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Chaukat Raja Buy It

YEAR : 1991.
PRODUCER : Asmita Chitra.
DIRECTOR : Sanjay Surkar.
CO-ACTORS : Smita Talwalkar, Ashok Saraf, Dilip Kulkarni, Sulabha Deshpande, Manasi Behre.
PLOT : The story of Nandu, a mentally retarded boy. Nandu, who is so disabled due to a childhood accident while playing with his childhood friend, Munni. The two friends meet again after a gap of 25 years when the 
girl is married and well-settled, while the boy and his mother live a meager existence. The plot explores the relationships of the boy with his childhood friend, her husband, their daughter, and how he copes with these realities of the present to the best of his limited abilities. ROLE : Nandu.

Anandigopal Anandigopal  


YEAR : 1992.
PRODUCER : Balasaheb Inamdar + Firodias. 
Anjali Kirtane.
CO-ACTORS : Anuja Biniwale, Govind Biniwale, 
Kshama Khandekar.
PLOT : A documentary about the life and times of
Dr. Anandibai Joshi, a revolutionary and iconoclast who 
defied social norms to promote the cause of women's education in Maharashtra.
ROLE : Gopalrao Joshi (Anandibai's husband).

  Ek Hota Vidushak Buy It

YEAR : 1992-93.
DIRECTOR : Jabbar Patel.
CO-ACTORS : Lakshmikant Berde, Nilu Phule, 
Madhu Kambikar.
ROLE : Gunwantrao.

  Zapatlela Buy It

YEAR : 1993.
PRODUCER : Mahesh Kothare (Jenma Films International).
DIRECTOR : Mahesh Kothare.
CO-ACTORS : Lakshmikant Berde, Mahesh Kothare, 
Vijay Chavan, Ravindra Berde, Pooja Pawar, Kishori Ambiye, Ramdas Padhye's puppet.
PLOT : Inspired by Hollywood horror flick "Child's 
Play", about the havoc created by an innocent looking 
doll which actually has the soul of a villain - Tatya 
Vinchoo, by virtue of a magic curse.
ROLE : Tatya Vinchoo.

Aaplee Maanse Aaplee Maanse Buy It

YEAR : 1993.
PRODUCER : Sudhir Bhat (Suyog Chitra) +
A. Poornachandra Rao.
DIRECTOR : Sanjay Surkar.
CO-ACTORS : Ashok Saraf, Reema, Sachin 
Khedekar, Prashant Damle, Renuka Shahane, 
Prajakta Kulkarni, Prof. Madhukar Toradmal, 
Mohan Joshi, Sudhir Joshi.
PLOT : Marathi remake of successful and popular 
Tamil family melodrama "Kali Kaalam". The sole bread-winner of a family is allegedly killed in an 
accident and the family begins to get a handsome compensation, when he actually turns up alive. He is henceforth forced to 'remain dead', so that things can 
go smoothly as planned by his avaricious sons and daughters-in-law, much to the consternation of his 
poor wife and eccentric father.
ROLE : Mr. Pai.

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