Located at a distance of about 48 kms from Mumbai city, Ambernath has almost the same culture of Mumbai’s Dadar and Girgaon. People over here are more keen on watching Marathi plays and films. No wonder, this is the third year they organised Marathi Film Festival in a big way. This year, the festival began on 21st September with Yogesh Soman’s film ‘Majha Bhirbhir’ and concluded with Girish Mohite’s film ‘Sarvanaam’. The festival was possible due to efforts taken by Amber Bharari Oraganisation’s Sunil Choudhari and Chitrapat Mahamandal President Meghraj Bhosale.
This year there were 25 films and 50 short films screened during the period of festival at the auditorium of AAMA in Ambernath. Among the other films which were also screened at the festival were, ‘Natawanda’,’Mumbai Kinara’,’Sorry’,’Rairand’, Not a Breaking news’, Happy Birthday to You’, ‘Naraya’,’Dhuma’,’ Khopa’, Pratibha’,’ Vakya’,’ Bal Bhimrao’, ‘Braveheart’, Ganu’,’Trucker’ & others. Late Anand Abhyankar’s last film ‘Gadbad Gondhal’ was also screened at the festival, to pay tributes to him. The organisers will also present an award posthumously, to salute the actor on26th November 2017 duri