Bharat Jadhav an amazing comedian and Subodh Bhave a talented actor have collaborated for a blockbuster comedy this year called ‘Appa Aani Bappa’.
Bharat, whose work in Sahi Re Sahi, No Entry: Pudhe Dhoka Aahe, Yedyanchi Jatra, Fakta Ladh Mhana and many more is appreciated by fans and critics, will play an ordinary middle-class man in this film with a comedy angle.
Subodh Bhave the mega-star of Marathi, who has done many successful movies and plays too, like Balgandharva, Aani Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar, and Katyar Kaljat Ghusli, will join Bharat on this entertaining journey by playing the role of Godman or maybe god himself!
Both these actors who are two jewels of the Marathi cinema and will be seen in their upcoming movie together after a long time on the silver screen! Uladhaal was the last movie they did together.
Both Subodh and Bharat have shared the poster of their new film on Instagram. In one of the posters Subodh is seen carrying Bharat on his head and in other Bharat is seen carrying Subodh dressed as Ganpati!
The posters tell us that the genre of movie is going to be a comedy based on a spiritual angle. We can also guess that this has something to do with Ganpati Bappa. The excitement to see the film is on its peak as it is seen on the poster that the movie will be released on the 11th of October.
Actress Shivani Rangole from the film And Jara Hatke, who is currently the female lead in TV serial Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, will be seen in a female lead in this film. Dilip Prabhavalkar and Sampada Joglekar are also doing prominent roles in this film. Produced by Garima and Jalaj Dheer, Arvind Jagtap and Ashwini Dheer have written the script of the film whereas Sarang Kulkarni and Sayali Khare have done the music.
A comedy legend and an awesome performer will join hands and make you laugh on the 11th of October with Appa Aani Bappa!
Image Source:- instagram/subodhbhave
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