Shentimental Movie: Marathi comedy film set to release on 28th July

Shentimental Movie: Marathi comedy film set to release on 28th July
Written by Ravleen Chawla

Shentimental is a forthcoming Marathi comedy film starring Ashok Saraf, Vikas Patil, Upendra Limaye, Pallavi Patil, Raghuveer Yadav, Suyog Gore, slated to release on 28 July 2017. It’s a comedy drama directed by well-recognized director Sameer Patil who has previously directed Poster Boyz as well as Poster Girl. The Shentimental Movie trailer is appropriate to show us the working of the police department and how for solving the theft case. The trailer was very crunchy and full of humorous dialogues. This movie looks like a full-on Entertainer.

The film Shentimental which depicts Ashok Saraf Mama as Police Constable following 48 years. The Shentimental trailer shows us about the police department, as it is also congested with work stress, workload as well as deadlines to resolve the criminal cases. But to uncover the zeal at work and to discover little acts of pleasure every day, makes you Shentimental.

Film Promotors plus PR strategist are connecting numerous elements of the real movie into the promotional event to make the impact on the audience and media. One such event was held in recent times for the upcoming Marathi movie Shentimental concerning Maharashtra Police department. The Shentimental movie Music launch was held in Mumbai on the set of a police station.

The Music of the movie Shentimental was launched in the attendance of many personages as well as the cast and crew of the movie.  The cast comprises  Director Sameer Patil, Upendra Limaye, Actors Ashok Saraf,  Raghuveer Yadav, Pallavi Patil, Vikas Patil, Ramesh Vani and Suyog Gorhe, Ambarish Darak, Producers Bunny Dalmia, Music director Milind Joshi.

The Shentimental movie Music is penned and composed by Milind Joshi, Dasu Vaidya and Guru Thakur. The movie has totality three songs sung by singers Shaan,  Bela Shende, Avadhoot Gupte, Nihira Joshi Deshpande and Pavani Pandey.

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