Dada Dandke , a crook whose business involves controlling and opening new beer bars and casinos. The so-called Gunda of the village, he is fondly called as Dada by his associates. Dada is ...
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A clash of two musical families, where in the end, music is the winner. When greed takes the front seat, manipulations shift gears. A race starts, a race that kills whatever comes across ... See full summary »
Dada Dandke , a crook whose business involves controlling and opening new beer bars and casinos. The so-called Gunda of the village, he is fondly called as Dada by his associates. Dada is notoriously known for capturing polling booths and doing Vasooli from people. However, a transformation comes about in his life when he meets his long lost love, Hema . Dada puts a marriage proposal which Hema rejects saying that he is not the same person she had met years back. She comments on his language, clothes and way of living.Unable to face the rejection, Dada decides to change himself and win Hema's heart again. His attempts to improve make him appoint a Marathi teacher for his language, a fashion designer to stitch international and help all the loved ones in trouble. His journey to be a good man in Hema's eyes, keeps his enemies wonder that he is planning to come up a new plan this time.Written by
Ashok Saraf and Kishori Shahane are shown lovers in the film in their younger days when they meet years later the song Aga Hema Majya Prema plays in background which was part of their film Maza Pati Karodpati where they both played lovers. See more »
This is a very pleasant comedy and completely targeted towards Marathi speaking audience. Brilliant performances by Ashok Saraf, Mukta Barve, Prasad Oak, Subodh Bhave and pushkar shrotri. Timing of the comedy is great for Ashok Saraf, Pushkar Shrotri and Prasad Oak. Dada Dandke(Played by Ashok Saraf) is a goon and he has lot of respect in his town. He is never married after his break from Kishori Shahane. Kishori Shahane tries to promote education in Ashok Saraf's town with a municipal school and faces lot of rage and opposition from goons of Dada Dandke (Ashok Saraf) but when Ashok Saraf discovers that the woman who is trying to build up a municipal school is nothing but his ex-beau or lover Kishori Shahane. He then tries to win her back but she call him a goon who is still illiterate and also opposes education and asks him if he could ever be a gentleman she loved and refuses to discuss any further on their break-up. He decides to quit his illegal businesses, decides to become educated and promote education and be completely a gentleman again. But as it turns out it is not so easy for him. With all the tangles and mix of beautifully crafted comedy with good timing, the plot swiftly moves ahead and the movie is all @ the transformation and chaos created as a result of his transformation to a gentleman.
A must watch movie for any Marathi speaking person. With subtitles even non-Marathi people can watch this and still enjoy thoroughly.
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