Marathi Cinema has added another laurel to its kitty. Nana Patekar starrer ?'Natsamrat - Asa Nat Hone Nahi' ?has got the biggest opening weekend? in Marathi Cinema. The Mahesh Majrekar directed film opened to packed houses on its release date, this New Year. The film flaunted houseful boards across the state and has collected more than 10 Crores on its opening weekend at the Box Office.
It entered the theatres with more than 400 screens & 1600? daily ?shows all over the county?. The film has managed to achieve this on the basis of a soul-stirring
?dialogues by V. V. Shirwadkar and Kitan Yadnyopavit, powerful direction of Mahesh Manjrekar ?& spectacular performances by actors including Nana Patekar, Vikarm Gokhake and Medha Manjrekar. ?This critically acclaimed film is getting viewer's love from each medium.
The first week of the new year has given movie buffs plenty of reason to rejoice. Mahesh Manjrekar's Natsamrat is the kind of cinema that leaves your eyes moist and your soul cleansed. Even the most hardened and cynical moviegoer would find it hard not to be moved by the plight of Ganapat Belwalkar, a theatre actor par excellence who foolishly believes his children will look after him after retirement.
Director Mahesh Manjarekar said, "Marathi Cinema has become synonymous with Good Cinema in the recent times. Making Natsamrat was like dream come true for me. Our team had put heart and soul to make this dream happen and today I am overwhelmed with the response Natsamrat is getting from audience and film critics."Reacting on Natsamrat stupendous success.
Nittin Keni, CEO of Zee Studios; the company that presented and distributed the film said that the success of Natsamrat has created history, it is important to us and the Marathi film industry. ?The Marathi cinema is breaking boundaries yet again?. The response of Natsamrat has proved how mature that Marathi audience has become. The viewers and our team are equal shareholder in the success of the film.
Natsamrat - Asa Nat Hone Nahi was released on 1st January, 2016 and is still running successfully in theatres all over Maharashtra.