The glamorous industry of Marathi films celebrated the ‘Maharashtracha Favorite Kon 2019’ awards last week. The starry night saw celebrities from across film, television, and theatre turning up at the red carpet in stylish attires and scintillating looks. Amongst all the glitterati was Maharashtra’s favorite couple, Adinath and Urmila Kothare.
The lovely couple that never fails to surprise their fans with their awesome chemistry, their mutual love, and adorable ‘parent’ moments with daughter Jizah. This time the couple gave a scintillating entry on the red carpet of the ‘Maharashtracha Favorite Kon 2019’ awards.
The very hot and ravishing beauty, Urmila Kothare was dressed in an off-shoulder shimmering gown and a complementary pastel flowy drape. Her short and wavy hair were colored in blonde highlights and dark burgundy hues.
Urmila made a grand appearance with hubby Adinath who was also looking ruggedly handsome in a contemporary embossed mandarin collared suit. The main attraction in his Adinath’s look was his yellow tint eye-glasses that gave an edgy look to his mustache too.
The couple is currently the talk of the town due to their back-to-back successful projects and their appealing presence on social media.
On the work front, Urmilla Kothare is all set to make a comeback after her maternal break. She is already all over the media with her endorsements and photoshoots. Her kathak dancing videos too are a rage among fans. She is known for her roles in Duniyadari, Shubha Mangal Saavadhan, Aai Shappath..!, Time Pass and Guru.
Addinath is shooting for his new project Panchak with Madhuri Dixit. In 2020 we will also see him, in a Bollywood film ‘83 with Ranveer Singh, as Dilip Vengsarkar. His last film was his directorial debut ‘Paani’ produced by Priyanka Chopra. The film has received recognition in many global film festivals and continues to be used as a tool for generating awareness on water conservation.
Fans adore this lovely couple and wish to see more of them on screen as well!
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