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Artist Sandeep Yadav will be showcasing a comprehensive collection of his paintings collectively titled "Art Mine" at the Darpan Art Gallery. The exhibition, which begins on December 5, will be inaugurated by eminent artist Raosaheb Gurav. Yadav will be showcasing 40 paintings that include village-scapes, seascapes and figurative paintings. All paintings are based on soft pastel, water and acrylic colours. He will also be conducting two workshops alongside on soft pastel paintings and advanced watercolour techniques.
Alande Village, near Bhor, on November 23, was the setting for the shoot of the film Mi-Ayushyachya Palikade. Directed by Sreedhar Parigi, it is a psychological suspense thriller. Parigi, who ventures into the Marathi industry after having made films down south, is also the film's scriptwriter. It stars Mrunmayee Deshpande and Atahrva Karve in pivotal roles. The story revolves around an orphanage run by Annapoorna (Jyoti Chandekar) and tells the story of Satvik, an orphan, played by Karve. Parigi says, "The film has elements of crime, murder, mystery motherly love and friendship." The shoot, at Alande, was the setting of the climax and had Deshpande and Karve talking to each other on a cliff overlooking a river. Karve says, "My character has many shades to him. I had to work very hard for every scene that was shot."