Avatarachi Goshta launches its promotional song
Mumbai (Dec. 14, 2014): The movie before its release has created a buzz by receiving various awards. The much acclaimed and accolade marathi movie, ‘Avatarachi Goshta’ is produced by Asian Entertainment and is all set to hit the theatres across Maharashtra on December 26, 2014.
The team Avatarachi Goshta on Saturday evening hosted a grant party and announced their promotional song with the LIVE performance. After giving his voice to several blockbuster hit movies, Rohit Shyam Raut along with his partner Sreedhar Menon has composed their first song for the upcoming movie ‘Avatarachi Goshta’.
The evening witnessed the dhamaka LIVE performance of the promotional song ‘Dokyacha zhalay bhaza..’ written by Nitin Dixit and aptly sung by Sharayu Date, Siddhi Lokare, Rohit Shyam Raut, beautifully composed by Rohit Shyam Raut & Sreedhar Menon and arranged by Yugandhar Deshmukh.
On this occasion, director Nitin Dixit said, “Our movie talks about two friends and their behavior towards a particular situation. How children see our world and create their imaginative world around it. While writing this song I kept three important characters of this movie in my mind. The entire song revolves around these characters of the movie. Adding flavors to my words were Rohit and Sreedhar. I’m sure this high energy foot tapping song will be loved by all age groups.”
The movie is around two children Kautusbh (enacted by Mihiresh Joshi) and Mangya (enacted by Yash Kulkarni). The story is about their imaginative world of Dashavtar which is full of wonders and adventures. Each artist in the movie has justified their character with their power packed performance. The screen space is shared by Adinath Kothare, Sulabha Deshpande, Sunil Abhyankar, Leena Bhagwat and Rashmi Khedekar along with a special appearance of brilliant actor Ashish Vidyarthi.
The captain of the ship Nitin Dixit has directed and also written story, screenplay and dialogues for the movie, produced by Sachin Salunke, cinematographer Nagraj Diwakar, editor Mayur Hardas, music is manned by Gandhaar and is magnificently sung by Shaan and Jasraj.