On Friday, nine Marathi films were received by Aam Assam
In advance, for the screening of prime time, Marathi films are going on with rope in Hindi films. Now, however, the Marathi film ‘Aamne Chal’ is standing on the Marathi box office. Nominated producer films are, But there is also a large number of small budget movies.
Mumbai: In order to get a screen in prime time already, the Marathi films are going on with rope in Hindi films. Now, however, the Marathi film ‘Aamne Chal’ is standing on the Marathi box office. Nominated producer films are, But there is also a large number of small budget movies. Some of the reasons for the many months have been the wave of films that are currently in the theaters. Nine movies are being released on Friday. So, when the audience prefers Marathi films, what are the films that will be seen now, such anecdotes have been seen in the audience.
It is now more than five or six films to be released in Marathi for a week or so. Most of these films were stuck for many months due to some reason. After the filming began or after the completion of the film, the producer could not get money from mathematics; There are many reasons why this is happening in the movie. Due to this, the Censor Certificate is already available in 2016 before many films that are released this week. Last week, there are discussions about the lack of coordination and communication between the producers and the producers, who are presently presenting four films this year. The director of ‘Aadud’ film Nilesh Jamalkar said, “This situation has created due to lack of proper coordination between producers. In Marathi, Bollywood should be in Marathi, just as the makers of coordination and distribution of dates. ‘ Mahesh Manjrekar, a producer of ‘Bhai’, said, “It has become difficult to avoid competition among the movies. Because of the increase in production, its stress is coming on the dates. If the number of theaters is increased in the coming days, then this picture is likely to change in some way. ‘
Why such a situation?
* Since March – April, the school is in the process of having a college exam, preferring to showcase films earlier.
* Lack of communication among creators.
* No cinema distribution system exists
* Lack of publicity and marketing.
* No one has the initiative to coordinate.
‘Asud’, ‘Bhai’, ‘Tenth’, ‘Dhadpad’, ‘Lucky’, ‘Premaranga’, ‘Premwari’, ‘Redeemix’, ‘Unad Masti’
Only a few producers are making continuous filmmaking. Most other manufacturers are only investing. The resulting dates are not comprehensive. Need to have a decent distribution system to avoid appearing more movies at the same time. ‘
– Aditya Sarpotdar, director
‘In the southern film, film exhibition is pre-planned for many months. The makers of the film corporation of that film have to report before the date of their film exposure. Such a system should be prepared in the Marathi industry too. ‘