Pentagon Presents Goshta Choti Dongaraevadhi

Goshta Choti Dongra evadhi
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goshta choti dongra yevadhi

Presentor: Pentagon Production Pvt. Ltd.
Director: Nagesh Bhosale
Story, Dialogues: Shaam Petkar, Arvind Jagtap
Camera: Suresh Suvarna
Concept: Makarand Anspure
Music: Shailendra Barve
t’s a fact that in this predominantly agricultural country like India, a farmer is still living in misery. On the other hand the working class in city and the capitalists are a part of this materialistic world, exploiting the poor farmers. It is a pity that the so called Corporate India is very much the creation based on the sweat and sacrifice of poor farmers. Even today, after so many reforms in different sectors, the agricultural sector remains neglected. The requirements of farmers are not met by the government even after 60 years of independence. gosh choti dongara yevadhi

Big announcements are made by our administrators by sitting in five star hotels and planning to make India a superpower. False promises are made by our selfish politicians, who hold their plans in cold storage, exploiting the poor to the maximum. To make people seriously think about these most relevant issues connected with farmers in India, new Marathi film ‘Goshta Choti Dongraevadhi’ strikes at the most appropriate time.

After successful launch of their first film ‘Gallit Gondhal Dillit Mujra’ as Producers, the group of five friends comprising of Makarand Anaspure, Sayaji Shinde, Nagesh Bhosale, Laxmikant Khabiya and Suresh Suvarna have come together once again with this sensitive tale on farmer’s life. ‘Goshta Choti Dongraevadhi’ is due for release in Maharashtra on 14th August 2009. As rightly indicated through its apt title, the film narrates a tragic tale which throws light on the available working conditions and the present lifestyle of farmers that force them to live in pathetic conditions. In spite of facing hurdles including natural calamities, the farmer of this predominantly agricultural country stands out a winner without a reward, only to be pushed into additional burden of debt. His only hope is staring at the sky with dreams in his eyes. Otherwise, in this democratic country, his connect with others is only through exercising his franchise.

Nandu, is one such farmer shown in the film who also sets his eyes towards the sky praying for timely rain and living a life full of hardships and yet overcoming all challenges in growing the crop. However, his debt keeps on rising day by day like his other worry of an unmarried sister in the family. Nandu is joined by his friend from City – Rajaram, who comes to the village out of compulsion, but with big hope of growing a crop with limited resources. Like a good friend he comes to the rescue of Nandu, during his hard times, but that support is not enough to shoulder the burden falling on Nandu. One day, when Nandu finds all his belongings taken away from his house, he commits suicide by consuming pesticide. He breaths his last on the laps of Rajaram, who watches his tragic end helplessly.

The death of Nandu raises many questions in Rajaram’s mind, who too is vulnerable like any other farmer in that village. Why can’t the compensation that is offered to the family members, be given to the farmer under strange circumstances ? Why is everybody so concerned about suicides of farmers, yet unable to find solution? So, he decides to raise these sensitive issues in his own way. Rajaram’s methodology strikes at the right spot and the whole system gets revamped.

‘Goshta Choti Dongraevadhi’ does not simply address the issues of farmers but also shows the way out. You may call it a revolution or even call it a warning before the expected storm. It is not a blame game. It’s not provocation. It is only the way of painting ‘disaster’ which appears like a huge mountain. It depends how the viewers perceive it. The concept of this film is drawn by Makarand Anaspure, while Shyam Petkar and Ravindra Jagtap have worked together on Story-Screenplay and dialogues. Shailendra Barve has composed the music, while Suresh Suvarna has captured the natural beauty of the village with his creative eye.

The film’s star cast comprises of Sayaji Shinde, Makarand Anaspure, Nagesh Bhosale, Girija Oak, Madhavi Juvekar, Madhu kambikar & Shilpa Anaspure. The film also has Late Nilu Phule in a special appearance. It’s almost like paying tributes to the legend through this film. According to the makers, ‘Goshta Choti Dongraevadhi’ is a complete film paying more attention on its script, besides offering a strong star cast and excellence in technical area.

