Not only Bollywood films even Marathi films can produce some quality stuff. So here presenting you 30 Marathi movies you should watch for sure.
Sairaat was released recently on 29th April. This movie is presently the talk of the town as it has a very good storyline and music.
Rege was released in 2013. It is a story of a youngster who unknowingly involves in a criminal offense and the story revolves around him.
This is an old film released in 1993 yet you can’t afford to miss this horror-comedy. A famous character of “Tatya Vinchu” was born from this film only.
Valu was released in 2008, it is a comedy film and the story revolves around a bull named Valu. A forest officer is sent to capture the bull and is accompanied by a documentary filmmaker to shoot the entire scene.
5. Saatchya Aat Gharat
This film was released in 2004 and is based on incident happened in University of Pune campus when a student was raped by a disguised police man.
This was a recent flick of Nana Patekar. It depicts the life of an actor who retires from acting but couldn’t forget his memories of theater days which causes trouble to his personal life.
The Yellow film was released in 2014. It has won Special Jury Award at the 61st National Awards. This film was based on a true story of Gauri Gadgil. It is a story of a mother-daughter relationship and the behaviour of child with Down’s syndrome.
8. Mumbai Pune Mumbai
This film was released in 2010, the story revolves around the people who constantly fight between which city is better. A must watch film for all those Mumbaikers and Punekar.
This film is a set up of 90’s teenager love story released in 2015.
10. Dr. Prakash Baba Amte
Inspired by the biographic story of Dr. Prakash Baba, a selfless doctor, and a social worker who dedicated his life towards the development of tribal people of Western Maharashtra. This film was released in 2014.
This film released in 2009, it has won a National Award for Best Film on social issues. The story revolves around the journey of a woman breaking from superstitions in the name of a religion.
12. Narbachi Wadi
This was released in 2013. This film is an adaption of the Bengali play Shajjano Bagan. It is a dramatic comedy based on a greedy landlord who tries to take over a beautiful grove in Konkan from it’s ancestral owner.
13. Raja Harishchandra
This was the first full-length Indian feature film was released in 2013. The film is based on legendary Raja Harishchandra
14. Mr. Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy
Release in 2009, this film is articulated about the Marathi manus who faces identity crisis at one stage of their life.
Kaksparsh means “Crow’s Touch”. It was released in 2012 and is a story about a young widow who faces lot of problems and the only person to support is her brother-in-law.
16. Dombivali Fast
This film was released in 2005. The story is about a middle-class bank employee who is frustrated about the injustice and corruption present in the society.
17. Harishchandrachi Factory
It was released in 2010 and the story is about the beginning of Indian Film industry in 1913.
Released in 2011, this is a biographical film based on Narayan Shripad Rajhans who is known as Balgandharva. He is a famous Marathi singer and stage actor.
This was released in 2004 and the story revolves around a grandfather who tries to show the beauty of life to his ailing grandchild who is suffering from cancer. It won National Award for Best Film in 2004 and was India’s official entry to Oscars in 2004.
20. Elizabeth Ekadasi
Released in 2014, it is a story of a little child and his friends of Padhanpur and Elizabeth is the name of a bicycle.
Natarang was released in 2010 and is based on a Marathi novel. The film features gender bias and the struggles of a young artist.
Duniyadari was released in 2013 and is a beautiful love story inspired by a book. It is a romantic drama of college youngsters.
This film was released in 2014. The story talks about the old caste discrimination issue as young lab falls in love with a beautiful girl. It has won Indira Gandhi Award for Best First Film of a Director at the 61st National Film Awards.
Shala was released in 2012, it is romantic drama and portrays the life of four 9th class students around the 70s era of rural India. This has won Silver Lotus award at the 59th National Film Awards.
Deool was released in 2011, it is a story of village man who believes God has arrived into the village but nobody agrees with him. Naseeruddin Shah made his Marathi debut with this film. This film has won Best Feature Film at the 59th National Film Awards.
26. Balak Palak
This is a comedy drama film released in 2013, it talks about how important it is to educate the children about the sex eductaion. This film was screened at South Asian International Film Festival in New York.
Khwada released in 2015, is a story about shepherds who suffer from the land acquisition of the forest department and how they faced struggles during migration. This film has won Special Jury and Best Audiography awards at the 52nd National Film Awards.
28. Katyar Kaljat Ghusali
This film features some brilliant actors and is released in 2015. It is based on a play of the same name.
Killa is a story of a 11-year-old boy who lost his father and is forced to adjust and adapt to new school and new surroundings. It was released in 2014 and brilliantly shows the transformation of a young child into an adult.
The court was released in 2015, the film talks about the Indian legal system at a sessions court in Mumbai by the trial of an aging singer. It has won the Best Feature Film award at the 62nd National Film awards.
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