If you’ve never watched a Marathi film, let this be your first one. This screenplay is not like other ordinary movies. It’s a teenage love story starring
and Akash. The film portrays the story of Parsha (Akash), a low-caste young boy who stays in slums and Archie (Rinku), a daughter of a big shot upper caste landlord. Neither the disparity between their grading nor the opposition from the parents dissuades them from falling forone another . As fate had it, their love had to tolerate all the ups and downs, but love rises above all. ‘Faith in love…Restored’!!
2. Dombivli Fast (2005)
Dombivli Fast. directed by Nishikanth Kamat captures India’s ‘functioning pandemonium’ on the screenplay. Madhav Apte a middle-class bank cashier, as well as an ordinary, authentic, and honest citizen who, faces resentment with the increasing corruption that suffuses him in his daily life. The movie portrays Madhav’s psychological trauma and his riot across the city as a champion to sort things out.The film has won the Best Film Jury Award in Indian film festival and the best feature film in Marathi (Silver Lotus Award) by
National Film Awards
3. Harishchandrachi Factory
This movie is a must watch. This heroic description of how Phalke (
) plans to create his personal silent motion picture with the buttress of his family. He takes a tour to England to learn different aspects of movie making. He returns from England with a bang, a bunch of actors and technicians to produce his film. The story was about ‘Raja Harishchandra’. His first film itself was a lap of luxury for him. This film won many honors and awards as well.
The movie portrays a tragedy about a disciplined actor named “
) who has been a deserving performer. Film critics admired the movie for skills such as acting, script, direction, and cinematography.
5. 'Fandry' (2014)
This film is written and directed by
in an executive premiere. The film portrays the story of Somnath Avghade, a 13-year-old teen who belongs to a low caste community who does sub-standard jobs for survival in the society. This young lad falls in love with his classmate Rajeshwari Kharat (Shalini) who unfortunately belongs to a high caste society. He tries to impress her by collecting money to buy some fashionable stuff like branded clothes.
It focuses on the age old Caste system discrimination which is still a gumshoe in our society.
The court is a documentary film written and directed by
, featuring a cast of a maverick. The film portrays an old folk singer who is tied up with court charges on the assistance of suicide. It follows the personal lives of lawyers and judges.
7. Pune 52 (2015)
Pune 52 is a thriller film starring the famous actors
. Apte is a private investigator who keeps an eye on the deceiving partners. His professional, as well as his married life, is a complete mess. His chance of meeting with a client leads to a radical change in his life and in the city that he resides.
8. 'Killa' (2014)
Without the mention of this brilliant movie, the list would be incomplete. This film depicts an 11-year-old kid who goes through the difficult phase of his life after the death of his Father. He then moves to a small town after the job transfer of his Mother. He has a troublesome time to mix up with new people. His mother was not familiar with this; Chinmay (11- year-old kid) takes us on his personal but enthralling journey.
9. Katyar Kaljat Ghusali (2015)
Katyar Kaljat Ghazali (English: A sword through the heart). Starring Sachin Pilgaonkar,
and Subodh Bose. The film illustrates the musical duo between two musical families. Hunger for success, domestic affairs, and human blemish make their way into the storyline. And after all ‘Without music, Life would be a mistake’.
10. Me Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy (2009)
Dinar Maruti Bhosale, an average man, is faced with peculiarity crises. He always moans about the lack of esteem a Maharashtrian receives in Mumbai and feels he is discriminated everywhere because he is a Maharashtrian. All this makes him annoyed and angry.