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Baloch poster: Pravin Vitthal Tarde ready to bring the story post-Panipat battle

Baloch will release on Planet Marathi soon.

Shaheen
Jul 15, 2021
 
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Baloch poster.

The first poster of Pravin Vitthal Tarde’s upcoming Marathi film Baloch is here. Wearing a turban and long earpiece, a moustached Pravin can be seen in the background of white sand, amidst which a Kesari (saffron) flag stands tall.

The poster itself has a caption that reads, “Seemepaar ladhlelya Marathyancha vijayagaatha (a story about the battle brave Marathas fought across the border and won).”

Here it is:

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Baloch poster.

The movie is set in the post-Panipat battle era when the Marathas had to be enslaved to Balochistan. The name Baloch, inspired by Balochistan, is a take on the horrific reality post the Panipat battle.

Baloch focuses on how the Marathas battled against Balochistan and eventually freed themselves from slavery.

The Prakash Janardan Pawar directorial is presented by Vishwagunj Pictures and Gulab Productions. Prakash has also penned the storyline of Baloch.

The film is slated to release on the OTT platform, Planet Marathi. The release date of the movie has not been confirmed yet.

Baloch is produced by Jeevan Jadhav, Jitesh More, Nemaram Chaudhary and Santosh Bali Bhongale. Mahesh Karwande, Sudhir Waghole, Ganesh Shinde, Vijay Aldar and Datta Kale are co-producers of the film.

Known for his film Mulshi Patterni, Pravin is a renowned director, producer, actor and scriptwriter in the Marathi film industry. He has been a part of projects like Wedding Cha Shinema, Sur Sapata, Bandishala, Fandry and Farzand among other projects in the past.

Prakash, on the other hand, has previously helmed two films - Mithun and Ranjan. Baloch will mark his comeback in the industry after three years.

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