Watch: Sanjay Dutt's maiden Marathi film production - Baba's teaser
Sanjay Dutt and his wife Maanayata Dutt have begun their journey into the Marathi film industry, as producers with their first film Baba.
The Marathi film industry is abuzz about Baba being produced by Sanjay Dutt and his wife Maanayata Dutt. The film is co-produced under their banner Sanjay S Dutt Productions, with Ashok Subhedar and Aarti Subhedar of Blue Mustang Creations. The curiosity for the film went northward after the teaser was unveiled today.
The teaser gives an idea about the story that revolves around a little boy unable to speak, yet is happy and enjoying with his parents in his small world perched atop a hill. The movie will hit the silver screens on August 2, 2019.
Sanjay Dutt and his wife Maanayata Dutt have begun their journey into the Marathi film industry, as producers with their first film – Baba. The film is co-produced under their banner Sanjay S Dutt Productions, with Ashok Subhedar and Aarti Subhedar of Blue Mustang Creations, who had earlier produced the film "Bucket List" starring Madhuri Dixit.
The first poster of Baba received an overwhelming response and the producers now have released the first teaser of the film. The teaser has further invoked the curiosity about the film, which comes with the tagline 'Emotions Have No Language,' which aptly highlights the message that it is a story of the father and son and their journey through life.
Baba features Tanu Weds Manu and Hindi Medium fame actor Deepak Dobriyal, who is making his foray into his very first Marathi film, along with Nandita Patkar. They are aptly supported by Spruha Joshi, Abhijeet Khandkekar, Chittaranjan Giri, Jaywant Wadkar and the very adorable child artist Aaryan Menghji. The film is directed by Raj R Gupta, director of Dhaaga, a Marathi short film released on Zee 5.
Ashok Subhedar of Blue Mustang Creations says, "Baba is a story by Manish Singh – well directed by Raj R Gupta and Set in a scenic coastal village of Konkan. This is a story that will resonate with every age group, for its simplicity and innocence."
Raj R. Gupta, the director of Baba, says, "I truly believe emotions have no language and this has been beautifully conveyed by the actors in our film. It is a bittersweet tale of how a family pursues happiness over everything."
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