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Well Done (2014)

Lai Bhaari (original title)
G | | Action | 11 July 2014 (India)
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Sumitra travels to Pandharpur to find a ray of hope, after Sangram killed her husband and son and took over their business.

Director:

Nishikant Kamat

Writers:

Sajid Nadiadwala (story), Ritesh Shah (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Riteish Deshmukh ... Mauli / Abhay Singh Nimbalkar (Prince) (as Ritesh Deshmukh)
Radhika Apte ... Kavita
Tanvi Azmi ... Mrs. Nimbalkar
Uday Tikekar ... Pratapsingh Nimbalkar
Genelia D'Souza ... Girl in dreams
Sharad Kelkar ... Shangram
Salman Khan ... Bhau
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sanjay Khapre ... Saka
Aditi Sudhir Pohankar
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Storyline

Pratapsingh Nimbalkar and his wife Sumitra are a generous couple who have helped lot people in their village Sumitra is being insulted for not bearing a child for years her maid then asks her to accompany to Pandharpur and pray for lord Vithoba, Sumitra soon gets pregnant gives the news to Pratapsingh and tells him that she would devote the child to lord Vithoba in Panadrarpur which does not go well with Pratapsingh and flies to London when their child is born Sumitra gives good news to Pratapsingh and tells him that she as changed her mind of devoting the child to the lord,25 years later their son Prince returns from abroad,Sangram cousin of Prince is a village evil who along with his father crook poor village people this does not go well with Pratapsingh and he warns them both few days later Pratapsingh passes away and Prince takes the responsibility of Niimbalkar Group he befriends his father's secretary Nandhini and both fall in love but Prince gets a shock that Nandhini is ... Written by alex.mjacko@gmail.com

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Salman Khan's debut in Marathi Film Industry. See more »

Goofs

When Tanvi azmi' calls her husband stating she had delivered a baby, the baby is kept on the left hand side of the cradle. Whenever babies are born, they are generally kept at the center of the cradle. This clearly indicates there were twins out of which one was missing. See more »

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Followed by Mauli (2018) See more »

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Witness the changing trend of Marathi Cinema
17 July 2014 | by nitish-sheteSee all my reviews

Riteish Deshmukh and Nishikant Kamaat duo rocks!! This honest attempt to improve production quality of Marathi cinema is definitely successful. It is a typical 'Masala movie', but far much better than some of recent nonsense Hindi Masala films.

Riteish Deshmukh delivers one of his finest performances till date. He acts with ease and fights with fury. The 'mass-appealing dialogues are written brilliantly. There are many 'clap and whistle' moments in the film. Sharad Kelkar as villain is also very impressive and you actually hate him while watching the movie, which rarely happens in Marathi cinema. The story revolves around God Vithhala and city Pandharpur which is appealing to rural audience as well.

There is a very fine emotional touch to the plot. Nishikant Kamat has executed a simple script extraordinarily. Other supporting actors have done their job pretty well. Some songs could have been skipped to keep the script tight.

In a nutshell, good performances, good background music and very good execution of a simple story. I think the second half is better than the first, but the first half is equally important. Check it out if you appreciate changing trend of Marathi cinema, it will give you 'Lai Bhari' feel !!


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11 July 2014 (India) See more »

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