What is the solution if someone with an idea deep down inside her mind feels that there is no love, magic or good people. We are nature's biggest mistake and is unsettled by the idea of falling in love. Prakash Kunte's Hampi shows a story of a girl in her twenties who is deeply hurt by her parents' divorce and goes on a trip to Hampi to find solace with her friend. Will she find true meaning of love and life in Hampi? read on our review of Hampi.
Marketed as delight for music lovers, Chhand Priticha is good as a standalone music album. But when it comes to the story and screenplay, the film falls flat on its face. Based on the 3 main characters of Shahir Satyavan, Lavani dancer Chandra and Dholki player Rajaram, the film revolves too much around the Tamasha genre that it fails to weave the actual thread of interpersonal relationships between these characters. Director N. Relekar depend to heavily on the 70's melodrama which did not work for current generation viewers.
When you decide to make a film on a Marathi comic book character Faster Fene created by B. R. Bhagwat, you are taking a huge risk and your adaptation will be compared with the original material. Writer Kshitij Patwardhan and director Aditya Sarpotdar has taken that risk and created a new age Faster Fene of 2017, who is still connected to its original book self. His ideologies are same about life and for solving a crime case, he uses the latest gadgets. The screen adaptation is very well polished to keep viewers glued to the screen all the time.
Gajendra Ahire has always given us meaningful cinema. With The Silence he touches the subject of crimes and abuse against women. The film has dark shades throughout the narratives and has gripping storytelling which moves back and forth in time. Primarily it is from the point of view of 3 characters, Chini, her sister Manda and their Aunt (Mami). ‘The Silence’ is an attempt to begin a conversation on the sexual abuse of women and children. It's a social theme based movie specifically addressing sexual assault of a minor by a close relative.
After watching Kaasav, you will get an idea why this film has won the Golden Lotus Best Film at 64th National Awards. The film has integrated many facets of life through animals (here the turtle), nature and human beings all from the point of view of self protection. Kaasav is the simplistic story told through cinematic excellence, through each and every frame of brilliance. The film has many hidden meanings, which will need many viewings. The director duo of Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Sukthankar has thrown light on the main topic of depression as mental disorder from many perspectives and given many solutions, accept whichever suits you.
It is hard to believe that Baapjanma is the first film of Nipun Dharmadhikari. He is the veteran on Marathi Theatre scene, but he had waited too long to enter the films and feel that he should make films regularly. Written and directed by Nipun, Baapjanma is his film. A simple story of a father-children conflict has be woven in beautiful manner taking all the liberties of cinematic presentations. More such out of the box Marathi films are needed from independent producers.