Ajinkya: Algad Algad Song From Bhushan Pradhan's Upcoming Film Releasing This March Is Finally Out!

Bhushan Pradhan and Prarthana Behere will be seen in a romantic number Algad Algad in the film that was released recently

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Ajinkya: Algad Algad Song From Bhushan Pradhan's Upcoming Film Releasing This March Is Finally Out!
While Bhushan Pradhan’s filmography has also gone from good to better to best with films like Coffee Ani Barach Kahi, Satrangi Re, Amhi Doghi, Timepass, he is coming up with a great lineup of films like Marathi film Lagnakallol, directed by Mohammad Burmawala and Anya The Other, opposite Raima Sen. His film Ajinkya is directed by A. Kadir. The film also star’s the Pavitra Rishta fame, Prarthana Behere. Prarthana will be seen on the silver screen after a long break, her last What’s Up Lagna? Was opposite Vaibhav Tatwawadi. The duo will be seen in a romantic number Algad Algad in the film that was released recently. 

The video shows The couple romancing in the farms, old buildings, and classrooms! Bhushan is seen proposing her in the middle of the song. It also showcases the engagement of the duo. What happens next in this socio-political thriller is something you will have to find out in the film! 

The film released across Maharashtra on 20th March 2020 under the banner of Exotech Media Pvt Ltd. and Luminary Cine World. Director A. Kadir gives his best to film starring Bhushan Pradhan, Prarthana Behere, Pallavi Patil, Uday Tikekar, Arun Nalawade, Ganesh Yadav, Vandana Vaknis, Aniket Kelkar, Milind Dastane, and Padmanabh Bind.

The song is now out on YouTube and it is catching up on the lips of every Marathi fan. Alagad Alagad is sung by Rohan Pradhan & Meenal Jain. Music is given by the Rohan Rohan duo and is penned by Kiran Kothawade. Ashwin Shrinivasan has done a great job in the arrangement of music. 


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