Vrundavan

Vrundavan is a 2016 Indian Marathi-language film, directed by T. L. V Prasad.[2][3] It is official remake of Telugu film Brindavanam (2010).[4]

Vrundavan
Vrundavan.jpg
Film poster
Directed byT. L. V. Prasad
Based onBrindavanam (2010)
Produced bySandeep Sharma
[1] Raj Premi
Suniel Khandpur
StarringRaqesh Bapat
Vaidehi Parashurami
Pooja Sawant
Edited byHardik Singh Reen
Music byAmitraj
Release date
  • 8 April 2016 (2016-04-08)
CountryIndia
LanguageMarathi

PlotEdit

Krish (Raqesh Bapat) is the son of a multimillionaire. He has a love interest in Pooja (Pooja Sawant), who has a friend Bhumi (Vaidehi Parashurami). Bhumi's father Bhanupratap Inamdar (Mahesh Manjrekar) wants to get her married to her cousin Kalyan (Sameer Deshpande), who is a rowdy goon, which Bhumi doesn't like. Naturally, Girdhar Inamdar (Ashok Saraf) her paternal grandfather bluffs to the family that she has already fallen in love with a guy in the city. Pooja helps her by renting Krish as her would-be, just to let her escape the wedding situation for the time being. He goes to the village intending to prevent the marriage using tricks. He ends up solving many problems in the village and finally putting an end to the rivalry between Bhanupratap and Bhumi's uncle (Sharad Ponkshe), leading to a happy ending.

CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

Vrundavan
Soundtrack album by
Released2016
GenreFilm soundtrack
LanguageMarathi
LabelZee Music Company

Vrundavan's songs were composed by Amitraj and lyrics by Mandar Cholkar. The four-song album featured vocals by Harshavardhan Wavare, Avadhoot Gupte, Kasturi Wavare.[7]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Raga Raga"Mandar CholkarHarshavardhan Wavare, Kasturi Wavare03:17
2."Aaj Premachi"Mandar CholkarHarshavardhan Wavare03:35
3."Dashing Govinda"Mandar CholkarAvadhoot Gupte03:53
4."Mana Vede"Mandar CholkarHarshavardhan Wavare05:04
Total length:15:49

ReceptionEdit

Mihir Bhanage from The Times of India stated: "Till last year, remakes of South films were almost unheard of in the Marathi film industry but the trend which was predominantly Bollywood's so far, has caught up with Marathi filmmakers too. Vrundavan, the remake of the Telugu Brindavanam, is the latest to join the bandwagon." He gave 2.0 points out of 5.[8]

Ganesh Matkari of Pune Mirror described the film as "Good Acting Talent" and "Average film".[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Editorial Staff (27 March 2016). "Vrundavan (2016) - Marathi Movie". MarathiStars. Retrieved 16 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Vrundavan (2016) Cast - Actor, Actress, Director, Producer, Music Director". Cinestaan. Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  3. ^ "'Vrundavan' is influenced by Bollywood & South romantic action films". Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  4. ^ "Raqesh Bapat in the city to promote upcoming movie Vrundavan".
  5. ^ "Vrundavan trailer: Raqesh Vashisth impresses in his Marathi debut". The Indian Express. 5 January 2016. Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  6. ^ "Vaidehi Parshurami steals the show during 'Vrundavan' media meet". Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  7. ^ "Songs from Vrundavan (2016)". www.cinestaan.com. Retrieved 9 January 2021.
  8. ^ Vrundavan Movie Review {2/5}: Critic Review of Vrundavan by Times of India, retrieved 9 January 2021
  9. ^ Matkari, Ganesh (9 April 2016). "FILM REVIEW: VRUNDAVAN". Pune Mirror. Retrieved 9 January 2021.

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