In an exclusive interview with Times Now Digital, director Navjyot Bandiwadekar revealed why he chose the subject to make the film in the regional language, Marathi. He tells us, “The idea was to tell a love story and a family drama. And eventually it evolved into what it is today. This film is in Marathi because it’s a story of family and Ganpati, which is very Marathi, and no other language can do that. The gist can only be explored through regional cinema.”
Going forward, we also asked if Navjyot plans to manufacture Gharat Ganpati a pan-Indian film, says, “If the opportunity arises, why not take it all over India? Gharat Ganpati is ultimately a film about relationships, the different dynamics in relationships and what happens when a family of 15 comes together and lives under one roof .”
The director concludes, “It’s something universal in the Indian family, so everyone who sees the film will relate to one or the other character. So if an opportunity knocks, we can take it across India.”
Well, we can’t wait to indulge in this family drama.