Tula Kalnnaar Nahi is an upcoming Marathi film with a trailer out now. Character of Sonalee Kulkarni says in a scene that she wanted a romantic husband like Shahrukh Khan but she got a boring working husband, there is nothing more cliched than this. Fortunately or unfortunately Marathi cinema can only afford a humble budget and the story of a Marathi married couple growing out of love and then coming back has become a stereotype. Somehow the people in central India are associating with the philosophies of working women struggling between husband and career, and insecure husband.
In many other parts of India and world it is not a new theme and people are done and over it a 50 years ago. If the Marathi cinema keeps on going this way, it will out-date its own audience, which is the only market it has. Sairath as a film was an exception because of its universal appeal which lead to the commercial business. It seems as though rest of Marathi film-makers don’t want to engage universal audience even after the release of widely acclaimed Court.
Judging only by the trailer, the plot of the film is at least 20 years old, which starts with a love story of a couple, who then get married, loose the grip of their love and in the end come back. Last time this concept was utilized well was in Shahrukh Khan, Rani Mukherjee starrer Chalte Chalte in 2003. Tula Kalnnaar Nahi will release on 8 September, 2017.