|Kaydyacha Bola - Marathi Movie|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Chandrakant Kulkarni|
|Produced by||Dr. Uday Tamhankar|
|Music by||Amar Mohile|
Kaydyacha Bola is a Marathi movie released on 4 November 2005. It is inspired by the Hollywood movie My Cousin Vinny. The movie is produced by Dr. Uday Tamhankar and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni. The movie is based on two wrongly accused youngsters whose only lifeline is their clumsy uncle who has to go up against an undefeated prosecutor.
Harshvardhan Ghodke (Akshay Pendse) and Abhijit Vaidya (Umesh Kamat), are engineering students, who lie to their parents and land up in Bombay to have fun for a couple of days. Unfortunately, they get caught up in such a mess with the law that they can't find a way out. They are framed for a murder they didn’t commit.
Stuck in a hopeless situation, they look for help everywhere, but no one seems forthcoming until, Keshave Kunthalgirikar (Makarand Anaspure) comes to their rescue. Keshav is Abhijit's uncle who is clumsy and perennially in a mess himself. The drama begins when Keshav, who has never won a single lawsuit, is forced to defend Harsh and Abhijit against prosecutor Advocated Phandnavis (Sachin Khedekar), a formidable opponent who has never been defeated in court.
The argument between these two unlikely opponents brings forth, amongst other things, the differences between the rural and the urban ways of life.
The music is provided by Amar Mohile.
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