|Directed by||Nitin Chandrakant Desai|
|Produced by||Neha Nitin Desai, Meena Chandrakant Desai|
|Screenplay by||Nitin Desai, Mandar Joshi|
|Story by||Nitin Desai|
Phillip Scott Wallace
|Music by||Kaushal Inamdar|
|Edited by||Prashant Khedekar|
Ajintha (Marathi: अजिंठा) is a Marathi movie directed by acclaimed art filmmaker Nitin Chandrakant Desai. It narrates a love story between a Marathi Buddhist tribal Paro (Sonalee Kulkarni) and British Major Robert Gill (Wallace), an artist, while he visited India to paint the historical monuments and scriptures. It also showcases the historic Ajanta caves and the beautiful scriptures on the walls of the caves depicting the ancient Buddhist culture.
- Sonalee Kulkarni: Paro
- Philip Scott Wallace: Major Robert Gill
- Manoj Kolhatkar: Jalal-Ud-Ddin
- Avinash Narkar: Pandit
- Jian Bostoch: Capt.James Smith
- Reena Aggarwal: Kamala
- Murli Sharma: Mukhiya
- Makarand Deshpande: Daulatya
- Manoj Joshi (actor): Nizam
- S.N. Patil: Dhanaji
Background score and the music to the tracks is given by Kaushal Inamdar, and lyrics are penned by Marathi author and poet N. D. Mahanor.
Following is the track list:
|1||Dolyana Dasale Pahad||Kaushal Inamdar|
|2||Chimb Jhali||Milind Ingle & Voice over by Vinay Apte|
|3||Man Chimb Pavsali||Hamsika Iyer|
|4||Chaityancha Rang||Priyanka Barve, Anandi Joshi |
|5||Shabdat Gothale Dukha||Suresh Wadkar|
|6||Hori ka Tyohar||Avdhoot Gupte|
|7||Baglya Baglya Phoola de||Tejashwini Kelkar|
|8||Saran Jaltana||Pt. Satyasheel Deshpande|
|9||Lal Hori Cresendo||Swanand Kirkire|
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