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Atmavishwas (1989)

Rajni Tendulkar gets married to a printing press owner, A.A. Mangalkar, and has her name changed to Aarti. Both become parents to 3 children, Abhay, Asavari, and Ajinkya. Then Mangalkar's ... See full summary »

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Master Abhishek
Madhu Apte
Master Ashwin
... Ajinkya 'Aju' A. Mangalkar
... Shopkeeper who molests Nisha
Ajit Bhurey
Prashant Damle ... Abhay A. Mangalkar
Daya Dongre ... Vasanti 'Chimee' B. Sarpotdar
Dinkar Inamdar
... Dr. Balasaheb Sarpotdar
Baby Karishma
Abba Kulkarni ... (as Abba Kulkarni)
Jairam Kulkarni ... Rajendra's uncle
Baby Madhura
Madhav Mokasi
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Rajni Tendulkar gets married to a printing press owner, A.A. Mangalkar, and has her name changed to Aarti. Both become parents to 3 children, Abhay, Asavari, and Ajinkya. Then Mangalkar's press burns down, and he is forced to work for an abusive employee, Raikar, who humiliates him. He, in turn, turns his anger on Aarti, the children learn from their father and become abusive toward her. The abuse multiplies after Abhay gets married to Meena, who orders her mother-in-law around. When Meena forces Abhay to convince his father to sell their Shivaji Park flat and move to Kandivli, Aarti opposes this, but is told to sign the relevant papers. Shock and surprises are in store for them when Aarti not only refuses to sign the papers but starts behaving strangely - as though she has been possessed by a spirit. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Saat Rangi Sapne Jhaley Aahey
Performed by Anuradha Paudwal, Sachin
Lyrics by Sudhir Moghe, Praveen Davne
Composed by Arun Paudwal
Music on Super Cassettes Industries Ltd.
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Brilliant film from Sachin: an unusual story with a middle-aged woman as the protagonist
28 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is the story of Mrs.Arti Mangalkar (played by Neelakanti patekar). She stays with her family in one of the prime locations in Mumbai. Her husband, two sons, daughter-in-law & a daughter take her for granted. Her life has become miserable & she has no standing in her own house. (incidently she is the owner of the house). Things take a turn for the better when she meets an old friend (Daya Dongre). The friend conducts an experiment in which their souls (or rather personalities) get swapped. The protagonist becomes bold & oozes with confidence. She changes the way the house looks at her & starts setting things straight.

There are other sub-plots involving Ashok Saraf (daughter's lover: brilliant as usual) & one involving an orphan Sachin & Varsha Usgaonkar.

The climax is brilliant.


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