A family entertainer, Zindagi Virat is based on the relationship shared between a father and son and features some of Marathi cinema's finest actors such as Kishore Kadam, Atul Parchure, Bhau Kadam and Usha Naik playing important roles.
Small-time crooks Sujiv and Sri get friendly with Ammu, an innocent young man carrying a huge sum in cash on a train. When Ammu's baggage becomes the target for a criminal and his gang, who are also on the train, the duo has to foil their plans.
Film with a soundtrack featuring the music of Seerkazhi S Govindarajan and Malaysia Vasudevan
This installment of the Hindu epic Mahabharata tells the story of the Pandavas' final year of exile. After losing everything in a dice game and spending 12 years in a forest, the family moves to the kingdom of Virata. The Mahabharata continues to explain the four goals of life -- dharma (duty), artha (wealth), kama (pleasure) and moksha (liberation) -- during this Virata Parva phase of the story.