Interestingly, Abhinay Berde shares the same birth date that of his father. Movie had its theatrical release on 6 January 2017. Considering the three timelines, it can be easily observed that the middle installment set in college is the weakest, but the responsibility of this falls equally on the entire team and the actors should not be singled out for this problem. Marathi moviegoers have some exciting new movie scheduled for January 2017. I would like to get my 2 hrs back.
. Later, he began his studies in Arts at the Mithibai college in Mumbai. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. Title Lyrics Music Singer s Length 1. In a small town somewhere in America, these two people will try to find love while trying not to get lost in each other's stuff.
You might share few sweet memories about each other post the film! Rajwade lingers on the little details which other films in Marathi before never paid heed to. The passengers slowly realize that they? Manaswini, through her stories and plays, has explored new angles on contemporary romance, and that is the strength of this film. The credit should go to the director, the writer Manaswini L R and the lead pair Ankush Chowdhary and Tejashri Pradhan. Let's work together to keep the conversation civil. The whole focus of the film is around first love and it unfolds through the eyes of the present day Anurag Chaudhary. Ti Saddhya Kay Karte's trailer is attached with 's will be released in cinemas in.
It has its own little journey of sorts. It stars Ankush Chaudhari and Tejashree Pradhan Ketkar in lead roles. Among the young actors, Aarya Ambekar sails through with ease. College years and making it in real world separates them as they chart out different paths for themselves. Ti Sadhya Kay Karte Review Ti Sadhya Kay Karte is a tale of a confused teenager who cannot decide whether he loves the fashionista of the college or the girl he knows all his life and has been his first love. Ti Sadhya Kay Karte songs are composed by Vishwajeet Joshi and Nilesh Mohrir, who give the audiences a peppy and contemporary music album.
Anurag is also eager to know how and what is Tanvi doing these days. Ti Sadhya Kay Karte 2017 Director: Satish Rajwade Cast: Ankush Chaudhari, Tejashri Pradhan, Abhinay Berde, Aarya Ambekar, Hruditya Rajwade, Nirmohi Agnihotri Ti Sadhya Kay Karte Story Ti Sadhya Kay Karte is about Anurag and Tanvi who are childhood friends. Then when she comes back after a break of many years, all the earlier memories come rushing back for Anurag. The film clicked due to its unconventionality. By planting plug-and-play characteristics directly into his own body, he is relieved of his dark, twisted visions, but his body pays the price for purity of mind. He continues the winning streak here supported by Tejashri Pradhan as well as other versions of Anya and Tanvi.
Anurag refreshes his memories of the days when they were together and how misunderstandings made them part their ways. Ti Sadhya Kay Karte Review in one line: A feel good movie that will make you nostalgic and keep you entertained foe the two plus hours. When the girl of his dreams refuses to reciprocate his feelings, the boy swings to the other end of the spectrum and falls in love with what you will call a safe bet. Unfortunately nothing in the way they react or behave or even look suggest us that they are the same person. Definitely worth watching this weekend. Comparatively the rest of the film never matches this terrific start. The little Anurag will melt your heart with his goofy smile and is perhaps the best of all the three Anurags in the movie.
Ankush proves that he can pull off any role and Tejashri uses her potential well. Watch it with your loved ones. Written by This is one of the crazy new wave of Marathi movies with wrong messages all around. Although the story has your usual rom-com feel with some serious nostalgia thrown in, it is wise to remember that the narrator is the older Anya, and that gives the story a new dimension, rarely explored in romantic comedies in general and Marathi films in particular. Their friendship slowly develops into affection and they fall in love. It is also the longest of the three or so it seems and is too wordy.
The viewers are taken into flashback and introduced to our lead characters who are then just getting to know each other. It does, however, seem to drag a bit around the interval time. All through his various love interests, he somehow never manages to confess his feelings to his first love. While growing up, Swanandi and Abhiney Stayed in the same hostel and completed their education at the Sinhgad Residential Public School in Pune. During the 90s, the Marathi film industry was ruled by Laxmikant Berde aka Lakshya. It broke away from clichéd love stories and mushy romance to present a practical yet lovable couple.