Paresh Mokashi directed the film, which received positive reviews from both critics and audiences.
Last Updated: 02.54 AM, Feb 15, 2023
The acclaimed Marathi movie Vaalvi will have its global internet premiere on ZEE5. On February 24, ZEE5 will debut Vaalvi, following the release of popular Marathi films including Pandu, Zombivali, Har Har Mahadev, and Timepass 3. Swwapnil Joshi, Subodh Bhave, Anita Date-Kelkar, and Shivani Surve play the film's leading roles under Paresh Mokashi's direction.
Vaalvi, which was produced by Zee Studios and Madhugandha Kulkarni, did well at the box office. Avni (Anita Date-Kelkar) and Aniket (Swwapnil Joshi) decide to die by suicide simultaneously at the beginning of the movie. They firmly believe that the only option for resolving their financial difficulties is suicide. As it turns out, Aniket and his girlfriend Devika (Shivani Surve) are the masterminds behind this attempt at murder rather than a suicide mission, with the intention of killing Aniket's annoying wife. Additionally, there is an enigmatic man (Subodh Bhave) who has a dark secret agenda. The rest of judgment day's events are what the movie is about.
One of the highest-rated Marathi movies is Vaalvi, which has an IMDB rating of 8.8. Both critics and spectators praised it for its original storyline, unexpected turns, and potent acting from the cast. On February 24, the movie will have its global digital premiere on ZEE5, making it accessible to viewers in 190+ nations.
ZEE5 India's Chief Business Officer, Manish Kalra, said that since Marathi is a significant language in the ZEE5 ecosystem, they make an effort to provide the highest-quality Marathi content to their audience. Following the commercial success of Pandu, Zombivili, Dharamveer, and Timepass 3, they are pleased to present Vaalvi, another well-received movie. Vaalvi, a thriller comedy with an 8.8 IMDB rating, is pacy, humorous, and intriguing. It is guaranteed to keep viewers on the edge of their seats, and they are confident that they will enjoy this unusual tale.
Paresh Mokashi, the director, said that he is overwhelmed by the response from critics and fans alike, as they have enjoyed and appreciated their odd attempt. Vaalvi is an unorthodox dark thriller comedy, a genre that is not extensively explored in Marathi cinema. He is eager for Vaalvi's second act now that it has its world digital premiere on ZEE5. If one hasn't seen the movie yet, he can assure people that Vaalvi will surprise them and keep them interested thanks to all of the unexpected turns.
Swwapnil Joshi shared that since Vaalvi is unlike any other character he has played before, it was an experimental role for him, and he's really pleased with the reception. The actor is thankful to his director for challenging him to step outside of his comfort zone and for helping him widen his horizons as an actor. In addition, Swwapnil wants to thank the audience for loving and enjoying their movie. With Vaalvi's recent global digital premiere on ZEE5, he's eager for the movie to expand its global audience. Swwapnil suggests that everyone watch this movie because it is a sarcastic look at a crime of passion and a brilliantly written, twisted black comedy.