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MAALIK EK

MAALIK EK

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MAALIK EK 
 
Releasing worldwide on 29th October2010
 
 “Maalik Ek” 
 is a film based on the preaching andphilosophy of the great fakir and saint ShriSai Baba.The film enlightens one of those spiritualexperiences of Baba, known only to theblessed few.The research team has put in 3 years of hard work and sweat to bring thiswonderful spiritual experience to thecelluloid screen.Information has been collected by the
 
research team by referring to numerousbooks and scriptures and by interactionwith various Sai bhakts.In order to enable the masses to
experience this heart touching Sai Baba‟s
grace,the "Maalik Ek" team has decided to dubthe film in various regional andinternational languages.The film takes you to the era, during whichthe great fakir Shri Sai Baba was refusedentryinto various communities and villagessurrounding Shirdi.These simple villagers were of the opinionthat Sai Baba was a thug and thus out of sheer ignorance would chase away thegreatfakir until Shri Sai Baba finally settled downin Shirdi.Mahalsapati, a Sai Bhakt, who later became
 
a close confident of Baba addressed Baba
as “Sai” by saying the words “aao Sai”,
 when Baba first came to Shirdi. Thisepisode bestowed upon the great fakir, the
title of “Sai”.
 Shri Sai Baba continued to stay in Shirdiuntil his final Samadhi.This masjid later came to be known as
 “Dwarkamai”.
 
Shri Sai Baba always said “I have twomothers, one is “Dharti maa” and the otheris Dwarkamai, “Jiski guod mei mein sottahu”.
 
Days before Shri Sai Baba took Samadhi, he gave his close devoteeLaxmi, a young girl, who use to oftencome to Dwarkamai,9 coins which depicts the parting 9aspects of life.The film shows Dwarkamai taking a

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