The screenplay of film is adapted from the a novel of the same name by Milind Bokil.
Set in the 70's in rural India, four 9th grade kids were writing their destiny. Joshi 14 is in love with Shirodkar 14 , a beautiful girl.
Both go to the same school, and study in the same class. Joshi's friends on the other hand are going through the same phase of life. The difference is all four of them come from a different cultural and family background. Surya 16 is a typical life lover and a great blend of society and hippie culture.
Chitrya 14 a born genius and wants to be a scientist. He comes from a modern family setting and is the smartest one amongst the group.
Favdya 15 , the poorest, is the dumbest amongst all four. Joshi 14 comes from an average middle-class family, with a confused future. Joshi wants the girl to know his feelings.
He has been trying hard. He attends the same private tuitions as her just to get a glance of her.
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He follows her to her house everyday without her knowing about this. The story is of struggle, freedom and liberation with a spice of loneliness. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Milind Bokil.
Shala Theatrical poster. The Hindu.
Shala by Milind Bokil
Theatrical poster. Anshuman Joshi Ketaki Mategaonkar. Best Feature Film in Marathi.
Best Screenplay for Avinash Deshpande Nigdi.