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Amol has been a film journalist for 16 years during which he’s worked for organisations like Zee, CNBC Awaaz and IBN Lokmat. He now heads the films and entertainment category of Adbhoot Creatives and hosts a popular YouTube show called Popcorn Pe Charcha. Watch his reviews of latest Marathi films on Film Companion.


In this week's FC Recommends, Amol Parchure recommends Ek Hazarachi Note, a 2014 film directed by Shrihari Sathe. The film is available on Netflix.


On our new property FC Recommends, we get our critics to recommend classic films to you. We kick start with Fandry, a Marathi movie directed by acclaimed director Nagraj Manjule.


Debut Director Hemant Dhome not only takes on the role of writer-director but also plays the villain. Watch Amol Parchure's review of latest Marathi film Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar


It's been a roller-coaster ride at the Marathi box-office. With hugely successful films like Nagraj Manjule's Sairat to films like Friends which were highly anticipated but failed to make the right noise. Film Companion contributor Amol Parchure lists out the top 5 hits & misses of 2016 in Marathi cinema.


Amol Parchure reviews the Marathi film Vazandar directed by Sachin Kundalkar. It stars Sai Tamhankar and Priya Bapat in lead roles. The film is about two young girls who are on a mission to lose weight to fit in to societal norms of beauty.


Watch Amol Parchure's review of the Marathi film Ventilator, starring Ashotsh Gowarikar. Ventilator is a comedy-drama film written and directed by Rajesh Mapuskar and produced by Priyanka Chopra. The film features an ensemble cast of more than 100 actors.


Amol Parchure reviews Shailesh Shankar Kale's Ghantaa. Ghantaa is a comedy film starring Amey Wagh, Aroh Welankar and Saksham Kulkarni in the lead roles. The film is based on the antics of three young men who end up in trouble while betting on cricket matches.


Watch Amol Parchure's review of Chandrakant Kulkarni's Family Katta. Family Katta is a drama about a family splintered through past unresolved issues and distance. It stars Sai Tamhankar, Dilip Prabhavalkar and Vandana Gupte.


Amol Parchure reviews actor Girish Kulkarni's directorial debut Jaundya Na Balasaheb. It is the also the first production venture of music composers Ajay-Atul. The film stars Girish Kulkarni, Vibhavari Deshpande, Bhalchandra Kadam, Sai Tamhankar, Mohan Joshi and Reema Lagoo.