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Aathvaan Vachan
Vishal Sing, Mouli Ganguly, Vinny Arora, Varun Khandelwal, Dimple Inamder, Manish Khanna, Avantika, Alka Badala, Paintal, Gulfam, Sulbha Arya
Rose Audiovisual
22 minutes

This is the story of the 8th Vow or Aathvaan Vachan  that adesh takes on his wedding day. Will Aadesh keep up to his Aathvaan Vachan?
Urmi is a problem child and a huge worry to her parents, a burden to her brother, a menace to her sister-in-law and everyone

around... except her sister Manali. Manali and Urmi are sisters who seem to be joined by an umbilical cord… a cord that

cannot be severed off. It is this bond that forced Manali not to pursue a career and refuse marriage proposals… her priority

is Urmi and she takes care of her day-to-day needs. This unusual bond only confirms that they are there for each other.
In a society like ours where marriage means marrying not only the person but his family also, will Urmi’s mental status be a

hindrance in Manali’s happiness? The simple narrative takes an unusual twist when Aadesh meets Manali marries her and

promises to look after Urmi. Aadesh turns out to be a man in this situation as he decides to marry Manali. The family is

shocked with Aadesh’s decision but he goes a step further by renewing his promise to Manali, while taking his marriage vows.

While life for Urmi continues to be fun and games at her sister’s sasural, fate has other plans for her. Manali dies leaving

Urmi in Aadesh’s care. Urmi and Aadesh find themselves in an unusual situation. How they face life is what Aathvaan Vachan…

saath vachano se badkar is all about. What would Urmi’s fate be when she loses her soul support her sister? Will Aadesh be

able to live upto his promise to Manali?