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Gallit Gondhal, Dillit Mujra (2009)

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Kolsewadi has never seen any progress in the village, thanks to the bickering and fights between MLA Chandrakant Tope and Sarpanch Bajirao Dole. Narayan Wagh, a villager, makes the most of ... See full summary »

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Nagesh Bhonsle
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Cast

Credited cast:
Makarand Anaspure ... Narayan Wagh
Suzanne Bernert ... Rebecca
Nagesh Bhonsle
Jyoti Joshi Jyoti Joshi
Sayaji Shinde ... MLA Chandrakant Tope
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Kolsewadi has never seen any progress in the village, thanks to the bickering and fights between MLA Chandrakant Tope and Sarpanch Bajirao Dole. Narayan Wagh, a villager, makes the most of this to his advantage. He manages to coax the villagers and enters the electoral fray to fight the upcoming village elections. He gets help in the way of Rebecca who has come from America to study Maharashtra Folk Art and Dance. He convinces her to study the Lauvni and perform for him at his political rally. Written by Suzanne Bernert

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Comedy

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

1 May 2009 (India) See more »

Filming Locations:

Pune, Maharashtra, India

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Dolby

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Color (Fujicolor)
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In the scene where the sarpanch sits with his wife camera equipment is visible. See more »

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Ending steals the show
17 September 2017 | by snilesh-nksSee all my reviews

This movie shows how much elements of Indian politics can stoop low. But in too much funnier way than we expect that it loses its purpose. Marathi movies are better than Bollywood today in terms of Story and acting. But certainly they lack a will to have a good editor and create an atmosphere according to movie.

Personally I don't have problems with the movie as I thoroughly enjoyed it, but it could have been a lot lot better given the smart story-line of this movie.

Everything (corrupt and bad) a politician will do to achieve its goal and keep his crown is shown in this movie. The ending just seals it as a cheery on top and asks our society a lot of questions about morality.

Makrand Anaspure has his own style to mend any movie into comic one. I recommend no one should miss this movie because despite its comical nature, its a punch to our corrupt politics.


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