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Partu (2015)

A farmer and a child embark on a life long journey to join two families worlds apart.

Director:

Nitin Adsul

Writers:

Nitin Adsul (story), Nitin Adsul | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kishore Kadam ... Lakshman
Navni Parihar ... Mother
Smita Tambe ... Sugandha
Raja Bundela ... Nar Singh
Saurabh Gokhale ... Prithvi Singh
Gayatri Deshmukh ... Shobha
Megha Ghatge ... Dancer
Ravi Sah ... Behru singh (as Ravi Bhushan Bhartiya)
Sri Mirajkar ... Prem Singh (as Shridhar Mirajkar)
Anshuman Vichare ... Driver
Yash Pandey ... Young Prithvi
Swati Bhat Swati Bhat ... Sister
Vishaldada Shinde Vishaldada Shinde ... Gavli
Swati Bhat Swati Bhat ... Sisiter
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Storyline

A boy found on the streets of mid-west India and raised by a poor but very loving family, must come to terms as a man with his curiosity for his biological family. After a 17 year arduous search, his questions are about to be addressed, but will the answers be found in the family that lost him or in the family that raised him? Written by Clark B McMillian Jr

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Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

India

Language:

Marathi | Rajasthani

Release Date:

4 December 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Nasik, Maharashtra, India See more »

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Production Co:

EastWest Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Auro 11.1

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Jeev Pisatala
Composed by Shashank Powar
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Heartwarming movie
8 December 2015 | by piacmorrisonSee all my reviews

I was moved by this heartwarming story of love, family,commitment and courage. The characters were fairly well-developed and the storyline was one that transcends culture. In the movie, Partu, a young boy wants to go to Mumbai with his uncle. While about to take a train, he gets lost. He is found by a poor farmer who takes him home. The way that the family developed a bond with Partu and loved him, while trying to figure out how to find his family. You could sense the anguish and love that they developed for him. I enjoyed the movie and would recommend it. I think that this would make a great family film. The end of the movie was rich with emotion as well. When Partu was reunited with his mother, the emotion and love was palpable. Also, the fear and loss of the farmer and his wife was palpable, too.


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