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This film is a biopic of Dr. Kashinath Ghanekar, legendary Marathi actor, journey to the peak of popularity, events that shaken his personal and professional life unto his unfortunate demise at early age.
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Banesh Fene, a charming, witty and extremely sharp guy with daring nature and an uncanny knack for investigation who comes to Pune for a medical exam, witnesses a shocking incident. He ... See full summary »
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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.
The film encompasses the journey of a young boy from his early days to becoming the legend - "Father of Indian Unrest" thus inspiring generations to come. Nailing hard the message that when it comes to systems and social situation today, everyday comes as a new difficulty, problem; however, when looked at the same through Lokmanya's eyes, it's nothing but a challenge and hence a new opportunity, an opportunity that opens into development and progress of our nation, India. This should inspire the young generation to head towards their dreams and embrace the way of "The Lokmanya"
First of all the movie is technically brilliant. The cinematography, visuals and sets looked authentic. The story chugs along at a good pace and does not get melodramatic or jingoistic at any stage - that is a complement to the screenplay! It is rare for an Indian movie to stick to the story and not get diverted into silly romances or grand portrayals. The banter and discourse between Tilak and Agarkar was nicely portrayed. The supporting cast is excellent.
However Subodh Bhave absolutely steals the show as Tilak - I never thought he could be as expressive! His face portrays all the emotions very well, the anger, the disappointment, the stoicness of Tilak.
I was never bored during the movie and was kind of disappointed that it ended... May be a proper series on Tilak and his ideas would be good in the future!
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