Shala Marathi Film. Directed by Sujay S. Dahake

Movie Detail of  Shala
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Movie:  Shala
Genre:  Drama, Romance
Release Year:  2012
Company:  Great Maratha Entertainment, Nishad Audio Visuals, Navalakha Arts
Producer:   Vivek Wagh - Nilesh Navalakha
Director:  Sujay S. Dahake
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Story:  Based on 'Shala' 'the best selling novel by Milind Bokil
Screenplay:  Avinash Deshpande
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Cast:  Dilip Prabhavakar, Devki Daftar, Amruta Khanvilkar, Santosh Juvekar, Jeetendra Joshi, Anand Ingle, Ashwini Giri, Nandu Madhav, Anshuman Joshi, Ketaki Mategaonkar

Set in the 70’s in rural India, Four 9th grade kids were writing their destiny. JOSHI (14) is madly in love with SHIRODKAR (14) a beautiful Indian looking girl. Both go to the same school, and study in the same class. The age old question “What is love anyway?” Joshi goes through a series of events just to let the girl know about his feelings towards her. Joshi’s friends on the other hand are going through the same phase of life. The difference is all four of them come from a different cultural and family background.

SURYA (16) is a typical life lover & a great blend of society and hippie culture.
CHITRYA (14) a born genius. Wants to be a scientist. He comes from a modern family setting and is the smartest one amongst the group.
FAVDYA (15) the poorest and dumbest amongst all four. A true friend.
JOSHI (14) comes from an average middle class family, with a confused future. A true lover and a good friend.

Joshi wants the girl to know his feelings. He has been trying hard. He attends the same private tuitions as her just to get a glance of her. He follows her to her house everyday without her knowing about this. So will he let her know…. Will he break the rules of society & express his feelings to Shirodkar. A story of struggle, freedom and liberation with a spice of lonliness.

Adaptation from the book: The screenplay of this film has been adapted from the best selling novel of the same name ,

by reputed Marathi novelist Milind Bokil.

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