मराठी नाटकांचे Reviews | Latest Marathi Natak

As a proud Maharashtrian and a Mumbaikar, apart from travelling, there's something else that lights up my soul - the Marathi Theatre and especially the new Marathi Plays. Since childhood, I've always loved watching new Marathi plays, watching them with my family and falling in love with the art form.

But as I grew older, I began to wonder?

How could I contribute to the growth of Marathi theatre?

How could I help these incredible plays reach more and more audiences?

How can I make todays youth more aware about the beautiful Marathi Plays we have?

Welcome to VeryFirstTale's exclusive Blog Page dedicated especially to Marathi Natak lovers. Here, you can find all the information about all the latest & upcoming Marathi Nataks in Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Thane, and beyond.

As part of VeryFirstTale, here, I'll be sharing my personal reviews of each Marathi Play I watch, giving you an insider's perspective on what to expect. Plus, with each review, you'll also get a sneak peek into the Natak itself with a short YouTube video featuring a few of its clips and insights from the actors themselves. Having watched every Marathi Play from childhood till now, I've reviewed over 40+ Marathi Nataks since 2022. As a passionate theatre enthusiast, I know the excitement of being the first to watch any new Marathi Play.

That's why I invite you to bookmark this page, so together, we can enjoy the various things Marathi theater has to offer. Here, you can expect a curated list of famous Marathi Nataks, from comedy Marathi Nataks, new Marathi Natak to thriller & suspense Marathi Nataks; you can find it all. So do join me on this personal journey as we celebrate the richness and diversity of the Marathi theatre.

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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.
Chinna Natak revolves around a family of four, consisting of a middle-aged couple and their son and daughter. The head of the household, portrayed by Abhay Janardhan Pair, has developed a habit of regular drinking, which has led to financial challenges for the family.
To begin with, the story of Chuk Bhul Dyavi Ghyavi revolves around a husband (played by Akshay Mudwadkar) and wife (played by Akshaya Naik), the quintessential couple, who are dealing with the ups and downs of their married life in their old age. However, there's a twist. The husband becomes very anxious, thinking about the inevitability of death. In addition to this, this continuous thought and fear of anytime death leads him to believe that this might be his last chance to spill all his secrets to his wife. Now, what follows is a cascade/chain of confessions that the husband makes to his wife. This in turn, sets the stage for comedy in chaos and the following situational comedic interactions. And this is what sets the plot of Chuk Bhul Dyavi Ghyavi. But to know what exactly these secrets are, you need to watch their upcoming show of Chuk Bhul Dyavi Ghyavi.
217 Padmini Dham Marathi Natak is truly a thriller and a magical theatrical gem you would get to witness nowadays. It's a perfect blend of thrill, suspense, magic, love, music and whatnot. It encapsulates the perfect mix of excitement, anticipation, enchantment, romance, musicality, and more. The story of 217 Padmini Dham Natak revolves around a young couple whose love story is hindered by the stark differences in boy’s and the daughter's dad’s social statuses.
Me Nathuram Godse Boltoy Natak is all about the story that sheds light on the only political assassination where the assailant didn't bother planning an escape. Nathuram Godse (Played By Saurabh Gokhale), the man in the centre spotlight, shares his opinions and multiple motives for the audacious act of taking Mahatma Gandhi's life. This Natak takes us on a rollercoaster ride through the mind of a man who willingly surrendered, even after being fully aware that a death sentence awaited him.
Mad Sakharam is a comedy Marathi Natak written by P.L Deshpande in 1974 as a response to the opposition of the originally written Sakharam Binder Natak.
Aapan Yanna Pahilat Ka Natak is about a middle-aged couple who are in their late forties and who seem to have a happy and settled marriage. Moreover, they also think they are best friends with each other, but is this really the case?