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Ajay Devgn shares Nana Patekar's Aapla Manus look

The actor is producing the Marathi film, which is directed by Satish Rajwade, and also features Sumeet Raghavan and Irawati Harshe

Published: 30th December 2017

On Friday, Ajay Devgn shared the first look of his Marathi film Aapla Manus, and it features Nana Patekar as a common man riding a bike on a stormy night. The film is directed by Satish Rajwade, and also features Sumeet Raghavan and Irawati Harshe. 

Aapla Manus explores the story of a young couple living with the man's father, juggling the pressures of urban life and managing the complexity of relationships. An unexpected incident forces them to question their beliefs about their life and family.

"The support and love I have received over the years has made me always want to give more to my fans. As a producer, Aapla Manus, is my first attempt to showcase my gratitude to the people of Maharashtra and I hope it will get appreciated by all," Ajay said in a statement.

The film also marks Viacom18 Motion Pictures' foray into Marathi films. "We have seen enormous audience growth in the Marathi filmscape in the past few years; not just in terms of box office performance but also in terms of the variety of genres," Ajit Andhare, COO, Viacom18 Motion Pictures, said in a statement.

"Aapla Manus is a thought provoking film that will move the viewers and question perspectives. As we embark on this journey together with Ajay Devgn FFilms, Watergate Marathi Motion Pictures and Shree Gajanan Chitra, we are certain that the film will stand out from the clutter," Andhare added.

Earlier this year, during the shoot of the movie, Ajay shared a photograph on Instagram in which his wife and actor Kajol was seen giving the clap on the first day of filming. 

Aapla Manus is slated to release on February 9.


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