Laxman Gaekwad's novel
'Uchalya' had become so popular in late eighties, that it
was translated later in many Indian languages. The novel based on a particular
community of people neglected by society, who wandered on, without any shelter,
had invited the attention of people around the world.
Now, producer Aman Kakkad and Pushpa Kakkad are making a Marathi film on this
subject. Recently, muhurat shot of this film was shot on National award winner
child actor Vivek Chabukswar by director Sameet Kakkad. The clap for this scene
was given by actor Sachin Khedekar, while cinematographer
Sanjay Jadhav captured
the moment in the camera.
The film will try to tell how the poor neglected class of people are arrested
and punished for the small thefts carried out by them due to starvation and non
availability of shelter. And on the other hand the so called while collar people
involved in financial scams and cheating cases get away with the crimes
committed by them. Accordingly, the film will try to send a strong message to
the society. The regular shooting of the film will begin soon after all the
artistes are finalized.