The queen of Hindi cinema, Madhuri Dixit, has said that digital platforms have opened up the world for her personally and also for Marathi-language content.
In a conversation with filmmaker and Planet Marathi CMD, Akshay Bardapurkar, at the launch of the OTT platform, Madhuri said: “Where offline content reaches a couple of hundred people in a single action, digital platforms open up the world for you. I believe Planet Marathi OTT is the instrument that can make the Marathi language global.”
A Vistas Media Capital Company, Planet Marathi OTT unveiled the first-ever exclusively Marathi OTT platform on August 31. Madhuri tapped a button and the platform came to life, making 1,000-plus hours of binge-worthy content accessible worldwide.
At the launch event, Madhuri said she was proud of the achievements of Marathi cinema and appreciated Bardapurkar’s
During the conversation, Bardapurkar
Bardapurkar started with creating impactful Marathi films that were on a par with the best of global cinema. He then moved on to create a mindset shift in filmmaking. And this journey led him to starting Planet Marathi OTT. “It will always strive to bring promising content and meaningful entertainment to every segment of the Marathi audience,” Bardapurkar said. “With the launch of this app, our offerings will now reach across the world to every user who loves watching Marathi content. The entertainment experience is also going to be exciting.”
A number of Marathi stalwarts attended the inaugural event. They included Amruta Khanvilkar, Sonalee
Coinciding with its launch, the Planet Marathi OTT App unveiled five exciting original shows. The shows are: ‘Sopa Nasata Kaahi’, a romantic comedy; ‘Hing Pustak Talwar’, a light comedy about a group of friends; ‘Bap Beep Bap’, an emotional family drama about father-son relationship; ‘Jobless’, a crime thriller about a man accused of fraud struggling to prove his innocence; and the fantasy thriller, ‘Parees’, whose story revolves around superstitions and supernatural elements.