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Classmates
Classmates film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Aditya Sarpotdar
Produced by Suresh Pai
Mediamonks
Written by Kshitij Patwardhan
(Dialogue)
Screenplay by Kshitij Patwardhan
Sameer Vidhwans
Story by James Albert
Based on Classmates (2006 film)
by Lal Jose
Starring Ankush Choudhary
Sai Tamhankar
Sachit Patil
Sonalee Kulkarni
Siddharth Chandekar
Sushant Shelar
Suyash Tilak
Pallavi Patil
Music by Amit Raj
Troy-Arif
Avinash-Vishwajeet
Pankaj Padghan
Cinematography K.K. Manoj
Edited by Faisal Mahadik Imran Mahadik
Production
company
Mahalasa Entertainment
Media Monks
Distributed by Video Palace, S.K. Production Films
Release date
  • 16 January 2015 (2015-01-16)
Running time
175 minutes
Country India
Language Marathi
Budget 5 crore (US$750,000)[1]
Box office 21 crore (US$3.1 million) (Lifetime) [2][3]

Classmates (Marathi: क्लासमेट्स) is a Marathi language film directed by Aditya Sarpotdar starring Ankush Choudhary, Sai Tamhankar, Sachit Patil, Sonalee Kulkarni and Siddharth Chandekar.[4] The film is an official remake of 2006 Malayalam film, with the same name. The film is set in 1995. Trailer of the film was released on 28 October 2014.

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CastEdit

PlotEdit

Satya is a last year student and a college leader from "yuva shakti party". Ani is a first year student and a very cool and fun loving boy and Satya's friend. Aditi Nimbalkar is the niece of a politician. Appu is a rough girl and Satya's right hand. She loves Satya. Rohit is also a last year student and a swimmer. Ani has an ambition to build music section in college. In the beginning, Satya and Aditi hate each other but later, they fell in love with each other. During this, elections begin and Rohit decides that Aditi is going to oppose Satya in elections. The turning point of the story is Ani's death.

SoundtrackEdit

Classmates
Soundtrack album by Amit Raj, Troy-Arif, Avinash-Vishwajeet & Pankaj Padghan
Released 13 January 2015 (2015-01-13)
Genre Feature Film Soundtrack
Length 32:12
Label Video Palace

Music of the film is composed by Amit Raj, Troy Arif, Avinash-Vishwajeet and Pankaj Padghan with lyrics are penned by Mandar Cholkar, Satyajeet Ranade, Guru Thakur and Kshitij Patwardhan.[5]

The first single from the film "Teri Meri Yaariyan" was released on YouTube on 7 November 2014. The second song "Bindhast Bedhadak" was released on 24 November 2014 on 9x Jhakaas.

Track listingEdit

Classmates
No.TitleLyricsMusicSinger(s)Length
1."Teri Meri Yaariyan"Mandar CholkarAmit RajHarshavardhan Wavare & Amit Raj4:11
2."Bindhast Bedhadak"Satyajeet RanadeAvinash-VishwajeetAshish Sharma, Farhad Bhivandiwala & Hrishikesh Ranade4:02
3."Roz Mala Visrun Me"Guru ThakurAmit RajBela Shende & Harshavardhan Wavare3:42
4."Aala Re Raja"Kshitij PatwardhanTroy-ArifAadarsh Shinde3:37
5."Swapna Chalun Aale"Kshitij PatwardhanPankaj PadghanSonu Nigam & Sayali Pankaj3:45
6."Saang Na"Kshitij PatwardhanTroy-ArifShekhar Ravjiani5:14
7."Teri Meri Yaariyan (Reprise)"Mandar CholkarAmit RajHarshavardhan Wavare & Amit Raj5:03
8."Roz Mala Visrun Me (Female Version)"Guru ThakurAmit RajBela Shende2:23
9."Classical Classmates"InstrumentalAvinash-VishwajeetInstrumental
Additional Vocals: Aanandi V Joshi, Priyanka Barve & Vishwajeet Joshi
1:35
Total length:32:12

ReleaseEdit

The film was supposed to be released on 31 December 2014, upon getting postponed, Classmates released on 16 January 2015.The film opened to positive reviews and was declared as a superhit.

Critical receptionEdit

JustMarathi.com gave it 3 stars and stated that Classmates has given the right start for the year 2015 for Marathi movie lovers. [6]

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