Marathi    Jan 19, 2005 (India)  



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Aai No 1 is a 2005 Indian Marathi comedy film released on Jan 19, 2005. The film is directed by Gautam Joglekar, produced by K. C. Loy.
Aai No. 1' is a funny comedy that highlights the heroism of a brave mom. Jayaram Londhe (played by Sanjay Narvekar) is an undisciplined policeman. Because of his bullshit approach, Jayaram's colleagues make jokes of him. Unable to bear her son's insults, his mom, Mogarabai (played by Rasika Joshi) elects to help him secretly. Whenever Jayaram needs to go for a kill, Mogarabai reaches there before him and melee the hooligans. Jayaram is appreciated for the achievement which he has not reached. Soon, Jayaram gets sponsored and his responsibilities increase. Will Mogarabai be able to back Jayaram for long? After duration, Jayaram will have to fight for his life. Will Jayaram ever learn a thought from his sensible and courageous 'Aai No. 1'? Check out this page for more updates on Aai No 1.

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