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Shooting of Genelia-Riteish’s Most Anticipated Marathi Film Mauli Begins

This will be Riteish's second Marathi project as an actor after his successful acting debut in Marathi cinema with "Lai Bhaari" (2014).

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Actress-producer Genelia Deshmukh is excited about the commencement of shooting of Marathi film “Mauli”, backed by her and husband Riteish Deshmukh.

“Our most ambitious Marathi film goes on floor. ‘Mauli’. Starring Riteish, directed by Aditya Sarpotdar, written by Kshitij Patwardhan. Wish us luck,” Genelia tweeted on Monday.

This will be Riteish’s second Marathi project as an actor after his successful acting debut in Marathi cinema with “Lai Bhaari” (2014).

Actress-producer Genelia Deshmukh is excited about the commencement of shooting of Marathi film "Mauli", backed by her and husband Riteish Deshmukh.
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The action drama, “Mauli”, is produced by Genelia and Riteish’s production venture – Mumbai Film Company.

“As an actor, I’ve always wanted to experiment with various genres and thankfully, in the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to do so. ‘Lai Bhaari’ made me believe I could attempt the action drama genre and after I read the script of ‘Mauli’, I knew I was ready for my second Marathi film,” Riteish said in a statement.

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Sharing her excitement about the film as a producer, Genelia said: “Rooted in the musical action drama genre, ‘Mauli’ is one of the most ambitious films produced by us at Mumbai Film Company.” (BollywoodCountry)

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‘Gulabjaam’ Released In International Theatres.

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  • Gulabjaam is a Marathi movie
  • It was first released internationally in Dubai
  • Now it will see more international theatres

After opening in the United Arab Emirates, Marathi movie “Gulabjaam” has now found its way into the theatres in the US, Singapore, Germany and Switzerland.

Zee Studios International, the overseas distributor of the film, helped the film reach a wider audience through the release in the international markets on Friday. The Sachin Kundalkar directorial is a food film, and revolves around how a London-based boy learns to cook in India.

“At Zee Studios International, we want to give each story the global platform it deserves,” Vibha Chopra, Head – Zee Studios International, Film Marketing, Distribution and Acquisition, said in a statement.

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“By releasing ‘Gulabjaam’ in unconventional territories like Singapore, Germany, Switzerland and the US where regional films aren’t so common, we want more and more audience to connect with the content irrespective to the mode of language.

“We are delighted to continue delivering quality in our stories with each Indian film’s release,” she added. It stars Siddharth Chandekar and Sonali Kulkarni. IANS

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“Tiger Zinda Hai” faces controversies in Mumbai

"Tiger Zinda Hai" has run into a political controversy barely two days ahead of its scheduled December 22 release.

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  • Salman Khan’s movie “Tiger Zinda Hai” faces controversies
  • MNCS has warned cinema owners against booking all shows for Tiger Zinda Hai
  • 95% of all shows in all theaters in the state have been blocked for “Tiger Zinda Hai” for its Friday release

Mumbai, Dec 20, 2017: The upcoming Salman Khan starrer mega-budget film “Tiger Zinda Hai” has run into a political controversy barely two days ahead of its scheduled December 22 release.

While the Maharashtra Navnirman Chitrapat Sena (MNCS) has warned cinema owners against booking all shows for Tiger Zinda Hai and denying slots to two Marathi films, other parties like the Congress and the Shiv Sena also joined the controversy with their own party lines.

MNCS President Amey Khopkar told the media that the screening of the movie should not be at the cost of the Marathi films, “Deva” and “Gachhi”, which must be allotted suitable prime time slots.

“We are not against the release of any film, including Tiger Zinda Hai, our objection is why should all the slots be reserved for just one film and all others have no slots to exhibit their films,” Khopkar said.

On Tuesday, the MNCS shot off letters to all cinemas, demanding proper prime-time slots for the Marathi films, failing