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Country  India
Director  Hemant Deokar
Language  Marathi
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Release date  April 12, 2007 (2007-04-12)

Similar  Sagla Karun Bhagle, Sasu Numbari Jawai Dus Numbari, Kapus Kondyachi Goshta

Arre... Devaa! is a Marathi film released on 12 April 2007. The film has been produced by Manohar Randive and directed by Hemant Deokar.

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Synopsis

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Tukaram Nikam (Makarand Anaspure), is an honest & naive man, who lives with his family in a small village. The village chief appoints Tukaram as the town's social worker so that he can carry on with his illegal activities.

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Despite being good natured, the villagers do not think kindly of him as he is associated with the evil chief. As a result, Tukaram becomes unhappy thinks the world is treating him unfairly. Personally too, he has no peace of mind as his wife always nags him. He is discontent with almost everything in life despite his honesty. However, his strong belief in Lord Pandurang helps him make it through the day as he worships the Lord day in and day out. One day, he receives a letter which says "Come and Meet me".

Following the directions he goes to meet the sender of the letter who happens to be Lord Pandurang (Arun Nalawade) and he is given all the powers of God. A happy man now, Tukaram vows to work for the betterment of the village much to the annoyance of the chief.

Cast

  • Makarand Anaspure as Tukaram Nikam
  • Arun Nalawade as Lord Pandurang
  • Surekha Kudchi
  • Kuldeep Pawar
  • Sagar Talashikar
  • Soundtrack

    The music has been directed by the duo Avinash – Vishwajit.

    References

    Arre... Devaa Wikipedia