Chandramukhi: Rajesh Mapuskar Wishes Success For Prasad Oak, Akshay Bardapurkar And Team

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Recently the shoot of director Prasad Oak's most awaited film Chandramukhi got started. The Muhurat shoot was held at the Masina Hospital, where many renowned faces were present, like the producer of AB Ani CD as well as this film, producer Akshay Bardapurkar and the legendary musical duo of Maharashtra Ajay-Atul. Among them, the National Award-winning director, Rajesh Mapuskar also paid his visit to the Muhurat shoot of this film.

After attending the Muhurat ceremony, the award-winning director took to his Instagram to share a post, wishing the whole team of Chandramukhi. The director posted his pictures with Prasad and Akshay.

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Wishing his friends and the whole team on their new venture, the director wrote "On the occasion of Muhurat ceremony once again I got a chance to witness the beginning of the magic being captured by the team 'Chandramukhi'. My best wishes always️". Rajesh's experience and these touching wishes must've given the new director Prasad Oak, a nice boost of energy. This Vishwas Patil's novel-based film depicts the life of a Lavani dancer Chandramukhi. The story revolves around the uncertain circumstances faced by her.

Since the launch of the teaser poster, this film has gained a great response. The audience is excited about this film, and those who've read the novel are excited to see its visual representation.

This post of director Rajesh Mapuskar also gave a nice promo to the film. Rajesh is among the renowned directors of the Marathi industry. He has worked in both Marathi and Bollywood film industries. For his directorial film Ventilator, he won the National Film Award for Best Director in 2017. He was also the writer of this film.

Image Source: Instagram/thechandramukhi/mapuskar

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