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Ek Daav Dhobi Pachad: A Marathi Comedy Film

Ek Daav Dhobi Pachad is a Marathi language film released in 2009. The film is directed by Satish Rajwade, story has been written by Girish Girija Joshi, Dialogues by Kiran Yadnyopavit and cinematography by Suresh Deshmane. The movie is produced by Ashok Saraf, Shree Mangesh Films and Zee Talkies. Music of the movie has been given by Vishwajeet-Avinash. The film stars Ashok Saraf in the lead role of Dadasaheb Dandage, while Mukta Barve, Kishori Shahane, Pushkar Shrotri, Bharat Ganeshpure, Prasad Oak, Madhura Velankar plays the supporting characters in the film.

The film is a comedy drama that revolves around the transformation of Dada Dandage, a notorious goon who falls in love with his long-lost sweetheart Hema. He decides to change himself and his ways to win her heart, but faces many challenges and obstacles along the way. The film is full of hilarious situations, witty dialogues and memorable performances by the cast.


Plot Summary

The film begins with Dada Dandage, a crook whose business involves controlling and opening new beer bars and casinos in the village of Bhongalpoor. He is fondly called as Dada by his associates and feared by his enemies. He is notoriously known for capturing polling booths and doing Vasooli from people. However, a transformation comes about in his life when he meets his long-lost love, Hema at a protest rally. Hema is a well-educated lady who works as a principal of a school. Dada puts a marriage proposal which Hema rejects saying that he is not the same person she had met years back. She comments on his language, clothes and way of living.

Unable to face the rejection, Dada decides to change himself and win Hema's heart again. His attempts to improve make him appoint a Marathi teacher for his language, a fashion designer to stitch international clothes and help all the loved ones in trouble. He also quits his illegal businesses and donates his land for the school. Meanwhile his daughter Sulakshana lies to him that she is pregnant from the son of Sakha Patil, a rival politician. Therefore Dada asks him to marry his son with Sulakshana, which he refuses to. Later Dada tries to set up the marriage with his accountant Tryambak Joshi. But later Tryanbak manages to make Prof Parkhadkar and Sulakshana together, and get engaged with Sayali, Hema's daughter.

During all this drama Inspector Dhande is watching all the Dada's activities, as he suspects that Dada is responsible for the theft reports in the village. While Dada is discussing with the Directorate board of Gyanmarg Shikshan Sanstha, Inspector Dhande raids Dada's home with press and finds out that Dada is actually not responsible, and catches Sakha Patil red-handed. At the end, Dada gets to know that Sayali is the daughter of Hema and him, and he explains Hema how he has changed himself to get her.

Cast and Crew



Dadasaheb Dandage (Dada)

Ashok Saraf


Kishori Shahane


Mukta Barve


Madhura Velankar


Pushkar Shrotri


Bharat Ganeshpure

Tryambak Joshi

Prasad Oak

Prof Parkhadkar

Subodh Bhave

Sakha Patil

Uday Sabnis

Inspector Dhande

Sanjay Mone

The film is directed by Satish Rajwade, who is known for his successful films like Mumbai Pune Mumbai, Premachi Goshta and Ti Saddhya Kay Karte. The story has been written by Girish Girija Joshi, who has also written the screenplay and dialogues for the film. The cinematography has been done by Suresh Deshmane, who has captured the rural and urban settings of the film beautifully. The music has been composed by Vishwajeet-Avinash, who have given a catchy title song and a melodious background score for the film.

Reception and Awards

The film was released on 2 June 2009 and received positive reviews from the critics and the audience. The film was praised for its comedy, story, direction and performances. The film was also a commercial success and became one of the highest-grossing Marathi films of 2009.

The film won several awards and nominations at various award functions. Ashok Saraf won the Best Actor award at the Zee Gaurav Puraskar 2010 for his role as Dada Dandage. Mukta Barve won the Best Actress award at the Maharashtra State Film Awards 2009 for her role as Sulakshana. The film also won the Best Film award at the Zee Talkies Comedy Awards 2010.


Ek Daav Dhobi Pachad is a Marathi comedy film that entertains the audience with its humor, romance and drama. The film showcases the talent of Ashok Saraf, who plays a versatile role of a goon who transforms himself for his love. The film also features a talented ensemble cast who deliver memorable performances. The film is a must-watch for anyone who loves comedy and Marathi cinema.


  • : Ek Daav Dhobi Pachhad - Wikipedia

  • : Ek Daav Dhobhipachhad (2008) - IMDb

  • : Ek Daav Dhobi Pachhad 2006 ( एक डव धब पछड ) Super hit Marathi Movie ... - YouTube

  • : Ek Daav Dhobi Pachad Movie Review 3/5: Critic Review of Ek Daav Dhobi Pachad by Times of India

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