Time Please

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Time Please
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sameer Vidwans
Starring Priya Bapat
Siddharth Jadhav
Umesh Kamat
Sai Tamhankar
Cinematography Abhijit D. Abde
Edited by Suchitra Sathe
Music by Hrishikesh Kamerkar
Distributed byEverest Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Release date
  • 26 July 2013 (2013-07-26)
Running time
131 minutes

Time Please is a Marathi film released on 26 July 2013. [1] This film is directed by Sameer Vidwans and produced by Pratisaad Productions & 24 Carat Entertainment.




Amruta, 24 is a bubbly girl who's married to Hrishi, 30, a matured man. She is lively and loud while he is composed and subtle. Just after the marriage they start to discover the differences between their liking, expressions and views. The real drama starts when Hrishi's colleague Radhika and Amruta's childhood buddy Himmatrao come in the picture.

Instantly the game of love, care, transparency and insecurities start. Undergoing this phase, they learn about their reactions. They understand how some small moments of truth, faith, anger and realization make huge differences to any relationship.


The music has been directed by Hrishikesh Kamerkar, while the lyrics have been provided by Kshitij Patwardhan.

Track listing

1."Nava Gadi An Rajya Nava"4:03
2."Aas Tu"4:20
3."Butterfly Man"5:02
4."Kadhi Na Kadhi"5:23

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  1. "Marathi Movie Marketing | "TIME PLEASE" LOVESTORY...LAGNANATARCHI- FIRST LOOK OF THE MOVIE UNVEILED". Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Retrieved 28 October 2013.