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Ashleel Udyog Mitra Mandal trailer: An intriguing coming-of-age saga 

The film sees Sai Tamhankar play the popular adult Hindi comic character of Savita Bhabhi. 

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Alok Rajwade’s Ashleel Udyog Mitra Mandal (2020), sees actress Sai Tamhankar play a supporting but crucial character in a coming-of-age saga, just like she did in Ravi Jadhav’s Balak Palak (2013). Jadhav's film was about a group of teenagers who are exposed to porn.

In Ashleel Udyog Mitra Mandal, Tamhankar plays the role of Savita Bhabhi, a popular character from adult Hindi comics. But she makes a small appearance in the trailer of the film. 

Ashleel Udyog Mitra Mandal revolves around Aatish (Abhay Mahajan) and his group of friends. Going by the trailer, the boys are all set to organize their first Dahi Handi during the upcoming Gokulashtami festival. They wonder who they should call as the chief guest, when Aatish suggests the name of Savita Bhabhi. 

Meanwhile, Aatish is attracted to his college friend played by Parna Pethe. Similarly, his friends too are fascinated by girls and dream about getting intimate with them. 

The trailer of Ashleel Udyog Mitra Mandal reveals that the film has been shot in a creative manner and has an international feel to it. The film has many intriguing layers, like the relationship between Pethe’s character and Aatish. Pethe's character tells Aatish that in case they remain single till they reach 40, they should marry each other. The trailer also shows a glimpse of Amey Wagh. Tamhankar’s mysterious act generates a lot of interest. 

Mahajan and Pethe have proved their acting prowess before. They look in form here too. 

This is Rajwade’s first film as a director. He has earlier acted in quite a few known films including, Vihir (2009), Ha Bharat Maza (2012), Rama Madhav (2014), Rajwade And Sons (2015), Kaasav (2017) and Pimpal (2017)

Produced by RRP Corporation Production, Ashleel Udyog Mitra Mandal will be releasing on 6 March.

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