Half Ticket produced by Video Palace and directed by Samit Kakkad has engraved its name on many National and International awards. Now adding another feather to its cap, the film is set to release in China, making it the first Marathi film to do it. The film is scheduled to release later this year in China with Chinese subtitles
Half Ticket is the remake of the National Award winning Tamil film Kaaka Muttai and has received tremendous response from movie lovers and festival audiences alike.
The film traces the story of two brothers, their grit and struggles and their momentary worldly pleasures. It released in 2016 and was appreciated at various film festivals and also went on to win many awards. The acting of two child artists Shubham More and Vinayak Potdar is supported by veterans Bhau Kadam, Priyanka Bose, Usha Naik, Shashank Shende, Jaywant Wadkar and Kailash Waghmare. Cinematography of the film is done by Sanjay Memane.
Producer Nanubhai Jaisinghani said, “This is not just great news for us, but the entire Marathi film industry. We are extremely happy that this gem of a film will reach many more” Director Samit Kakkad added saying “As a filmmaker I am overjoyed with the idea of reaching out to larger audiences. I am happy that the journey of ‘Half Ticket’ continues and also paves the way for more films in China.”
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