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User's Comments
Mahesh P | Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 4:11 PM
Makarand is really very talented person, exellent direction is there & no word for dilogues. Makrand, Nagesh & Sayaji all them are feel actor for marathi film they can do same to same acting for this type of story. I like the concept of movie. I also cried at the end of movie n have seen three times in two days. Thanks all of them & There team.
Dinanath Wadapurkar | Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 3:30 PM
Super .. I have no words to say anything about this movie.. Makrand sir you are great :)
Anil | Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 10:33 PM
Goshta Chhoti....
Good movie! But I wish the movie did not have an ending like this. The end is unrealistic and stupid for many reasons - one, it's not a solution to a big social problem. It's just an individual reaction. I wish they could have shown a real implementable solution. Unfortunately, writing from a country where these battles have already been lost (USA), I know that there is no easy solution in sight. I wish the core team had shown a litttttle more insight into this. The problem is not politicians like "Krishimantri". They are a small fish in this game. A much bigger fish is the companies like Monsanto, ConAgra, Vendanta, Cargill and people like this mantri are simply bought by them with millions of dollars. I wish the movie had shon the real enemy of the farmers. ... But thanks for pointing out to the problem in a brutal and in-your-face way. I wish the fight against the Goliaths was easy...but the BT Brinjal win is a good step ahead...
Parag B | Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 10:33 PM
Ekdam zabardast film! Right to the point. Thanks to Pentagon Productions for giving us this gem. What a concept and a novel ending. Great acting by all three protagonists Nagesh Bhonsale, Makarand Anaspure, Sayaji Shinde and yes, Nile Phule. It was great to see Nilu sir after a long time. Back in childhood days it was fun to watch Nile Phule movies and all those “Patil” roles. They say such was the intensity of his portrayal that people, especially women, were intimidated by him in real life. It is sad that he is not with us anymore. Back to the movie review, great direction and great cinematography. All real and authentic locations. I recall that one scene when the kid is running to the village informing villagers about the suicide and then villagers start running to site of suicide. What an impact! The song “Matichya lekarach matimadhe man sar ...” is perfectly inter-woven throughout the film and only adds to the mood. The song is very haunting. I agree with some of the other viewers that this film should make it all film festivals around the world. My grand-father was a farmer and I still visit our farms whenever I can. I always ponder so many of us are good engineers and doctors, we definitely would have been good farmers too! The film ends with a message in the baritone voice of Nana Patekar. Suicide and violence cannot be the solutions to any problems. It reminds us to acknowledge the identity and contribution of farmers to this society. True. Hey, no matter how much money one makes, at the end of hard-earned day we all need is nice plate of meal and I always remember to thank those who got me that meal. Do you?
Tanaji More | Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 10:43 PM
First of all many many thanks to Makarand, Sayaaji, Nagesh Bhosale and all who are related to this movie. During and After watching this movie, I cried from bottom of my heart. This is my all time fav movie in Marathi. Matichya lekarach matimadhe man sar ... song is now became a prayer for me...! I was observing all this shown in movie since my childhood and still that picture is going even worst. I wish this movie will reach to more and more people so some positive impact will arise in them and the govt. You all worked very hard to mak this movie, can be seen in the perfection of everything and i felt like watching life not just movie or any art form. I know this is not a entertainment movie but the distribution of the movie should be done in even larger way which will make the core purpose of movie successful. I am a farmer's son and from Marathwada and i can feel the pain projected here. I hope in near future I will be in a position to give a strong helping hand to my people. These kind of movies inspires me and remind me about my responsibilty. Atleast, I woke up from this movie and wish I will keep this emotion and sensitivity alive so that something that I can do in coming time. Once again thanks to all.
Sameer | Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 8:49 PM
Must Watch
Its an awesome movie and should be watched by everone and should learn something about our farmers life in india... Should accept there living...
Sameer | Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 12:02 PM
Goshta-Choti.....hrudayala bhidnari
Paisa vasool...............apratim film mala tar vatat fr. oscar please add this movie song immediate
Pramod Kadam | Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 4:44 PM
