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Country  India
Director  Sanjay Surkar
Language  Marathi
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Release date  October 13, 2006 (2006-10-13)

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Anandache Jhaad is a Marathi film released on 13 October 2006. The film has been directed by Sanjay Surkar and produced by Smita Talwalkar. The plot of the film revolves around a family who live in their dreams and their daughter in law who steps up when the family needs a realist the most.


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The entire family of Bhau Kemkar lives on hope. They are so over-optimistic that they often disregard the hard reality of life. The family comprises Bhau who is a bank manager, his school-teacher wife, an older son Vivek who works with an architect, younger son Sandeep who works in a finance company, college-going daughter Jui, Vivek's wife Rama (the daughter in law) and their little son.

They are an extremely loving family and each member has big dreams for the other. Rama, however, is an exception to this. A typical Pune-ite, she is free-spoken and practical. Although she is good at heart, it irritates her that her family members constantly build castles in the air. Her attempts to make them face reality fall in vain. One day, the family is faced with a severe crisis. At such a critical time, Rama sets her differences aside and stands like a rock behind the family.


The film stars Vihing Nayak, Suhas Joshi, Sunil Barve, Shilpa Tulaskar, Prashant Damle,Prashant Dharia & others


The music has been directed by Ashok Patki. Singer Geeta Masurekar makes a debut in marathi with two songs.


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