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Directed by Shrabani Deodhar
Produced by Sachin Parekar
Sanjay Parekar
Screenplay by Mangesh Kulkarni
Story by Mangesh Kulkarni
Starring Ashok Saraf
Vandana Gupte
Vikram Ghokhale
Savita Prabhune
Varsha Usgaonkar
Sunil Barve
Ajinkya Dev
Music by Anand Modak
Cinematography Debu Deodhar
Edited by Dilip Kotalgi
Zafar Sultan
Distributed by Everest Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Release dates
  • April 16, 1993 (1993-04-16)
Country India
Language Marathi

Lapandav is a Marathi film released on April 16, 1993.[1] This film is directed by Shraboni Deodhar and produced by Sachin Parekar & Sanjay Parekar.[2]


A lazy owner of a gymnasium, Abhijeet Samarth lives a wealthy lifestyle in Pune along with his advocate wife, Asavari, and a collegian daughter, Rasika, who is going steady with a wealthy Corporator's son, Vikram Malgude.

Abhijeet's friend, Advocate Anantrao Mahasabdey also lives a wealthy lifestyle with his wife, Ulka, a son, Asim, a school-going daughter Chinni and his widowed mother.

Both Abhijeet and Anantrao along with Asavari get together every Saturday to enjoy some drinks and share poetry. Their harmonious lifestyle changes hilariously, when Abhijit comes across a love-letter addressed to his wife and starts to suspect that she is having an affair.


The film stars Ashok Saraf, Vandana Gupte, Vikram Ghokhale, Savita Prabhune, Varsha Usgaonkar, Ajinkya Dev, Sunil Barve & Others.


The music has been directed by Anand Modak, while the lyrics have been provided by Mangesh Kulkarni.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Tujhyat Jeev Guntla"   4:04
2. "Attar Jate Udoon"   4:27



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  3. ^ staff. "Best Marathi Feature Film, 1993". Awards and Shows. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 
  4. ^ Karia, Sangeetaa (8 July 2003). "Identity of her own". The Hindu. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 

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