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Lagapa Marathi Natak is a story of a father and a son. This newly launched Marathi Natak aims to spread a very needed lesson and message to its audience. This lesson is something which I believe, every child should learn at some point in their life. During an interview with VeryFirstTale, Dhananjay Jamdar (Artist Playing The Father’s Role) said,”जगात बिनकामाच अस काहीच नाही. म ती वस्तू असो कि व्यक्ती. हे सांगणार लगपा हे नाटक आहे. ” Lagapa Marathi Natak, directed by Shrikant Jadhav, is such a play that is much needed in today's real life. It shares a truth that is often the most relatable.
Rakshas Shaktiman Mula Yuktiman is a must-watch, entertainment-filled, full-on enjoyment Bal Natak (children's play). This 2-hour Play is packed with the perfect package of fun and enjoyment for kids. Moreover, it aims to spread an important message for today's kids which makes it really worth watching.
Mastermind - A suspense-thriller Marathi Natak directed by our very beloved Vijay Kenkre, starring Aastad Kale and Aditi Sarangdhar. Although Mastermind Natak is a suspense-filled Marathi Play, and sharing any scene or moment might just spoil the thrill and suspense. However, here’s a short personal review blog of this Natak in which you will definitely find some glimpses and insights about the Natak without actually revealing the suspense.
I Am Punglya Sharukya Agimahul - A heart-touching and eye-opening Marathi Natak based on the backdrop of the Fasepardhi community. It is a thrilling play that portrays a deep reflection of the then and current societal norms against the Pardhi community and its people. Furthermore, I Am Punglya Sharukya Agimahul, a recipient of 14 awards including recognition of “A” Level status by the Maharashtra Government, is inspired by real-life events and challenges encountered by the Fasepardhi community. Fortunately, I got a chance to watch its 51st Show at Vishnudasbhave Natygruha Vashi, the Natak has just touched my soul in the most beautiful way. Therefore, this is my personal review blog of the Marathi Play I Am Punglya Sharukya Agimahul.
Bai Wadyatun Jaa is a horror, comedy & thrill-packed new Marathi Natak starring Digambar Naik and Sonali Patil. The story of Bai Wadyatun Jaa Natak revolves around six people who get trapped inside the house (Wada). The Natak showcases the ways in which these six people find a way out of the house. But in a very sweet, comedy, and cheerful way. 
The story of All The Best Natak revolves around 3 boys and one girl. Out of these three boys, one is deaf (played by Manmeet Pem), one is mute (played by Mayuresh Pem), and one is a blind person (played by Vikas). These three boys are best friends of each other. One fine day, a girl named Mohini enters their house. Seing the girl being very friendly, open, and beautiful, all three of them fall in love with the same girl. And that's where the real chaotic comedy starts to begin.
The Circuit play story is all about Sanjay Narvekar, portrayed as Minister in the Natak and the secretary of the opposition party leader. It kicks off when Sanjay plans to hang out with the secretary. But their plans for a secret meeting are disrupted by a dramatic event, throwing their lives into chaos and setting off a chain of funny and crazy events involving the whole cast. The minister then calls upon his personal assistant to help him resolve the situation, but things only seem to get worse as they try to fix things. What follows is a wild roller coaster of comedic mishaps, making for a laugh-out-loud situational comedy filled with unexpected twists and turns.
Friend Request talks about the unforeseen effects and consequences of what a simple ‘Friend Request’ on Facebook can cause in our lives.
The narrative of Galib is intriguing with astonishing suspense – something beyond your anticipation. Believe me, as you engross yourself in the play, time slips away unnoticed, and you become completely immersed in its gripping storylines. The suspense gives you those thrill chills you rarely witness in today's Marathi Nataks. From a personal perspective, I was astounded by the suspense this play unfolds – an experience that can only be truly witnessed and felt when seen live.