Sumitra travels to Pandharpur to find a ray of hope, after Sangram killed her husband and son and took over their business.
Kamat, who has given us such tasty movies as “Dombivali Fast” and “Mumbai Meri Jaan”, is totally accountable for “Lai Bhaari” as he portrays the narrative of Prince, Mauli, and Sangram (Sharad Kelkar as the scalawag is all the while dashing and threatening) in the battle of good versus malicious. The film is no “Dombivali Fast” (Kamat’s Marathi showstopper), however on the other hand, it never planned to be. Together, Kamat and Deshmukh mark another day break in the business chronicles of Marathi silver screen â€“ one with great creation esteem and star force. “Lai Bhaari” is intended to be a business achievement and will be a distinct advantage for Marathi fil