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Villagers are living in fear as strange things are happening everyday. Later they discover there are some unknown people behind this, who operate only in the dark. Who are these people and what is their motive?
I am doubtful about the 'Historical' accuracy of the incidents shown in the film but that's the least I bother about when it comes to such movies. The movie is my duckie !!!
The strong points:
1: An ingenious,simple and realistic depiction of the social and political life during the Maratha era.All the characters reflect some or the other aspect - from 'Bhavya' to 'Miyan Rahim Ahmed' all help to form a big,contemporary picture ! 2: Packed with versatile and precise tracks - the video and the song 'Marathi pavool padte pudhe' deserves to be a Marathi anthem. 3: The direction is howling - the idiomatic punch-lines, the body-lang. of the characters and the clarity and restraint shown towards the script is laudable.
There's lot I want to write but it's difficult for me to frame it in words for those who are oblivious of the true history and a bit of sociology !!
The movie should spellbind any 'true' 'Marathi manoos'...
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