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.
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.
Film with a soundtrack featuring the music of Seerkazhi S Govindarajan and Malaysia Vasudevan