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Bhet - Marathi Movie
Bhet Marathi Movie.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni
Produced by Chandrakant KulkarniNitin Patil
Starring Pratiksha Lonkar
Atul Kulkarni
Shreyas Talpade
Tushar Dalvi
Deepa Shriram
Mohan Josi
Vandana Gupte
Vijay Divan
Manjusha Godase
Kimaya Chaubal
Pratiksha Khanuilkar
Music by Ashok Patki
Release dates
  • May 31, 2002 (2002-05-31)
Country India
Language Marathi

Bhet is a Marathi movie released on 31 May 2002. Chandrakant Kulkarni[1] has directed the movie and produced it as well with Nitin Patil. The plot of the movie is based on a mother-son who reunite against all odds, and how egos are defeated by emotions and feelings.


Sudha is happy with Satish her second husband and she has young daughter, Manu from this marriage. Sudha's son from the first marriage, 'Ananda' is staying with his now newlywed father in Nagpur. He is 12 years old and lives with his grandmother, elder uncle and aunt. He has a blurred memory of his real mother while Sudha also shares same sorrow as she had to stay away from her own son for eight years.

'Ananda' wants to meet his mother, and he skilfully manages to get his mother's address from his favourite Pama aunt. He sends a very emotional letter to his mother who after reading it, now desperately wants to meet her own son who's missing her.

But society is not going to look at this meeting as an easy and straight task. The two have to tackle their emotional dilemmas, family crisis and obstacles, to accomplish their only wish of seeing each other.


Pratiksha Lonkar,[2] Atul Kulkarni, Shreyas Talpade, Tushar Dalvi, Deepa Shriram, Mohan Josi, Vandana Gupte, Vijay Divan, Manjusha Godase, Kimaya Chaubal, Pratiksha Khanuilkar & others.


The music has been directed by Ashok Patki, while the lyrics were written by Vinayak Rahatekar.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Performer(s) Length
1. "Devoo Prem Ghevu Prem"   Preeti Sagar 06:19
2. "Hasoo Doloo Nachoo"   Preeti Sagar 06:14
3. "He Man"   Preeti Sagar 05:16
4. "Hi Sanjevela Nasheela"   Preeti Sagar 06:12
5. "Nachu Gavu Sarejan"   Preeti Sagar 03:47
6. "Saaja Na Aata"   Preeti Sagar 05:21


Atul Kulkarni won the Maharashtra State Government Award for Best Actor in Supporting Role.[3]


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