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Essel Vision releasing its musical love story

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MUMBAI: After an epic and record-breaking release – Duniyadaari, Essel Vision is all geared up for its upcoming release – Time Pass (TP). The film is directed by Ravi Jadhav – who has given three continuous block buster films in a row - Natarang, Balgandharva and Balak Palak (BP).

Along with Essel Vision, Ravi Jadhav’s Time Pass (TP) has been produced with Athansh Communications productions and Zee Talkies. It is a that will be a special treat for the viewers.

“We have created various benchmarks in Marathi industry. In fact the last film Duniyadari broke all the records at the box office collection of last 80 years in Marathi Cinema. Now, the film is entering in its the 25th week on 3 Jan, 2014when even our new venture Time Pass will hit the screens in Maharashtra. With Time Pass, we take this trend to another level as we are releasing TP in 200 plus theatres across Maharashtra, Goa, Belgaum etc. And this becomes our 5th film set to release on the eve of New Year which in itself is another unique trend for Marathi cinema,” says Essel Vision Productions Business Head Nikhil Sane.

TP is a love story of Dagadu and Prajakta set in the 1980s. It is a light hearted, innocent story of teen age love, sacrifice, passion and values.

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