“AamhiDoghi” is a poignant Marathi-language feminist drama that delves into the intricate dynamics of family, relationships, and the pursuit of emotional fulfillment. Directed by Pratima Joshi and produced by Puja Chhabria, the film is a compelling adaptation of Gauri Deshpande’s short story, “Paus Ala Motha.”
The narrative revolves around Savitri (Priya Bapat) and her unexpected bond with her father’s new bride, Amla (Mukta Barve). Despite their contrasting personalities, they develop a deep connection, bridging the emotional chasm between Savitri and her distant father.
As the story unfolds, Savitri’s journey takes her to Mumbai, where she forges a new path filled with academic achievements and personal growth. However, her newfound independence is tested when she confronts heartbreak and loss, ultimately finding solace and closure in the memories of her beloved ‘Ammi.’
“AamhiDoghi” is a touching portrayal of resilience, acceptance, and the transformative power of love.