RAADA 3 : A Trip to GOA – An Experimental Marathi Mockumentary

RAADA 3 : A Trip to Goa is 3rd and final mockumentary of RAADA series, First Marathi Mockumentary Stylized Comedy Film Directed by Shubham Sanjay Shevade.

 


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RAADA 3 : A Trip to GOA



 

RAADA 3 : A Trip to GOA - An Experimental Marathi Mockumentary


Cast : Raj Gandhi, Vedant Shevade, Sanman Bayani , Akshay Ghime, Vitthal, Rajesh Zaware, Seelam Umbarkar

Mockumentary by : Shubham Sanjay Shevade

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WIKIPEDIA ON MOCKUMENTARY

A mockumentary (a portmanteau of mock and documentary) or docucomedy is a type of movie or television show depicting fictional events but presented as a documentary.[1]

These productions are often used to analyze or comment on current events and issues by using a fictional setting, or to parody the documentary form itself.[2] While not always comedic, comedic mockumentaries are common. A dramatic mockumentary (sometimes referred to as docufiction) should not be confused with docudrama, a fictional genre in which dramatic techniques are combined with documentary elements to depict real events.

Mockumentaries are often presented as historical documentaries, with B roll and talking heads discussing past events, or as cinéma vérité pieces following people as they go through various events. Examples emerged during the 1950s when archival film footage became relatively easy to locate.[2] A very early example was a short piece on the “Swiss Spaghetti Harvest” that appeared as an April fools’ joke on the British television program Panorama in 1957.

The term “mockumentary”, which originated in the 1960s, was popularized in the mid-1980s when This Is Spinal Tap director Rob Reiner used it in interviews to describe that film.[3][4][5]

Mockumentaries are often partly or wholly improvised, as an unscripted style of acting helps to maintain the pretense of reality. Comedic mockumentaries rarely have laugh tracks, also to sustain the atmosphere, although exceptions exist.


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