A spectacular glimpse of ‘Medium Spicy’ directed by Mohit Takalkar has reached the audience. Chef Nissim i.e. Lalit Prabhakar is working at the hotel and his colleague Chef Shubhankar is Sagar Deshmukh’s dialogue “A chef, yaar kaam kaam hota hai, life nahi”.
It is clear that the movie is based on the life of a chef who is a bit confused while living a complicated life as the choice of relationships like mother, father, sister, friend, co-worker is high. Sai Tamhankar played the role of Chef Gauri, a southern girl who speaks in a South Indian tone. Parna Pethe has played the role of Prajakta who stands on her own with her strong opinions. Young actors like Neha Joshi, Pushkaraj Chirputkar and Ipshita have received strong support from veteran actress Nina Kulkarni, Arundhati Nag and actor Ravindra Mankani.
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Famous and leading name of theater in Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, Kannada and a great compiler, the young playwright Mohit Takalkar is making his directorial debut in Marathi cinema with the movie “Medium Spicy”. The trailer shows that the film attempts to unravel human relationships in today’s urban environment from different perspectives.
Producer Vidhi Kasliwal is always making films with a different theme, he always focuses on giving opportunities to young and experimental actors and he has underlined this once again in his film “Medium Spicy”. Presented by Landmark Films, produced by Vidhi Kasliwal, written by Iravati Karnik and directed by Mohit Takalkar.