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  1. Jun 26, 1989 · Anokha Aspatal: Directed by Mukesh Sharma. With Shammi, Kanwarjeet Paintal, Vijay Banerji, Subhashini Banerji. The film is based on the Hindi story with the same name, written by Smt. Saroj Mukherjee. A young boy Gagan visits his grandmother in a village near a dense forest.

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    • Comedy
    • Mukesh Sharma
    • 1989-06-26
  2. Anokha Aspatal 1989 1h 31m Comedy List Reviews Amma, an old woman who lives with her grandson Gagan, is a conservationist and famous for treating sick and wounded animals.

    • Comedy
    • Kanwarjeet Paintal
    • Mukesh Sharma
  3. Anokha Aspatal (1989) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  4. Find out how to watch Anokha Aspatal. Stream Anokha Aspatal, watch trailers, see the cast, and more at TV Guide

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    Anokha Aspatal (1989) was directed by Mukesh Sharma. Mukesh Sharma was associated with CFSI for over a decade, working as Production Officer in many movies. I will however always remember him as Niyog Mama of Rhino. Anokha Aspatal fetched the national award for Best Children’s Film. And in a funny twist, he acts as a poacher in this film. Besides t...

    There is a house in the midst of a dense forest. It is Ammaji’s (Shammi) daily routine to take care of various animals and birds coming to her. Ammaji treats their wounds, feeds them. When they are completely healed the animals are sent back to the jungle. This is the Anokha Aspatal of Ammaji.

    The best thing about the movie is of course- Shammi Aunty. As I said earlier her character in the movie was such a stark contrast to others I have watched. The care, the concern for the animals she depicts was wonderful. Then comes the basic premise. That there is a hospital catering to wild animals inside a forest and that the animals recognise it...

  5. Anokha Aspatal Is An Award Winning Kids Comedy Hindi Movie, Directed By Mukesh Sharma. It Has Won One National Film Award. Amma, An Old Woman Who Lives With Her Grandson Gagan, Is A Conservationist And Famous For Treating Sick And Wounded Animals.

  6. A young boy Gagan visits his grandmother in a village near a dense forest. The grandmother popularly called by villagers, Ammaji, runs a make-shift hospital for animals and birds which are found ...

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