When your film has such a metaphorical title as Bus Stop, the viewers expect a decent story which either revolve around the journey of life or choosing the right path. Neither the story of Bus Stop nor the characters justify the title. The clash of generations, love story, college life are all cliched and viewers has seen such things in so many films that the film itself becomes a joke to watch.
Psychological thriller is a less explored genre in Marathi cinema. The film Manjha which released today has a very simple plot and sticks to its genre, unravelling the psyhotic nature of the very dangerous character and its impact on the other fearful characters. "Hunt or Be Hunted", this is a jungle and the jungle rule applys to all of us as well. So either fear or conquere that fear.
"Sometimes to understand the true meaning of happiness you have to go through discomfort and sorrows." It is easy to separate, but it is tougher to accept the person and still stay together. The meaning of life is when you live for others’ happiness and Children teach us how to be happy in any situation, that is the true change of heart – 'Hrudayantar'.
TTMM Tujha Tu Majha Mi shows the real picture of today's young generation, the dilemma between freedom and marriage. Though it is a regular story of 'boy meets girl'; their dilemma of TTMM, to marry or not to marry plays an important role in shaping the core of the film. Debut writer Tejpal Wagh and director Kuldip Jadhav's handling of the story /screenplay makes it refreshing as well as convincing to watch.
The most awaited Marathi film of the year, 'Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar' is finally out in theatres. The film is most anticipated because of the subject of Maharashtra's lost glory, its Maratha forts. Shivaji Maharaj established Hindavi Swarajya by capturing these forts from dectators and building new ones for the people (Marathi रयत). But today, do we care about these heritage forts which saw many battles for ownership and saw many heros die for the Swarajya. The film aptly have the same subject woven around realistic characters from Satara.
Director Satish Rajwade has always told us unconventional love stories and this time too he comes up with a mature and sensible story of first love 'Ti Saddhya Kay Karte'. The film spans over the 3 phases of human life i.e Childhood, Teenage and Adulthood. The story of first love is told with a twist, which is available for every human to take. Ti Saddhya Kay Karte will make you nostalgic and will make you fall in love again with your life.