She made her Hindi film debut in the adult sex comedy Grand Masti wherein she played the role of Mamta, wife of Ritesh Deshmukh's character.Kulkarni also made a cameo appearance in Ajay Devgan starer Singham 2.Mandar Ponkshe (Gulshan Devaiah), a typical youth, is a sex addict and a player.Now he's in his early 30s, he is only interested in 'scoring' one night stands while his friends are all married with kids.The narration now moves back several years to Mandar's early teenage years.The year 1989, Mandar along with his cousin Dilip (nicknamed Yusuf) visits his village in Maharashtra where their cousin Kshitij is already waiting for them.Pregnancy and child marriage cut short adolescent girls’ schooling before they have completed secondary school.Article 10 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (1979) is the most comprehensive provision on girls and women’s right to education.
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The movie opens with one such scene where his friends tell him to get married as he is too old to screw around.
In his turn, Mandar explains his philosophy about sex as a purely physical act, somewhat akin to the satisfaction of the 'perfect' bowel movement.
Despite progress, girls and women continue to be discriminated against in accessing education and within education systems.
57 million children worldwide, including 31 million girls, are out of school and two thirds of illiterate adults are women.