Zee Talkies' Natarang to hit screens on 1st January

MUMBAI: Zee Talkies‘ Natarang starring Atul Kulkarni and Sonalee is scheduled to release all over on 1 January.

Creatively stimulating, entertainingly enlightening and beautifully arresting, Natarang is a cinematic canvas with just the right strokes of acting talents, story, music, cinematography and but of course path-breaking direction.

Set up in Maharashtra‘s rustic hinterlands, the film bears the dust of its rural life, and treats you to some beautiful film-making there within.

Directed by Ravi Jadhav, the film compels you to reflect back on the simplest desires of life. As Guna Kagalkar, the lead character of the film, played by Atul Kulkarni inspires you to do just that. The passion, obsession, zeal and undying desire to set up a tamasha theatre company, leaves you completely spellbound. 

Based on a story by the same name by veteran Marathi author Anand Yadav, it has cinematography by Mahesh Limaye, screenplay to Ravi Jadhav and dialogues and lyrics to Guru Thakur. The film has music by duo Ajay-Atul.

Right from the time Natarang went on floors, it has been enveloped by curiosity from film critics and cinema lovers alike. It has been showered with applauds from not just Indian but also international film critics.

It‘s screening and subsequent honours at the 11th international MAMI film festival, the 8th Asian Film Festival etc is a definite proof of its cinematic prowess.

In fact in the MAMI film festival, it became the only Indian film to be selected in the 14 ‘Above the cut‘ category films for its outstanding cinematic merit.

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