Director Girish Mohite's next Marathi movie, which is scheduled to release in August this year, will debate on 'live-in' relationships.
'Ati Lagu' (conditions apply) is a movie that debates the pros and cons of 'live-in' relationship as against the institution of marriage," Mohite told PTI.
The film will be released in the first week of August across Maharashtra, Goa and Belagavi in Karnataka, the director said.
"The story is around the life of a reserved man and outspoken woman who works as a jockey at a local Radio station. They are in a live-in relationship as they are opposed to the institution of marriage," said the "Bhartiya" helmer who has teamed up with lead actor Subodh Bhave once again in this movie.
"The entire story line triggers debate on marriage versus live-in relationship. There is commitment in both the cases," said Mohite.
The film, which is shot in Pune and Satara, features Dipti Devi, who will be seen for the first time in a main role.
The starcast includes Atul Parchure, Radhika Harshe, Atisha Naik, Milind Pathak, Rajan Tamhane, Dr Utkarsha Naik, Radha Kulkarni, Vinit Sharma and Rewati Limaye.
Produced by Sandesh Mhatre, the screenplay of the film is by Sanjay Pawar and music by Avinash-Vishwajit.
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