Bittersweet: This New Marathi Film By Anant Mahadevan Is Ready For Release

Director Anant Mahadevan’s upcoming Marathi film “Bittersweet” is ready for its release.

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Bittersweet: This New Marathi Film By Anant Mahadevan Is Ready For Release
Recently director Anant Mahadevan’s upcoming Marathi film “Bittersweet” has finished its post-production. The film is ready for its release now that they‘ve finished the main work.


Bittersweet is a film based on a true story and a horrifying story. The story of the film is too sensitive and shocking. It is based on a devastating ritual that took place in the rich sugar industry of Maharashtra. The sugar barons of the industry secretly exploit the female labor in fields of the industry in order to make the industry number one in sugar export and to take out Brazil from the competition. They even make them go through a hysterectomy. The owners consistently inflict mental stress on labors and torture. These heinous crimes of them defy all the biological workings of a human being in a most inhuman way. And due to their high power and richness, no one puts a finger on them. But a girl named Saguna decides to take action against these unruly landlords. This is her bitter and true story which is based on the survival and harsh life. It’s a harsh present that a girl tried to take out to start a new future.


Besides being a true and harsh story the details of the film were pushed undercover. The main cast of the film includes actor Suresh Vishwakarma, Akshaya Gurav, Guru Thakur, Vinayak Divekarsmita Tambe, Asit Redij, and  Anil Nagarkar. The film is directed by director Anant Mahadevan who has won the National Award for the best screenplay and dialogues for his hit film “Mee Sindhutai Sapkal”. This film has been shot at a location in Beed. Further details of the film will be given soon so stay tuned to this space! 

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