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Navra Mazha Navsacha: A Marathi Comedy Film

Navra Mazha Navsacha (English: Husband is Crazy, Wife is Crazier) is a 2004 Marathi comedy film directed by Sachin Pilgaonkar and starring Sachin Pilgaonkar, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Ashok Saraf, and Johnny Lever. The film is a remake of the 1972 Hindi film Bombay to Goa, which itself was inspired by the 1966 Hollywood film It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.

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The film revolves around the journey of a husband and wife from Mumbai to Ganpatipule to fulfill a vow. Wakratund (Sachin Pilgaonkar) is a struggling painter who is married to Bhakti (Supriya Pilgaonkar), a housewife. They are constantly facing bad luck in their life due to an unfulfilled vow made by Wakratund's father. The vow was to take Wakratund (naked) to Ganpatipule for Lord Ganesha's darshan. Bhakti tries to convince Wakratund to fulfill the vow, but he is reluctant as he has to go nude in a temple.

Wakratund takes the help of his friend Kishore (Atul Parchure) and takes Bhakti to a fake baba who tells them that they can take a mannequin dressed as Wakratund secretly in a public transport to the temple and fulfill the vow. Kishore and Wakratund hide the mannequin in a bus that is leaving early morning to Ganpatipule. But the same night, a smuggler hides diamonds in the mannequin. Bhakti and Wakratund start their journey and many funny incidents take place until the bus conductor Lalu (Ashok Saraf) finds the hidden mannequin, which creates havoc.


  • Sachin Pilgaonkar as Wakratund Deshpande

  • Supriya Pilgaonkar as Bhakti Deshpande

  • Ashok Saraf as Lalu, the bus conductor

  • Johnny Lever as Bahadur, the bus driver

  • Atul Parchure as Kishore, Wakratund's friend

  • Vijay Patkar as Police Inspector

  • Pradeep Patwardhan as Babu Kaalia, the smuggler

  • Kuldeep Pawar as Police Inspector

  • Sunil Tawde as Prasad, the bus driver's assistant

  • Sonu Nigam as himself (special appearance)


The film was well received by the audience and critics alike. It was one of the highest-grossing Marathi films of 2004. It also won several awards, including the Maharashtra State Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. The film was praised for its comedy, music, and performances. Ashok Saraf's role as Lalu was especially appreciated for his comic timing and expressions.


The film's music was composed by Ashok Patki and lyrics were written by Shantaram Nandgaonkar. The songs were sung by Sachin Pilgaonkar, Sonu Nigam, Vaishali Samant, Swapnil Bandodkar, and others. The soundtrack consists of six songs:

  • "Chala Na Gade" - Sachin Pilgaonkar

  • "Ganpati Bappa Moraya" - Sonu Nigam

  • "Jai Jai Ram Krishna Hari" - Vaishali Samant and Swapnil Bandodkar

  • "Majhya Navryachi Bayko" - Sachin Pilgaonkar and Vaishali Samant

  • "Navra Mazha Navsacha" - Sachin Pilgaonkar and Vaishali Samant

  • "Tumcha Mulaga Kasa" - Sachin Pilgaonkar and Vaishali Samant

Where to Watch

Navra Mazha Navsacha is a classic Marathi comedy film that you should not miss. You can watch it online on [Zee5] or [MX Player]. You can also buy or rent the DVD from [Amazon] or [Flipkart]. If you are looking for the Hindi dubbed version of the film, you can find it on [YouTube] or [Dailymotion]. However, we recommend you to watch the original Marathi version for the best experience.


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