Mumbai: In the real sense of the term, Marathi Cinema today has indeed turned very global. The real reason for this resurgence of Marathi cinema is the emergence of several young and talented directors with the flair to come up without of the box content. Not only that, these filmmakers are also vying with one another to not only present but also package their films in a very strikingly different manners to manage to catch the eye balls of the audiences. Besides themes with urban and rural background, the young filmmakers in Marathi Cinema are also making films which are historical, socials as well as political satires reflecting the contemporary trends in an abundant measure. Though at one time not so long ago, wrestling used to feature as a prominent sport in films, with the changing times, the sport took a backseat as far as films are concerned.
Now with NMR Films’ presentation Talim, the sport of wrestling known as kusthi will reemerge in films. With Nitin Rokade as the director, the muhurt of the film was held at the Headroom Studio with the recording of the title track of the film Talim Rangu De, which plays a very vital role in the unfolding of the theme of the film according to Nitin Rokade. “We recorded the song in the voice of Adarsh Shinde since we needed a boisterous voice with a very high pitch,” says Nitin Rokade.
Nitin Rokade has to his credit quite a few successful films as an editor in Bollywood too like Bawandar, Partner, Mujhse Shaadi Karoge, Chasme Buddoor, Maine Pyar Kyun Kiya, Kambaqt Ishq, Desi Boyz, Himmatwala, Main Tera Hero and Hum Kisise Kum Nahin, besides Yashwant Rao Chavan directed by Dr. Jabbar Patil.
Adarsh Shinde is very happy that music director Prafull Karlekar chose him to sing the song written by Mandar Cholkar since it was the title track of the film which belongs to an altogether different genre and the title by itself suggests that the film is based on the sport of kusthi. It has been an altogether different experience to sing the song and I am one hundred per cent confident that the song will be liked by all the lovers of music. Thanks to its easy on the lips lyrics, the song will prove to be very catchy.”
Nitin Rokade has written the story and then screenplay in tandem with Sibten Shahidi while Abhijeet Kulkarni has written the dialogues. The camera for the film will be cranked by Sayyed Layak Ali while Nitin Rokade will also edit the film, besides directing it. Mahendra Varma will provide the thrills while Ranju Vargees is the Choreographer. Chaitrali Dongare is not only the casting director but also design the costumes for the film for which Raja Mule is the sound designer. Shyam Bhutkar is the Art Director while Priyadarshan Awhad and Pratik Bagde are the assistant directors. The cast and the credits of the film are being finalized and the shooting of the film will begin very shortly.
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