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Maherchi Sadi

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Maherchi Sadi (Marathi: माहेरची साडी) is a blockbuster Marathi film made in 1991. The film was produced and directed by Vijay Kondke (Nephew of the late Marathi film legend, Dada Kondke). The film made gross income of 6 crore (US$830,000) in first three months after its release, making it the highest grossing Marathi film of all time. It was the highest ever collection for any Marathi film at that time. The film retained this record of the highest grossing Marathi film for 17 years before it was bettered by Saade Maade Teen in 2008.[2]

Maherchi Sadi
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DVD cover
Directed byVijay Kondke
Produced byVijay Kondke
StarringAlka Kubal
Ajinkya Dev
Ashalata
Ramesh Bhatkar
Vikram Gokhale
Music byAnil Mohile
Release date
  • 1991 (1991)
CountryIndia
LanguageMarathi
Box office12 crore (US$1.7 million) [1]

Maherchi Sadi ran for more than two years at iconic Prabhat Talkies.[3] It is a family drama. Its story is based on a hugely successful Rajasthani film Bai Chali Sasariye (1988). Later, it was remade in Hindi as Saajan Ka Ghar in 1994 starring Juhi Chawla and Rishi Kapoor.

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CastEdit

SoundtrackEdit

The film's soundtrack is composed by Anil Mohile.

Track listEdit

Following table shows list of tracks and respective duration in the film.[4]

Track # Song Duration
1 "Aaj Lakshmicha Rup Kasa Disat Sajir" 4:07
2 "Bhavasathi Dhava Karate, Aaee Aambe Jagdambe" 5:04
3 "Dubhangli Dharani Mata, Phatale Aakash Ga" 8:22
4 "Dubhangli Dharani Mata, Phatale Aakash Ga (2)" 1:21
5 "Kal Sapanamagi, Maza Sajana Ga" 5:30
6 "Maza Sonul Sonul Maza Chhakula Chhakula" 4:24
7 "Sasarala Hi, Bahin Nigali" 7:18

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dada Kondke was exactly like his on-screen characters Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India". Retrieved 16 July 2016.
  2. ^ "marathitube.com". Retrieved 16 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Originally new - Pune Mirror". Retrieved 16 July 2016.
  4. ^ "Pandora Internet Radio - Listen to Free Music You'll Love". Retrieved 16 July 2016.