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Nagpur Adhiveshan... has no message to give: Ajinkya Deo

Actor Ajinkya Deo has said that movies like Nagpur Adhiveshan-Ek Sahal don’t give any message and are meant as “pure enjoyment”. The actor was speaking at the launch of trailer of the said film.

regional movies Updated: Nov 21, 2015 15:52 IST
Directed by Nilesh Raosahib Jalamkar, the film, releasing on December 11, stars Ajinkya Deo, Vinit Bhonde, Chetan Dalvi, Amol Taale, Sankarshan Karale, Dipali Jagtap, Sneha Chavhan, Makarand Anaspure and Bharat Ganeshpure.
Directed by Nilesh Raosahib Jalamkar, the film, releasing on December 11, stars Ajinkya Deo, Vinit Bhonde, Chetan Dalvi, Amol Taale, Sankarshan Karale, Dipali Jagtap, Sneha Chavhan, Makarand Anaspure and Bharat Ganeshpure.

Actor Ajinkya Deo has said that movies like Nagpur Adhiveshan-Ek Sahal don’t give any message and are meant as “pure enjoyment”.

“Just as the name Nagpur Adhiveshan - Ek Sahal suggests, it’s a trip of joy. It will touch you and perhaps make you realise the truth... This film make you laugh and at the same time, give you an insight into any change that is possible in our society,” Ajinkya said at the launch of the film’s trailer in Mumbai. The actor is the son of veteran actors Ramesh and Seema Deo.

“We haven’t put in any seriousness to say what is right or wrong. Let the audience decide. The film’s main motive is pure enjoyment and doesn’t intend to give any message,” the actor added.

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Watch Nagpur Adhiveshan - Ek Sahal trailer here:

Ajinkya, who has earlier acted in Hindi films such as Aan: Men at Work and David, plays a Member of Parliament in Nagpur Adhiveshan- Ek Sahal. He is seen chanting the Chalo Nagpur slogan in the trailer.

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The actor said politicians will relate to his character.

Veteran actor Mohan Joshi will be seen in an out-and-out comic avatar in the movie, directed by Nilesh Raosahib Jalamkar.

Presented by Vidarbha Pictures, the film, releasing on December 11, also stars Vinit Bhonde, Chetan Dalvi, Amol Taale, Sankarshan Karale, Dipali Jagtap, Sneha Chavhan, Makarand Anaspure and Bharat Ganeshpure.