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Jitendra Joshi shares his journey of faith in a video on Pandharpur Wari


Conceptualized and produced by Sachin Suresh Gurav, the nine-minute video has been released on the occasion of Ashadhi Ekadashi today.

Suyog Zore

Every year on Ashadhi Ekadashi, million of devotees make their way to Pandharpur from various parts of Maharashtra to offer prayers to Lord Vitthal. However, due to the pandemic, this year's pilgrimage was cancelled. As a tribute to the devotees of Vitthal, Sachin Suresh Gurav of Kolhapur Film Company has come up with a unique video featuring Jitendra Joshi.

The nine-minute video sees Joshi playing a devotee, who narrates his experience of the Pandharpur Wari (pilgrimage). Through the video, he explains how he learned the true meaning of devotion. Joshi's narration is very moving and effective. 

Sachin Balasaheb Suryavanshi has written the dialogues and Prathamesh Rangole has shot the video. The decision to shoot it in black and white has worked well as it complements the message of the video.

Gurav, who has conceptualized and produced this video is a popular publicity designer in the Marathi film industry.

Watch the video below: