"I am from north, I have no connection with Marathi cinema, but I really liked the story," said Huma
"From what I have seen in the film (Manatlya Unhat), I can say that this is a stupendous work and effort," said Anil Kapoor
"Mumbai gave me everything. Fame, name, work, wife and kids, so when I got the invitation to launch this book, I had to come" says Big B
"Marathi cinema is doing very well. I believe the regional cinema should also be supported," said Anupam Kher
"I feel when you force it and not enforce it, there is always a problem," said Karan Johar
The BJP government in Maharashtra yesterday ordered that Mumbai multiplexes reserve a screen between six and nine pm every day to show a Marathi film. Bollywood debates on Twitter
All multiplex cinemas in Mumbai will have to screen a Marathi film during peak business hours every evening, the Maharashtra government said on April 7
Amitabh Bachchan rued the lack of auditoriums for Marathi plays in the city, and also pitched for a Bollywood museum
Bollywood actor Sadashiv Amrapurkar, well known for his performances in Marathi and Hindi films through the 1980s and '90s, died at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai at the age of 64
For the first time Marathi cinema is giving stiff competition to its Southern counterpart
"I love Marathi cinema. This cinema can touch great heights," said Salman.
Exactly 75 years ago on this day, Indian cinema had its watershed moment with release of the Marathi movie Manoos (man) that, perhaps for the first time, made a bold attempt to explore realities of the life of a sex worker.