Theatrical poster of De Dhakka
|Directed by||Sudesh Manjrekar, Atul Kale|
|Produced by||Satya Films, Zee Talkies|
|Written by||Mahesh Manjrekar|
Arati Ankalikar-Tikekar (Playback)
|Box office||₹6 crore (US$920,000) (lifetime)|
The story revolves around the Jadhav family. Makarand(Makarand Anaspure) after spending all his wealth has invented an auto part which he claims will drastically lower the fuel consumption of vehicles. But being from a rural background and having no formal education he is never taken seriously. Subhanrav(Shivaji Satam) makarand's father leaves no opportunity to blame his son for selling all his land on failed pursuits. Sumi (Medha) is makarand's humble 2nd wife. While the family is going through an economic crisis, a golden opportunity is presented when makarand's daughter is selected for the final round of a dance competition with a huge prize money. The family scrapes their last resources and leaves on a life changing journey to reach the competition venue.
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