Timepass (film)

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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Ravi Jadhav
Screenplay by
Story by Ravi Jadhav inspired from Shaiju Mathew's novel Knocked Up
Produced by
CinematographyVasudeo Rane
Edited byJayant Jathar
Nitesh Rathod
Music by Chinar - Mahesh
Distributed by
Release date
  • 3 January 2014 (2014-01-03)
Running time
143 minutes
Budget2 crore (US$250,000) [1]
Box office33 crore (US$4.1 million) [2] [3] [4]

Timepass is a 2014 Indian Marathi language romantic drama film. It is a story about teenage love set up in '90s between Dagadu (Prathamesh Parab) and Prajakta (Ketaki Mategaonkar), also starring Bhalchandra Kadam and Vaibhav Mangle. It is directed by Ravi Jadhav who has provided prior hits like Balak-Palak, Balgandharva, Natarang. [5]


The film was the highest grosser of Marathi cinema until its box office record was broken by Ritesh Deshmukh's Lai Bhaari. This film was later remade in Telugu as Andhra Pori . [5] Its sequel Timepass 2 was released on 1 May 2015.

A third part to the film, titled Timepass 3 is announced in 2022. It is directed by Ravi Jadhav, under the banner of Athaansh Communications and Zee Studios.Timepass 3 was released on 29 July 2022. [6]


Everybody from school criticizes Dagdu for his behavior. On the result day, one student insulted Dagdu about his failure. Dagdu punished him by making him kombada. Someone tells Dagdu that Shantaram, his father, is looking for him. He goes home with band happily. His father beats him up for failing in all subjects and throws him out of the house. His friends console him and advises him to have an affair so that love will blossom in his life. He decides to distribute the newspapers, where he meets Madhav Lele. In college campus he meets Prajakta Lele, the daughter of Madhav Lele and vows to have an affair with her. Dagdu follows Prajakta and they start loving each other. Soon Madhav Lele finds out about the affair and separates them. Dagdu also promises and says that he'll come back.



Timepass 2
Soundtrack album by
Released30 December 2013 (2013-December-30) [7]
Genre Film soundtrack
Label Zee Music Marathi
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External audio
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The lyrics for the film are penned by Mangesh Kangane and Kshitij Patwardhan with music composed by Chinar - Mahesh. [8]

Track listing

1."Mala Ved Lagale" Ketaki Mategaonkar, Swapnil Bandodkar 4:20
2."Phulpakharu" Swapnil Bandodkar 4:34
3."Daatale Reshmi" Mahalaxmi Iyer, Chinar Kharkar5:21
4."Hi Poli Saajuk Tupatli"Reshma Sonawane4:37
5."Prem Ki Yatana"Chinar Kharkar5:15
Total length:31:53


Box office

Timepass opened to thunderous response at Box Office in Maharashtra. It collected 6.5 crore (US$810,000) in its 3-day weekend and 10 crore (US$1.3 million) in first five days of its release. First week collections stood at 13.8 crore (US$1.7 million). In two weeks it surpassed the collections of Duniyadari and became highest-grossing movie in Marathi until its record was broken by Lai Bhaari . It ended up collecting 33 crore (US$4.1 million) at the box office in Maharashtra. [2] [3] [4]

See also

Highest grossing Marathi films

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