Check out the first weekend earning numbers of recently released Marathi drama “Made in Maharashtra”. The film has entered into its 5th day of business. The film is a gripping story about two boys who lose their focus in life but this time the society doesn’t simply give up on them.
Despite the good buzz surrounding the movie, the film fails to attract much attention from viewers but audiences who like to see content based flicks helped it to decent business in its opening weekend.
“Made in Maharashtra” is touted to be the next big thing in Marathi Cinema. It revolves around two boys who lose their focus and get involved in crime. But the society takes over the responsibility to correct them and get them on right tracks.
It stars Arun Nalawade, Jitu Goswami, Pravin Garje, Shital Gaikwad, Priya Gamre and Bhau Kadam. The film makers might be expecting good number of eyeballs with the huge starcast associated with the movie. The acting by the leading boys who potray the two boys is outstanding. The movie is doing good business and is catching up on its collections. The first week collection is estimated to be around Rs. 40 lakhs.
Made in Maharashtra is produced by Ranjit Yadav and directed by Nitesh Pawar. The fresh new take on the youth and discipline is creating buzz in the industry. The makers believe that the society sets the boundaries but when the youth, the future of nation, crosses it… the society terms them criminals and let them be how they are.
But through this movie, they wish that people should make efforts to correct them. The music of the movie is widely appreciated. The soundtrack composing of 5 songs have been sung by popular singers like Neha Rajpal, Swapnil Bandodkar, Bela Shende, Hrishikesh Ranade, Abhijeet Kosambi and Vaishali Made. The music directors are none other than Arun-Vilas & Subhash –Sachin. The album released in May is creating chartbusters.
The movie has hit the theatres on July 1. It was first reported to clash with Sairat but the makers decided to avoid the clash by postponing the release date.