resp.. I like the movie best but farmer's can go to high level, if politican can do it personally by getting in direct touch with farmers. as 85% politican mlas r farmer in maharashtra. politican should be like shivajirao gaikwad from movie so called "NAYAK" . IF ALL THE MLA\'S WILL ACT LIKE SHIVAJIRAO? THEN NOT ONLY MAHARASHTRA COMPLETE INDIA WILL GO HIGH???????????????? regard's
Sagar Kasturkar | Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 3:33 AM
About Goshta Choti Dongaraevadhi
Makarand dada kharach tumch concept farach sunder ani hrudaysparshi hota, ani tumhi mazapramane sarva prekshakanche dole dipawale he tevdhech satya he ase chitrapat jar tumhi waranwar karat rahile tar mala khatri ahe ki ya aplya NALAYAK mantrana laj watnyat jast wel lagnar nahi maze ase mhanane nahi ki tumhi ase chitrapat nehmi banwat raha pan ya concept war jar warchya tharala neun pochawale tar farach madat hoil. Apala Preksh
Vrushalee | Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 2:34 PM
A well-created and thought provoking film, especially when compared to the other films also dealing with the agricultural issues in Maharashtra. Nagesh Bhosale and team has really taken efforts to make the script realistic. It is obvious in the ways scenes are built and characters are introduced. The song is used brilliantly. The camera work is unique as well. For me, it was honestly an unexpected experience. Indeed, thanks for the same.
Vikrant Harne | Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 2:55 AM
Jeevan Garad | Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 8:25 PM
Gosta Choti Dongaraevadhi
I see the film and also th comment on film in theator & on website and think about the tendancy of the people . They enjoy the Film . So worst. thing of enjoying film . They cant understand the film and the real life of farmers. because of they are not the farmer or not any connection with farmer . They go to the malls & bring the all things how they think or see the farmers life . All reader & producers read carefully next writing. In this film showing the life of farmer is 100% real and also more than worst because in Maharashtra lot of land is not came under irregation and depend on mansoon and the help from govt. is not realy shown is represent the reality . I really thank to the producer & director . when I see the film I go to the Vidarbha & Marathwada Region in rural area Wich I see nearly . I am A farmers son & nearly see the powerty of farmer. Thank you
Purushottam Awate | Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 9:46 PM
Chitrapat kaljacha thav gheto, jabardast cinema, baryach divsane pahayala milala dhanyawad zee, makrand-nagesh-sayaji shinde
Dr. Pawan S Chandak | Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 11:07 AM
Reallly Marathi movies has crossed its traditional limit of popularity. Earlier it was popular amongs Maharashtra but nowadays it becoming popular all over the world. I think this change happened since Tingya, Me Shivaji Raje Bhosle boltoy & recent Goshta-Choti-Dongraevadhi. Me & my whole family have really enjoyed this film. Definitely this film giving an very good message to Society that \'WHY some has money not other, Day to Day New Malls & Multiplex opening but nobody cares for those people who are living in Rural area, Still Farmers are doing suicide, no development there WHY ? WHY ? WHY ?
S M Bhalchandra | Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 2:47 PM
Congratulation !!!!!!!!!!!
Kaharokharach pratyek marathi manasane pahava asa cinema aahe. maharashtratil sarva rajkarni lokana theatre madhye band karun ha chitrapat dakhavayla hawa. nagesh sir, sayaji sir, makarand sir tumchya sarvanche aabhar ani ashech changle chitrapat tumhi banval hich iccha. Nilu dadana bhavpurna shradhanjali. jai kisan, jai maharashtra
Hareish | Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 8:14 PM
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Not only the Maharashtrians but every moviegoer must watch this film.If possible, may be dubbed in hindi and should be made tax free.Great team work.
Amit | Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 1:02 PM
Goshta choti - Sundar kalakruti
Marathi Prekshakano.. Aavarjun Paha hi kalakruti.. Hats off to the team of Goshta Choti Dongra evdhi
Shriraj Agashe | Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 10:39 PM
Aapratim movie, shaharatlya lokana shetkari atmahatyecha prashna kholat samjavun dila aahe. movie bagha tumche dole kadachit ughadtil
Sameer | Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 1:56 AM
khup sunder movie ahe. ha movie aplya politician lokana dakhavala pahije, khaskarun aplya sharad pawarana, jenekarun aple shetkari kay life jagtat te tari kalel ani baki tya politicianana je shetkaranchya karjmafichya navavarti swta paise khatat. kharokhar nagesh bhosle yani changla vishay ati utkrusht ritine mandla ahe. jar aapan marathi mansala jagvanara \"me chtrapati shivajiraje b b\" chitrapat keval tyache dialogue baji eknyasathi pahu shakto tar aplya shetkaryanche samsya kay ahet, he pahnyasathi appan ha chitrapatatun pahu shakto.
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