Two world's collide, of a father and a son as they move towards the bigger priorities of their lives. Madhusudhan, the head of Nirupama old age home, strives every day to spread happiness ... See full summary »

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Shubho Basu Nag
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Credited cast:
Mohan Agashe
Barun Chanda
Mrinmayee Godbole
Suhas Joshi
Kishor Kadam Kishor Kadam
Mrunal Kulkarni Mrunal Kulkarni
Abhay Mahajan
Yogesh Soman
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Two world's collide, of a father and a son as they move towards the bigger priorities of their lives. Madhusudhan, the head of Nirupama old age home, strives every day to spread happiness and cheer in a place that houses a deep sense of loss and rejection. A home inhabited by frail and old abandoned people, who have nowhere else to go and call Nirupama their home. Tapan, Madhusudhan's only son grew up training himself to survive the world alone. He blames Madhusudhan for being a father in absentia and also for his mother's death. The story takes us through an emotional roller-coaster of a father and son relationship in the backdrop of Kolkata- a city jostling between fading tradition and modernity taking over.

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Drama

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A Marathi Film set in Bengal.
18 April 2021 | by manishjawaharlalsoniSee all my reviews

Avwanchhit : A story that has potential to touch you emotionally. A father-son relationship caught in the web of helplessness is very interestingly and subtly projected on the canvas by the director Subho Nag in his debut film 'Avwanchhit'. A soothing background score accompany you throughout the film in different mood and depth. The acting stays natural by the entire cast. Not 1 inch gone overboard. The father son duo scene that impressed me the most was a well written dialogue where the son says " it took a 22 year old scotch whisky to facilitate a 21 year old pain to come out and express itself". The city Calcutta is beautifully captured by someone who knows its nuances to a T.

A Marathi film set in Bengal looks like the director taking an opportunity to thank these two great states and it's people who have given so much to Indian Films.

A good, clean film with a sincere effort and intention. Watch it to feel it.


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India

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Marathi

Release Date:

19 March 2021 (India) See more »

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Fatfish Entertainment See more »
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