Kashinath also said that he wanted to know the audience response for the experimental movies like Anubhava, and he decided to release the movie for third time. Kashinath posted, "I am eager to know the audience reviews towards experimental films like Anubhava. I want to understand the present generation's expectation out of a film. So, Anubhava has been scheduled for a re-release on 29th of this month, for the third time to all those who missed the Kashinath Flavour."
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Earlier, Kashinath had also confirmed that Anubhava, which was made in 35mm has been converted to Cinemascope. He had tweeted, "Anubhava- The Cinema Gauge which was originally in 35mm is now converted to a wide version of Cinemascope with Digital 5.1 Stereo Sound."
Anubhava also won three state awards, and later it was remade in Hindi, which was also directed by Kashinath. Shekar Suman played the lead role in Hindi version, which was titled as Anubhav.