A Social Comment Made In ‘Mohar’ Releasing On 1st January 2016

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The increasing plethora of Marathi films are veering not towards entertainers but also films are being made on social issues which are being appreciated by audiences  and  ‘Mohar’ releasing on 1st  January 2016 is one such film releasing all over Maharashtra.  Produced under the banner of VJ Enterprises and producers Chandrakant Pawar and Sangeeta Saatdive and Leap Entertainments comprising of producers Gurunath Mithbavkar and Ashish Raje , the director of the film is Vijay Patkar.
Vijay says, ” I am generally known for my camedy genre of films and this is my first attempt of social relecant issue based film which I had tpo take on due to the unfortunate accident of my friend Sanjeev  Naik who was earlier supposed to direct the film and he recommended my name to the producers and I had to accept the film within 18 days of shooting the film and I was left   seven to eight days to pre-production for the film and I am must thank my cast and crew for thgeir co-operation in completing the film  and making it a very good film which I am sure the audiences will like it.
The film revolves around the lives of Nivrutti and Taynu who are leading a happy  loving life with their two children but sudden unfortunate problems crop up and a stormy happening devastates their happy lives amidst their misunderstandings  and to know whether Taynu’s life will bloom again, to know we have to see the film on 1st January 2016.
The film stars Sayaji Shinde, Prasad Oak, Aditi Sarangdhar, Hemlata Bane, Vijay Kadam,  and child actors  Prajakta Jagtap  and Chaitanya Ghadge  make their debut in the film and Manasi Naik  sizzles in a sizzling lavni number.  The story of the film is by Rekha Surendra Jagtap and screenplay and dialogues  is by  Deepak Bhagwat .The lyrics by Rahul Jadhav, Surendra and Anant More and music by  Milind More with songs sung by Bela Shende, Prasannjeet Kosambi, Kavita, Chang, Saksshi and the choreographer is Deepali Vichare  and DOP Is Raja Phadtare.