In the last couple of weeks, Marathi television fans are hooked to the screen to see the unconventional wedding of ‘Asavari and Abhijeet Raje’. The TV show ‘Aggabai Sasubai’ has become one of the most popular daily soaps of the Marathi industry. The unusual concept of remarriage of a widow in her 50’s is catching on amongst fans of all ages. While the wedding ‘maha-episode’ saw superstars like Siddharth Jadhav, Sonalee Kulkarni, Subodh Bhave; one of the most loved film directors, Sanjay Jadhav too, graced the show with his presence.
While Sanjay Jadhav attended the wedding as himself in the show, it fits the plot because Abhijeet Raje is a superstar celebrity chef in the storyline. Sanjay even offers Asawari, a project to start a restaurant with him jokingly. Sanjay enjoyed the experience of being on this TV show and posted a still from the shoot on his social media handle.
Sanjay will be also seen on the TV with ‘Maharashtracha Superstar’, an acting reality show that scouts talent from every corner of Maharashtra and grooms them into a superstar.
The show has grabbed everyone’s attention with its unique concept and compelling storytelling. The plot revolves around Asawari played by Nivedita Joshi and Abhijit Raje played by Girish Oak. The former being a widow with a newlywed son, is swamped in her maternal duties and is quietly suffering in her loneliness. Abhijeet sweeps her off her feet with his unconditional love and respect. As the duo falls in love, society, and family questions their relationship. Shubhra, the progressive daughter in law, played by Tejashree Pradhan acts cupid to their love. Now that the couple is finally getting married, industry celebs from across the film and television world join the celebration.
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