|Jyotibacha Navas - Marathi Movie|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Kamlakar Torne|
|Music by||Sudhir Phadke|
Jyotibacha Navas is a Marathi movie released on 15 April 1975. Produced by M.S. Salvi and directed by Kamlakar Torne the movie shows the effect of love and how it can turn a piece of coal into a diamond. It is a family drama.
D.S.P. Salvi has been transferred to Kolhapur for the sole purpose of apprehending the dreaded dacoit Sarjerao, famous for his ruthless and inhuman acts as well as his innovative methods of theft. Padmaja, Salvi’s daughter, tells him that he can be ensnared by the power of love. She decides to trap him using her whims and charms. But in the process falls in love, marries and elopes with him.
An enraged Salvi goes to Lord Jyotiba the family deity and takes a vow that he will visit the Lord only after he has put a bullet in the chest of his son in law, while minutes ago Sarjerao had taken a vow to build a school building for the village children.
The cast includes:
- Vikram Gokhale
- Padma Chavan
- Bhalchandra Kulkarni
- Vatsala Deshmukh
- Ramchandra Varde
- Dinkar Inamdar
|1.||"Dan Dilyane Dyan Vadhate"||Sudhir Phadke|
|2.||"Ya Pavnyala Laajach Nhai"||Pushpa Pagdhare|
|3.||"Ya Pavnyala Laajach Nhai"||Pushpa Pagdhare|
|4.||"Kalpanecha Kunchala"||Krushna Kalle|
|5.||"Kuni Sobtila Majhya Rahva"||Usha Mangeshkar|
|6.||"Phoola Sapnala Ali Ga"||Unknown Artist|
- Movie Album - hummaa.com
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- Marathi film lyricist Khebudkar is no more - dnaindia.com
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