Manisha are happily married for over 18 years. But, in the quest of a few desires, their relationship has entered into midlife crisis. Eventually, they will find out if they are still in love with each other or are chasing new desires. Watch the laugh riot that is a journey of life…”Eka Lagnachi Pudhachi Gosht”
‘Bhai: Vyakti Ki Valli’ is a biopic on Purushottam Laxman Deshpande aka PL Deshpande’s life
The first part of the biopic, ‘Bhai: Vyakti Ki Valli’ has been released on January 4, 2019, and the second part of the film is set to release on February 8, 2019.
If I am asked to describe this movie in two words those would be “Pure Bliss”.At the end of movie you are left with wanting for more of it.This movie is more of a experience and a must watch.Music in this movie will make you nostalgic and thrilled at the same time.Acting was so crisp and natural,not once you feel like taking your eyes away from screen.
P l deshpande is one of the loved and adored personality in Maharashtra.This movie is surely going to make you fall in love with him all over again.This is complete worth your money sort of a movie and I would give it 5/5 ratings.Don’t miss it for the world.
The play is set during the time when the war of Kurukshetra has been won by the Pandavas and Yudhishtir is now on the throne, reigning Hastinapur. However, Dhritarashtra (Ravi Patwardhan) and his devoted wife Gandhari, along with their family friend and learned advisor Vidur (Dilip Prabhavalkar), have decided to bid goodbye to their lives as they know it and live in the forest for the rest of their remaining lives, away from the royal throne.
Tickets are fairly priced unlike some plays which charge higher rates for decent seats.
Amazing cast for all the roles.
Background music was good.
Poetic presentation of the whole era.
Although it was a poetic representation of whole era,it was very lame at some points.
Play just doesn’t hit the right note till the end.
Set of the play is not up to the mark nor is it pleasing to eyes.
Some extra characters have no role in this script but tend to wonder on sets for no reason.
overall play becomes so boring that you have to convince yourself to watch its second part.
As a maharashtrian I am huge fan of Dilip prabhavalkar,I adore him for his various roles like shriyut Gangadhar Tipre.my whole purpose of going for Aranyak was to see him live and yes it was a fan girl moment for me. Tickets costed us around 2000 rs for 4 people in Bal Gandharva Natyagruha,Pune. For the kind of money paid i would give it 2/5 stars.Usually people dont leave untill the play is over,in this play many people left after first half.With starcast like this expectations for the play was high.must say it did not live up to my expectation.