Ek Albela, film was released on 24th june 2016, it is a film with a Indian Marathi language and a Biopic story. Ek Albela is directed by the most amazing director who has done many projects and movies of the Indian Marathi cinema industry and has collects a great reputation in the Bollywood film industry named Shekhar Sartandel.
The movie was produced by Dr. Monish Babre under the name of Kimaya Motion Pictures and presented by the official banner of Managlmurti Films. Ek Albela is representing the biopic story of the life of a legend actor Bhagwan Abaji Palav who is popularly called up by name of Bhagwan Dada. It is on of the first movie ever in the Marathi Cinema which is concurrently releasing in India as well as UK (United Kindgdom) and released worldwide.
Ek Albela is the first Marathi cinema film ever who received a rating from BBFC. Film is featuring the leading stars Bhagwan Dada and Vidya Balan in a great role named as Geeta Bali. The film is basically showed up the story of a common man who came in the film industry with nothing and now has everything with a great name and fame in the film industry, story of the film reveals that how a common man did struggle in his real life and what things he has to face to become a successful person from a person on the ground with zero level. script of the film is written by Shekhar Sartandel and Amol Shetge with a real story line of Bhagwan Dada.
Director Shekhar Sartandel played a great job in the featuring film to create an historical movie which is remaking a of 1930s – 1950s with his great experience in the Marathi film industry and with a common budget. Films seems very great in all the parts like direction, music, hairstyles, and costumes as well. Makeup artist Vidyadhar Bhatte is a very talented and amazing artist who is having a power of creativity in his hands, like he converts Mangesh into a face of Bhagwan Dada which is very remarkable.
Ek Albela has a beautiful story and script and comes up with a great messages. The movie collects approx Rs. 2.32 on its first day of releasing and increases by the week passed and comes to Rs. 4.3 cr. in its first weekend and is still running on the screens of theaters with a positive response from the audience.