Marathi cinema is one of the most evolved regional industry in India. However, it's a disgrace that even in the wake of being so great, Marathi films never get enough attention within the country or on international platforms.
Subsequently, we would like to draw your attention towards a comprehensive rundown of best Marathi films that everyone must watch. These films would not only give Hindi films a run for its money but will also make you want to watch them right now.
In case, you think that regional films are boring; we would urge you to watch at least one of them.
The film revolves around two kids who appreciate little things in life and make us realise the same. With sheer innocence and simplicity, these kids are sure to win your heart and make you wonder how and why small things can make a big difference in one's life.
A film produced by Priyanka Chopra, Ventilator is based on the bond that one shares with relatives. The emotions depicted in the film flow in seamlessly and do not look exaggerated at all.
Natsamrat was adapted from a play with the same name. Nana Patekar's portrayal of Appa will leave you speechless. The retired stage actor's performance is so convincing that you laugh and cry with him. Just a warning, keep tissues handy.
This film was India's official entry to the Oscars in 2016. The film created magic on all international platforms and got awarded wherever it was nominated. It would not be wrong to say that this film has made every Indian proud.
You truly must be living under a rock if you haven't seen or possibly caught wind of this perfect work of art.
Jabya is 13 years of age. His dad is continously whipped because he belongs to the lower section of the society. Jabya, on the other hand, falls in love with a girl who belongs to the upper class of the society and is entrapped in the brutalities of the caste system.
This is a story of an 11-year-old boy who moves to a residential community after his mom gets a transfer. Acclimating to the new place and unable to tell his mom about it, Chinmay takes us with him on an adventure.
This film needs no introduction. Marathi cinema hit a new milestone after this film because it received nationwide recognition. In fact, a Bollywood remake of this film is all set to be released this year.
This National Award winning Marathi movie directed by Nishikant Kamat charms you from the first scene.
Meaning "A knife through the heart", Katyar Kaljat Ghusali demonstrates a melodic duel between two families. Insatiability, issues with the government and human defects make for the framework of the story.
The story revolves around a guy who believes that God visited his village, but noone believes him. This film is a mix of politics and drama and also marks the debut of Naseeruddin Shah in the Marathi films.
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