Saatchya Aat Gharat

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Saatchya Aat Gharat
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Sanjay Surkar
Produced by Smita Talwalkar
Written by Sanjay Surkar
Nishikant Kamat
Screenplay by Sanjay Pawar
Starring Kartika Rane
Nishikant Kamath
Makarand Anaspure
Vibhawari Deshpande
Bharati Achrekar
Bharat Ganeshpure
Suhas Joshi
Reema Lagoo
Neena Kulkarni
Narrated by Reema Lagoo
Music by Rahul Ranade
Cinematography Sanjay Jadhav
Distributed by Asmita Chitra
Release date(s)
  • May 31, 2004 (2004-05-31)
Country India
Language Marathi

Saatchya Aat Gharat is a Marathi movie released on 31 May 2004. The film is directed by Sanjay Surkar and produced by Smita Talwalkar.[1] It is partly based upon a 2002 incident in the University of Pune campus when a student was raped by someone posing as a policeman.[2] This was the debut movie for Kartika Rane in Marathi Industry.

Synopsis[edit]

The film, speaks of society's unchanged outlook towards the women – especially rape victims – despite modernization, the movie centres around the rape of a college girl by an imposter cop. While tackling the issue of morality, the film also discusses the pub-crawling, body-piercing, jeans-clad youth culture.

Cast[edit]

The movie stars Kartika Rane, Manav Kaul, Nishikant Kamat, Beneka, Mrunmayee Lagoo, Amruta Patki, Vibhavari Deshpande, Makarand Anaspure, Rakhi Sawant, Neena Kulkarni, Deepa Limaye, Suhas Joshi, Smita Talwalkar, Bharti Achrekar, Deepa Lagu, Prasanna Ketkar, Dr. Damle, Sharad Avasthi, Dr. Girish Oak, Nilu Phule, and Uday Tikekar.[3]

Below are the details of main cast for Saatchya Aat Gharat.[4]

  • Vibhawari Deshpande as Ketaki
  • Makarand Anaspure as Yuvraj
  • Bharat Ganeshpure as Advocate
  • Reema Lagoo as Narrator

Bharati Achrekar, Suhas Joshi, Neena Kulkarni and Kartika Rane.

Credits[edit]

The film's opening credits list the following filming locations:

  • Symbiosys InfoPark College
  • Deccan Gymkhana, Talwalkar Gym
  • Law College
  • Sams Garden
  • Agarwal Bungalow
  • Mokashi Bungalow
  • V I T College Hostel
  • Kavi Bar
  • Film and Television Institute of India
  • Durga Tekdi
  • Pancard Club
  • Chatushrungi
  • Mahesh Sanskrutik Bhavan
  • Chandivali Studio
  • Raj Farms
  • UTI Bank
  • K K Bazaar
  • Patankar Bungalow
  • Bhave Bungalow

Awards[edit]

Nominations[edit]

  • 2005 Screen Awards: Best Film (Marathi)
  • 2005 Screen Awards: Best Director (Marathi) - Sanjay Soorkar
  • 2005 Screen Awards: Best Actress (Marathi) - Beneka

Soundtrack[edit]

Tracklist[edit]

Following table shows list of tracks in the film.[5]

Track # Song Duration
1 Baghata Baghata 1:41
2 Hill Hil Pori Hila 4:47
3 Navi Navalai 2:28
4 Tu An Mi 5:44

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