Filmmaker Rohit Shetty has praised ace choreographer Ganesh Acharyas maiden Marathi directorial venture "Bhikari". He says the film is good emotionally.
"Ganesh is one of the best technicians that we have in Indian film industry today. All are talking about songs of the film, but I feel emotional content of the film is really good. I feel this film is going to be super hit," Shetty said at the music launch of the film here on Sunday.
The music launch was also attended by celebrities like Bobby Deol, Tusshar Kapoor and Shreyas Talpade.
Shreyas, who himself his gearing up for his first directorial venture "Poster Boys", said: "I am feeling very happy because we haven't seen such kind of music and choreography in Marathi films. The way the entire film and song has been shot, for that I want to congratulate Ganesh Acharya and his entire team to make this possible.
"I hope this film does superb business at the box office and break all records of Marathi film industry because it has strong emotional content as well."
Bobby shared that he "failed in the Marathi subject during class 5 and my Marathi ended there itself."
"I really had fun watching promos and songs of the film. The film is looking really big. I feel Ganesh has done amazing job with it so, I wish all the luck to him and his film," he said.
"Bhikari" features Swapnil Joshi, Rucha Inamdar, Guru Thakur, Sayaji Shinde and Pradip Kabra.
Ganesh has previously directed Hindi films like "Swami" and "Money Hai Toh Honey Hai".
"Bhikari" revolves around the sensitive relationship between a mother and her son in the backdrop of their business.
"Bhikari" is slated for a release on August 4.