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Marathi Movie Trailer: NO ENTRY... PUDHE DHOKA AAHEY

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Published on Jul 30, 2012

In the centenary year celebrating 100 years of Indian Cinema, Underground films offers its first Marathi Feature film NO ENTRY PUDHE DHOKA AAHEY.
It is their humble tribute to the Father of Indian cinema Dhundiraj Govind Phalke or Dada Saheb Phalke as he is popularly known, who was a Maharashtrian born on 30 April 1870 in a Deshastha Brahmin family at Trimbakeshwar, 30 km from Nasik, Maharashtra, India. Phalke made his first film, Raja Harishchandra, in 1912; it was first shown publicly on 3 May 1913 at Mumbai's Coronation Cinema, effectively marking the beginning of the Indian film industry. Phalke proved successful in his new art and proceeded to make several silent films, shorts, documentary feature, educational, comic, tapping all the potential of this new medium.
So technically the first Indian film though made as a silent film; was a Marathi film made by a Maratha involving local Marathi technicians and shot in an around locales and on sets in Nasik, Maharashtra. Ironically over the ages Marathi films and technicians slipped down to secondary position allowing films in languages other than Marathi take the lead. Cinema viewing audiences of Marathi films dipped and thereby the box office revenue. Today, nearly forty percent of the collections of Bollywood films come from the state of Maharashtra and eighty to eighty five percent of the Bollywood film viewing audience comprises of ethnic Maharashtrians.
NO ENTRY PUDHE DHOKA AAHEY a family entertainer, which is a remake of BONEY KAPOOR'S block buster hit Hindi film 'NO ENTRY" directed by ANEES BAZMEE attempts to lure the Marathi film audience back to the cinemas by giving them paisa vasool entertainment. The film was a super hit in Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam languages as well.
With the conclusion of a 40 day marathon shooting spell in Goa and Mumbai, the entire shooting of "NO ENTRY PUDHE DHOKA AAHEY" is complete. Five songs and the entire talkie scenes were filmed on the lead stars BHARAT JADHAV, ANKUSH CHOUDHARY, KRANTI REDKAR, ANIKET VISHWASRAO, MANAVA NAIK, SAI LOKUR, PADDY and SAIE TAMHANKAR.
Thrills to keep the audience at the edge of the seats canned by Action coordinator PAPPU VERMA; and foot thumping melodious songs choreographed on the lead players and dancers by SANTOSH PALWANKAR and RAVI BOTALJE are amongst the highlights of the film. Arvind Soni is the director of photography and Ashish Pathre has penned the dialogues for the Marathi version. This Marathi remake of the super hit film No Entry has music by NAKASH & AZIZ with lyrics by GURU THAKUR. For the first time in Marathi films leading voices from Bollywood films namely Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, Anu Malik and Wajid (Sajid Wajid) have lent their voices to create chart-buster songs. This family entertainer film is directed by leading actor director Ankush Chaudhari. Hectic post production activity is ongoing and the film is being readied for an early release with an unprecedented marketing and publicity campaign. TRUSHA PATEL who recently did the publicity design campaign for HOUSEFULL -- 2 is at the helm of affairs doing the publicity campaign for "NO ENTRY PUDHE DHOKA AAHEY"
This extravagant big budgeted film shot at exotic and rich locations in Goa and Mumbai is produced by PREMNATH RAJAGOPALAN & NIKHIL SAINI under their banner UNDERGROUND FILMS PVT. LTD.

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