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Navra Mumbaicha Marathi Movie Songs 12


Navra Mumbaicha: A Classic Marathi Comedy Film




Navra Mumbaicha (The Husband from Mumbai) is a 1972 Marathi comedy film directed by Raja Paranjpe and starring Ashok Saraf, Raja Gosavi, Ranjana, Seema and Nilu Phule. The film is a remake of the 1968 Hindi film Bombay Ka Babu, which itself was inspired by the 1956 Hollywood film A Face in the Crowd. The film revolves around the hilarious adventures of a young man from Mumbai who pretends to be the long-lost son of a rich landlord in a village.


The film is considered to be one of the best comedies in Marathi cinema and has been praised for its witty dialogues, situational humor and memorable performances by the actors. The film also features some popular songs composed by Ram Kadam and sung by Mahendra Kapoor, Usha Mangeshkar, Suman Kalyanpur and Asha Bhosle. Some of the songs are:


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  • Mumbai Chi Pori: A peppy song that introduces the protagonist as a smart and charming guy from Mumbai who can woo any girl with his style and charisma.



  • Chal Re Chal Re Bhai: A catchy song that depicts the journey of the protagonist and his friend from Mumbai to the village where they plan to execute their con.



  • Navra Mumbaicha: A humorous song that mocks the protagonist for being a fake son of the landlord and warns him of the consequences if he gets caught.



  • Chandoba Chandoba Bhaglas Ka: A romantic song that expresses the love between the protagonist and the landlord's daughter who is unaware of his true identity.



  • Majhya Dolyatil Kajal: A melodious song that portrays the dilemma of the protagonist who is torn between his love for the girl and his loyalty to his friend.




The film was a huge success at the box office and received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. It was also remade in Gujarati as Navro Mumbaio (1974) and in Kannada as Bombay Dada (1991). The film is still considered to be a cult classic and is often shown on television channels and streaming platforms.


If you are looking for a fun-filled and entertaining film that will make you laugh out loud, then you should definitely watch Navra Mumbaicha. You can also listen to its songs on various music platforms or watch them on YouTube.


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