31 Jul 2015
Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who launched the first look of Marathi film 'Dholki', says Marathi film industry is growing and that good films are being churned out.
20 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Over a decade ago, Sonali Bendre was seen in Amol Palekar's Marathi film, 'Anahat' (2003) and then in a blockbuster item number 'Chham chham karta hai' from 'Aga Bai Arrecha' (2004).
09 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Under fire for its controversial directive asking private multiplexes in the state to show Marathi movies in 6-9 PM slot, Maharashtra Government on Thursday relaxed norms as per which Marathi films can now be screened between 12 noon to 9 PM.
12 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar's next Marathi film co-production, based on a film legend, will be out on January 1, 2016.
13 Apr 2015
New Delhi; Veteran actor Anupam Kher on Sunday said the people of Maharashtra should decide whether screening of Marathi movies in the state should be made compulsory.
07 Apr 2015
Mumbai: In a controversial move, the BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra is set to enact a law to make it mandatory for multiplexes in the state to screen Marathi movies during prime time slots.
29 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Shiv Sena said that writer Shobhaa De has shown her distrust towards the Maharashtra Legislature by approaching the Supreme Court even as it stayed the breach of privilege notice issued against her.
08 Apr 2015
Mumbai: In a controversial move, the BJP- Shiv Sena Government in Maharashtra decided to make it mandatory for multiplexes across the State to screen Marathi films during the prime time slot between 6 and 9 pm.
28 Apr 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the breach of privilege motion notice issued against author Shobhaa De by Maharashtra Assembly Speaker for her tweets on the state government's decision to make it mandatory for multiplexes to screen Marathi movies during prime time.
10 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Shiv Sena staged a protest against Shobha De for "insulting" Maharashtrian culture by opposing a government order on screening Marathi movies and demanded that she leave the state but the celebrated author remained unfazed, asserting she would continue to "speak up".