The upcoming Marathi film called Superb Plan is all set to release next month. Though its release was planned in the first week of July, however, it seems to have got an extended date for the film. As per the filmmaker – Manmohan Ghuwalewala who is behind making of this Indo-Canadian film, the suitable date for its release seemed mismatched, which led the director to postpone it in the August first week. Hence to create the right kind of buzz for the film, the filmmakers have embarked with its second trailer, which simply zooms up the intriguing factor to the next level. The film comes under the banner of Singhal Entertainment & Films, while it is directed by the man called Jai Tari.
The film has some of the best star cast, which include Satyanand alias Sandy Gaitonde, Trupti Bhoir, Girish Pardesi and Rajandra Shisatkar. One of the striking features of this film is its plot, which has loads of intriguing angles, which simply boost up the inquisitiveness of the audience by gluing them over their seats till the last minute of the film. This is the first Marathi film, which is being shot in Canada apart from the usual locations of Mumbai and other places in the state. The film is based on the white collar life of the corporate people and the filth, which digs deep into it. This makes it as one of its kind in Marathi Cinema, which can compete with top Bollywood and even Hollywood movies.
The Superb Plan’s filmmaking team has the valid point in taking all pride to make such a unique film, which will set trends in Marathi Cinema. Right from the rich content to foreign locations, best star cast, and other similar elements, Superb Plan has tried to encompass all the elements, which makes the film unique and interesting. Perhaps, this film will change the trends found in the Marathi Cinema and it has gone one step ahead competing with some of the best movies of Bollywood and overseas movie industries like Hollywood. So, all fingers crossed, bet the audience of regional cinema will have great time in catching up the interesting film.