Bhirkit: Monalisa Bagal Unveils The Motion Poster Of Her Upcoming Film Of 2021

Actress Monalisa Bagal is ready to rock the big screen with her upcoming Marathi film Bhirkit.

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Bhirkit: Monalisa Bagal Unveils The Motion Poster Of Her Upcoming Film Of 2021
Actress Monalisa Bagal recently revealed a motion poster of her upcoming Marathi film Bhirkit. This film is directed by Anup Jagdale. Actor Tanaji Galgunde who is well known for his character Langdya from his superhit blockbuster film Sairat is playing the lead character in this film. Some prominent and renowned faces of the industry like actors Hrishikesh Joshi and Girish Kulkarni will also be seen in this film. 

From this motion poster, it looks like this is going to be a romantic story. Judging by Tanaji and Monalisa's look in the poster. 



As Monalisa has mentioned, this will be released in 2021. And, from the look of this motion poster, we can be sure that we'd have an amazing blast in the next year. Director Anup Jagdale had also posted another motion poster of the film, previous to this poster. In the previous poster actors Tanaji, Hrishikesh, and Girish are seen riding the scooter. 


Comparing both the posters, it seems like the scooter has a significant value in the film. Monalisa's fans seem excited about her comeback to the big screen after her last film Perfume. These motion posters have gained a great response from the audience. The cast hasn't revealed much about the story yet. But we'll make sure to inform you as soon as we get any latest news about this film. 

Actress Monalisa is among the most talented new actresses in the Marathi industry. She is well known for her role in the Marathi film Zala Bobhata. She has also appeared in the famous Marathi comedy show Chala Hawa Yeu Dya (Ladies Zindabad). 



Image source : instagram/monalisabagal/   anupjagdale_official/
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