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Dinkar Maruti Bhosle, a common Marathi man with an identity crisis ends up being the Crusader against threats to his existance & identity as a 'Marathi Maanus'. In his battle against all odds & evils, he is assisted by Shivaji Maharaj.
Set in the 70's in rural India, four 9th grade kids were writing their destiny. Joshi (14) is madly in love with Shirodkar (14) a beautiful Indian looking girl. Both study in the same class. The age old question "What is love anyway?"
A clash of two musical families, where in the end, music is the winner. When greed takes the front seat, manipulations shift gears. A race starts, a race that kills whatever comes across ... See full summary »
Teenage love and its many-layered emotions range from purity in thought to a brevity that's endearing. While its depth never ceases to amaze you, its craziness warms your heart. And the love story of paper-boy Dagdu (Prathamesh Parab) and college-going Prajakta (Ketaki Mategaonkar) is one that's has all these emotions.
As you watch the movie unfold, as cynical adults you read the impossible nature of it all right away. But when you see the innocence of young love unfold on screen in a fun manner (watch the library scene for this), director Ravi Jadhav forces the adults to do a rethink on love, even as he compels the young ones to see reason in love, but without being preachy at all! What begins as a Time Pass for these youngsters can actually prove to be transforming and life changing.
After Balak Palak, M-town can now boast of another teen film that is making the right noises. While most of the dialogues are catchy and humorous, everyone in the cast from Dagdu's friends, to Prajakta's parents to the lead actors - all have put in perfect acts.
Prathamesh is a natural and while the most part of the film sees him in a rowdy mode, watch him excel in the Hum garib hai toh jya hua... scene and the last scene where he gets emotional.
Ketaki as the simple teen too has done well to show how she's affected by the pehla pyar. Vaibhav Mangle as her strict dad is also terrific. Urmila Kanetkar makes a brief but warm appearance.
All in all, Time Pass is worth a watch and kudos to Ravi Jadhav for taking a risk with relatively less known and young stars as his leads. Hearing at the ceetees and laughter in the theatre, it sure looks like it has paid off big time!
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