Chandra Ahe Sakshila: Chinmay Mandlekar Gives Fans A Glimpse Of The Making Of Title Song

Actor Chinmay Mandlekar gives gans a glimpse of the making of the lovely title song of his Marathi TV show Chandra Ahe Sakshila.

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Chandra Ahe Sakshila: Chinmay Mandlekar Gives Fans A Glimpse Of The Making Of Title Song
Earlier this month, the mysterious love story Chandra Ahe Sakshila premiered on the Colors Marathi channel. Written by actor Chinmay Mandlekar, this Marathi TV series is directed by director Digpal Lanjekar under the banner of his and Chinmay’s combined production, Mulakshar Productions. The show stars renowned actor Subodh Bhave and actress Rutuja Bagwe in the lead role. 

Being a love story, this show has a catchy and beautiful title song that has gained a huge response from the audience. Thus, recently Chinmay took to his Insta to share the making of this beautiful song with his fans.

The video takes us through the whole process of the making of this song, starting from the studio to the talks with the cast. Blessed with the sugary sweet voice of renowned singer Bela Shende, the lyrics of this lovely song are written by Devdutts Baji. The lyrics of this song are really impressive and meaningful. The audience has shown their love for the song with their comments on this post. And, as Chinmay has mentioned in his caption, the video has BTS from the recording of this song. 

So far the story of Shridhar and Swati has kept the audience hitched to their TV screen, as the serial is gaining a huge amount of love from the audience. Meanwhile talking about actor Chinmay Mandlekar’s other projects, he is the writer of the famous Marathi serial Jeev Zala Yeda Pisa as well. Soon the actor will be seen in another historic drama of director Digpal Lanjekar, Jangjohar. 

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