- Actors: Chinmay Mandlekar, Sukhada Yash, Edward Sonnenblick, Suhas Shirsat, Umesh Jagtap
- Directors: Ajit Bhairavkar
- Format: Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: Marathi
- Subtitles: English
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: U/A (Parental Guidance)
- Studio: Big Music
- Product Release Date: 15 Feb 2013
- Run Time: 1.00 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00BJLYXES
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The people who walk from Alandi and reach Lord Vithal's abode in Pandharpur are called Warkaris. Warkari's nonstop chanting and musical celebration in the name of God Mauli (mother of the Universe) means 'Gajaar'. Parth is a young, ambitious and egoistic film director from Mumbai. Gajaar is a unique cinematic experience and the story of self-discovery and transformation of Parth during his 18 days pilgrimage (Waari). Parth is in a live-in relationship with his love Geetali, a sound designer by profession. Eric, an Anthropology Ph.D. student from US and Parth come together to make a film on the traditional Maharashtrian religious pilgrimage of 'Waari'. It was Parth's dream to make a path-breaking international film on Waari where in millions of devotees walk together for 250 kms in 18 days to meet their beloved lord Vithoba. Parth undertakes the challenge to capture this soulful journey of millions with the core thoughts behind it, in a contemporary manner. He and his team, work very hard to capture the grandeur and soul of Waari. The 18 Chapters of the Dnyaneshwari (a household religious book followed by Warkaris as a key to bliss and happy living) unfold very interestingly with real life characters during the pilgrimage they undertake.
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Audio is so closely create ambience of the walk calle "Varee".
I appreciate this film as I've learned something.
At first, I thought you should work on practical issues instead of wasting 18 days.
Then, I've learned the 18 days are changing the people and the world.
May I join you?
I would ...