Star Pravah presents ‘Chaitra Chahul 2015: Navya Natyanchi Navi Gudhi’

MUMBAI: Gudhi Padva, which is one of the three and a half auspicious days for Maharashtrians, marks the beginning of their New Year. This festival is an integral part of Marathi culture. On this special occasion, Star Pravah has specially brought for its viewers, a celebration which will boost their festive spirit.  ‘Chaitra Chahul 2015: Navya Natyanchi Navi Gudhi’ will put a super-duper spectacle by showcasing the glorious Marathi culture, for its viewers. The exclusive telecast of this show will be on Gudhi Padva Day i.e. 21 March at 8 pm on Star Pravah.


Chaitra Chahul 2015 is a show conceived on the core thought of ‘Sanskruti Sobat Pragati,’ which every Marathi family will be proud to witness. Maharashtrians celebrate Gudhi Padva by hoisting a Gudhi outside their house to welcome the New Year. As the whole Maharashtra celebrates, Star Pravah will celebrate the evening of New Year day that will ignite Marathi pride and honor. Chaitra Chahul will take every Maharashtrian down the memory lane exploring his roots and values, underlining what they signify in today’s times. It will be the biggest entertainment show saluting Marathi customs, rituals, traditions, attire, jewellery and music as they all amalgamate on one platform.


While this is the maiden year of Chaitra Chahul, the hallmark of this event will be Pravah Ratna awards. Star Pravah will honor senior and rising stars in the Marathi space by felicitating them with ‘Pravah Ratna Puraskar’ for their noteworthy contribution in the fields of Theatre, Cinema, Journalism, Social Work, Television and Public Service. Star Pravah believes that this venerable initiative will inspire and motivate people to excel in their respective spheres in the society.


Star India official spokesperson said, “On Gudhi Padva day, Star Pravah is proud to present Chaitra Chahul 2015, an evening full of fun and entertainment for the entire familyWe wish to celebrate this Gudhi Padva with our viewers, where our characters will entertain them and aim to become a part of every Marathi household. We are also delighted to have in our midst, some of the best talent in Marathi film and television industry and felicitate them with the Pravah Ratna awards, for their contribution to the industry. Star Pravah takes this opportunity to wish all its viewers a very happy Gudhi Padva.”


Over the years many artists from Marathi cinema and television industry have made remarkable contributions to protect, preserve and enhance Marathi culture. Hosting this very talent on Chaitra Chahul platform can be termed as path breaking success for Star Pravah. The entire family of Star Pravah, including the characters and team, are really proud and excited to present the celebration of ‘Marathiness’. Similarly, every Maharashtrian will feel honored and proud to witness this superlative event of Chaitra Chahul on Star Pravah.

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