The crime-drama is based on the late Jayant Pawar’s story Varanbhatloncha Ni Kon Nay Koncha. It revolves around the lives of two young boys from Mumbai’s chawls making their way into the world of crime. After his father, a dreaded gangster, is killed, the only ambition that young Digya (Prem Dharmadhikari) has is to become a gangster, and find
CINCINNATI — Earl Starr is the first to admit he has made plenty of mistakes in his life. But when his son’s mom was diagnosed with cancer, Starr wanted to do things the right way.
He paid $8,200 for a two-family house in Evanston with money he had cashed out from a retirement plan. He could see the place needed work, he said. But he figured he could do most of it himself. The goal was for him and his son to live in half the property and to rent out the other half to generate some income.
“I figured if I didn’t have no mortgage or no rent, it would allow me to live free,” Starr said. “I could pay my gas and electric with the rent from downstairs and save a portion for my taxes. And whatever I made as a barber, I could use for whatever lifestyle
The makers of the upcoming murder mystery show The Great Indian Murder, released a special video on Friday which shows how they came up with the title of the series, based on Vikas Swarup’s novel ‘Six Suspects’.
The show’s co-producer Ajay Devgn took to his Instagram to share the video.
Ajay wrote: “Trailer dekh liya ab dekho #TheGreatIndianMurder ke title ki mystery. Turning the clock back to unveil how the show name came to be.”
The video shows the The Great Indian Murder director Tigmanshu Dhulia, producer Ajay Devgn and one of the show leads, Pratik Gandhi jamming over the title of the show.
Pratik first throws the suggestion of naming the show after the book but Ajay disagrees on the grounds of it being too obvious. Tigmanshu then suggests that the title
Marathi film ‘Lochya Zala Re’, a comedy of errors directed by the duo Paritosh Painter and Ravi Adhikari, has been witnessing a steady progression at the box-office despite stiff competition from ‘Badhaai Do‘.
In major cities and towns, it is holding a strong position in the interiors of Maharashtra. The film has done exceptional business in the first 10 days.
The film, which is said to be the adaptation of the Marathi play Pati Sagle Uchapati, stars Sayaji Shinde, Ankush Chaudhari, Siddharth Jadhav, and Vaidehi Parashurami.
With Valentine’s Day falling on Monday, the film is expected to witness a jump in ticket sales. The film, which has been released in the USA, Canada, the UAE, and Australia, is poised to reach a mark of around 16-17 Crores lifetime business worldwide.
‘Lochya Zala Re’ is currently