Har Har Mahadev: A potential blockbuster that can rule the box office
Although Diwali is just around the corner, it doesn’t appear like there will be as much of a firecracker display at the theatres this year. The two main releases from Bollywood are Ajay Devgn’s family comedy and Akshay Kumar’s myth-drama Ram Setu. The ‘Pan-India’ Marathi film Har Har Mahadev, directed by Abhijeet Deshpands, is one silent competitor sharpening its claws for the confrontation.
Yes, many people are still unaware of the movie coming out this Diwali. Listen attentively as we explain why this movie could not only compete fiercely with Ram Setu, Thank God in Maharashtra but also perform better in many other countries.
Subodh Bhave portrays Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Har Har Mahadev alongside Sharad Kelkar as Baji Prabhu Deshpande. You may rely on Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar (Writer & Director), De Dhakka (Co-writer), and Abhijeet Deshpande to produce high-caliber films with titles like Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy (Writer), De Dhakka (Co-writer), and Ani. Additionally, even if you are not a fan of Marathi movies, you will undoubtedly know of Subodh & Sharad.
As a result, the movie has undeniably stellar credentials, and it’s impossible to imagine that the minds behind it could handle the subject matter seriously incorrectly. With the release of Kantara, we were able to observe how a community can increase the excitement surrounding a film that accurately represents and promotes its culture.
According to Har Har Mahadev, the two legends Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and his most valiant commander Baji Prabhu Deshpande share a lovely link. Thank God for promising a high-intensity war drama with emotional subplots that “looks” more polished and better put together than Ram Setu’s trailer.
Ajay Devgn needs a lot to go in his favour for Thank God to succeed after Bhuj & Runway 34. Those who follow Akshay Kumar know how horrible of a comeback he is striving for because of his recent filmography, which is the buzz of the town. Har Har Mahadev isn’t really a rejection of any of these movies, but it’s not the clear third choice either. Once the word of mouth spreads, though, it’ll be a popular pick. How do you feel? Post your comments in the space provided below.