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Star Gold to premiere “Jai Santoshi Maa” this May

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Mumbai, 6th April-2006…Pray, there is immeasurable power in it! The last week of May brings divine blessings in the form of the blockbuster-hit film “Jai Santoshi Maa” when it premieres on Star Gold. A Vijay Sharma film starring- Anita Guha, Ashish Kumar, Kanan Kaushal, Music composed by C. Arjun, lyrics by Pradeep, cinematography by Sudhendu Roy, story by R. Priyadarshini, produced by Bhagyalakshmi Chitra Mandir; Jai Santoshi Maa broke all records at the box office. IN terms of return on investment, Jai Santoshi Maa remains the biggest hit ever at the Indian box office. And it is currently in the news for two reasons: the first ever satellite premiere of the movie (on Star Gold), and the fact that it is being remade.

There have been innumerable films, which have proved that films can have a big impact on society. But none of them can even come close to the monumental 1975 hit, ‘Jai Santoshi Maa’. The film almost brought to the limelight a new Goddess, leaving everlasting impression on the Indian masses.

The music by C. Arjun was highly popular, especially the song, "Main to aarti utaaru re, Santoshi Mata ki". The number became the nation’s new anthem and even today, it’s heard at all religious functions and ceremonies.

The film depicts hardships, tough times and sufferings can be overcome by being tolerant, patient, enduring pain and lastly – worshipping Goddess – “Santoshi Maa”.

And it can now be viewed by millions of Santoshi Maa bhakts, as well as everyone else, as it will be premiered on Star Gold this May.

Jap, Tap, Vrat- the three simple ways to attain Nirvana:

These are the simple rules of life in which Satyavati believed and followed religiously. Satyavati (Kanan Kaushal) –was a devoted wife and firm believer of “Santoshi Maa”. Her dedication was put to test; in many ways…But it was her immense faith in “Santoshi Maa” which helped her sail through high tide every time.

“Santoshi Maa” puts her true devotees to test:

“Santoshi Maa” has a unique way of bestowing blessings upon the deserving devotees: not until she has put them through an acid test.

Some facts about the film-“Jai Santoshi Maa”

Did you know????

*Until this film’s release, Goddess Santoshi was not a very well known idol of worship. But this movie’s spectacular success made her a household name all over India. Housewives across the country began observing Fridays as the day of worship of Santoshi Maa.

*The film had such a phenomenal effect on people’s minds that in most theatres where the film was being screened, audiences would remove their footwear outside the cinema halls, as a mark of respect to the Goddess

*Such was the impact on the mind of people that the moviegoers would bring aartis to cinema halls and actually perform the pooja; threw coins at the screen during certain scenes and songs! It was during this phase the whole country saw an upsurge in a unanimous feeling of religiousness

A treat for all “Santoshi Maa” devotees only on the small screen for the first time. Do not miss the exclusive premiere of “Jai Santoshi Maa” in the last week of May -2006, only on Star Gold.

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