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Keep-in-touch - but not on phone

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Beauty of Kokan blended with unique friendship of four friends. First adolescent step sprinkled by love… and the confusion at large for this foursome friendship in a matter of sheer enthusiasm… with a distinctive touch film 'Memory Card' is releasing in entire Maharashtra on the March 2.

In 'Memory Card' you will experience a smart touch that a phone is not at all essential to keep in touch with your own people. The film is directed by a talented debutant duo Priteesh Kamat and Mitesh Chindarkar and they have also provided the music for the film with lilting tunes.

This will also be the first time to find Actor Sanjay Khapre and Sunil Tawde together in this film. Newcomers arriving through this film include Reeshabh Purohit, Vibhuti Kadam, Appurva Paranjpe, Pranali Chavan, Kalpana Bandekar, Vijay Chavan and Akshata Kambli. The film based on a simple story and with characters that can connect to your own life. A boy studying up to 10th standard at a village school in Konkan arrives to a city for further education.
Singer Shankar Mahadevan will enthrall you with his special Ganapati song. While Javed Ali and Mahalaxmi Iyer has set the song ‘Runa…Jhuna…’ to tune, Javed Ali has also set the song ‘Laj watate…' to tune and Singer Sayali Patil will make the tears roll down your cheeks through her number 'Dolyatalya aswana'.

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