Amazon Prime Video
If you think that a streaming service is only about movies and series in Hindi or English, then you are mistaken. When it comes to a content library that is as diverse as ever, Amazon Prime Video’s bouquet of regional content is one that’s hard to match. Be it Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, or the four South Indian dialects, you, as a viewer, are much more than sorted with local movies across a host of genres available to you at the click of a button. If you’re in the mood for some marvelous Marathi cinema, then you’ve come to the right place at Prime Video. And that’s not the only treatment for you. Thanks to their recently-released mobile edition, you’re a click away from enjoying some quality ‘me’ time. So without any further ado, here are 5 Marathi films that you can stream on the mobile edition for just Rs 89 as an Airtel prepaid subscriber.
Postcard: Directed by Gajendra Ahire, the film, starring Radhika Apte, Subodh Bhave, Girish Kulkarni, and Vibhawari Despande, will take you on a journey that will satisfy your soul and make your heart happy. This movie takes a look at how dependent our lives are on letters and words and how they communicate our deepest feelings. With three different stories tied together by the common element of postcards and a postman, here’s a movie that conveys an important message for each one of us along with bringing an ever-lasting smile to our faces.
Kaul – A Calling: ‘Kaul’ is a tribute to German philosopher Nietzsche’s philosophy and concepts. This film, starring Rohit Kokate, marks the directorial debut of Aadish Keluskar. The long and wide montage scenes throughout the film give it a much-needed depth along with the dialogues perfectly complimenting the visuals. A movie takes a different route of storytelling as one has to read in between the lines to understand what’s happening. Different works good for the film for it teaches one a lot offering them a different perspective on things.
Appa Ani Bappa: This light-hearted comedy movie will take you on a ride with Lord Bappa. The story revolves around the life of a man wanting to fulfill his father’s desire to arrange a grand puja followed by a grand meal for 100 people making for a hilarious adventure that will make you roll on the floor laughing your heart out.
Classmates: As the name suggests, this movie, an official remake of a Malayalam film with the same name, will take you back into college days when one is full of energy, ideas, and a fire within them to change the world and make it a better place. Directed by Aditya Sarpotdar, this movie has all the elements of college – different types of students, election, drama, emotions, and a lot of fun.Bhartiya: This comedy-drama film is all you need to watch when you want to spend some quality time and laugh out loud. The story of the movie is very much familiar to all of us as a man returns to his native village to get his ancestral property but has many hurdles to overcome. This cliche story is given a very different and hilarious angle in this movie and that is what makes this film an interesting ride that’s full of joy.
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