“It feels so great because most of the time we make films from South India and now Sairat is all the way having remakes in almost all South Indian languages. It’s great. It’s happening for the first time with any Marathi film,” said Manjule.
Director-producer Karan Johar has also apparently bought the remake rights of the film starring Rinku Rajguru and Akash Thosar.
Manjule is currently busy writing the script for his next project. “I’ve started writing something new. I can’t really disclose its genre right now because I’m still the halfway,” he said.
When asked if his next will be a Marathi project, the director said, “I’m writing Marathi as well but I think language really doesn’t matter. I never really plan or give so much thought to a particular thing. If I feel that it’s kind a similar to what I want to say I just do it.”
Manjule said the best part about being in the Marathi film industry is that there people don’t go by your film’s star value.
“I’m happy that Marathi cinema is doing so well. The best thing here is that we go by content of the films and not star value. Only good content works out here, which is a good thing. Here the films are more content-oriented.”
Source by hindustantimes…..