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Mukta Arts' VALU completes 100 days in style

May 6, 2008 11:57:18 AM IST
Bollywood Trade News Network
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After winning the hearts all over the world, Mukta Arts' first Marathi film VALU- The Wild Bull has completed 100 days. The film has received massive success not only in Maharashtra but all around the world. VALU has already received a standing ovation at Rotterdam Film Festival.

Umesh Kulkarni, Director of VALU celebrated this landmark achievement with the entire star cast of the film by awarding each individual who transformed it in to a masterpiece. The entire event was graced by veteran actors like Naseeruddin Shah and Nana Patekar who not only praised the director but also admired the efforts of the backstage artists. Also present were senior theater actor like Girish Kulkarni, versatile Dr. Mohan Aghashe, noted writer director Sarang Godbole etc.

VALU was bought over by Mukta Arts for distribution across India. This was Mukta Arts' reaffirmation of its commitment to Marathi cinema.



 
 

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