29 Jul 2014
New Delhi: India may finally have domain names in its own script — beginning with the Devanagari script of Hindi — from next month.
30 Jun 2014
Thane: About 500 books in Marathi language will soon be made available to readers online in digital form.
16 Jun 2014
Mumbai: Actor-producer Riteish Deshmukh, who feels that Marathi films have worked purely because of their good content, says he too focuses on this and also ensures that "all my films come with subtitles".
03 Jun 2014
Panaji: Actor-producer Shreyas Talpade feels Marathi film industry is more content-driven compared to Bollywood which is star-stuck.
07 Jun 2014
Panaji: Actor-producer Shreyas Talpade has said his upcoming Marathi movie 'Poshter Boyj' is inspired by a real-life story of three coolies, who accidentally found their pictures on a poster promoting vasectomy.
03 Jun 2014
Thane: Renowned technocrat and former advisor to late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Prabhakar S Deodhar has called for libraries to work on innovative steps to increase footfall and develop reading habit among youths.
26 May 2014
Panaji: Musical trios Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy have provided the music for Gajendra Ahire's supernatural thriller 'Anvat', which marks their debut in Marathi films. The thriller will be premiered at the upcoming Goa Marathi Film Festival scheduled here next month. It stars celebrity couple Aadinath Kothare and Urmila Knetker besides Makrand Anaspure in pivotal roles.
21 May 2014
Panaji: The seventh edition of the Goa Marathi Film Festival will start here from June 6 with the premiere of many regional movies. The three-day film extravaganza, which aims to bring the best of Marathi cinema to the audience, will open with yet-to-be-released movie 'Rege'.
04 Jun 2014
Mumbai: After achieving much applaud for his National Award-winning Marathi film Dhag, Shivaji Patil is planning to make a movie based on the real-life story of a Sikh family that was saved by three Hindu families on the day the 1984 Sikh riots broke out after the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
17 May 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh said in order to portray the character of the historical figure of Bajirao in the upcoming film 'Bajirao Mastani', he will get his head tonsured and also learn Marathi.