DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that Digpal Lanjekar's 2018 film 'Farzand' was a huge commercial success? This predecessor film for 2019's 'Fatteshikast ' has been one of the highest-grossing Marathi films of all-time. It also ran in theaters for more than 50 days. If there is a clear indication of a film's success other than box-office gross, screening time might be it. That is why there is sort of a pressure for the latter Lanjekar period film to perform well in the box-office. Recently, the rise of Marathi-language films have been noticed all around the world. Recent releases like 'Hirkani', 'Triple Seat' and 'Bhai' all have been critically acclaimed. They have also reached box-office recognition, further propelling Indian cinema to its success. In fact, even Marathi cinema has found some liking from Japanese viewers. Japanese directors Yuta Shimotsu and Mitsunori Yokobori even paid a visit at Lanjekar's set while shooting for 'Fatteshikast'. The two film makers have attested to the appreciation that Japanese movie fans have had for 'Farzand'.
After its initial screening, the 2019 period historical film has received mostly good reviews. Moreover, based on its earnings, one can say that it was indeed a hit and a box-office success. By its 12th day on cinemas, it already has made a total of 6.96 Crore. This strengthens the film's claim as one of the top Marathi-language films in recent years. With how much content from Indian cinema is developing every year, it is not surprising to see a lot of its titles on the streaming platforms. You can easily find the best Indian movies on Netflix and in the near future, you might have more of the best Marathi movies there as you might expect.