Tanhaji Malusare, a military chieftain in the army of the Maratha king Shivaji, leads the charge to capture the strategically important Kondhana fort guarded by the army of the fierce Rajput chieftain Udaybhan Rathod.
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Tanhaji is an action epic about the titular Maratha warrior and Shivaji's military commander who lost his father in a battle and grew up to become a fierce warrior with powerful combat skills. When Mughal emperor Aurangzeb recruits his trusted guard Udaybhan to take control of the Kondhana Fort, Shivaji decides not to engage Tanhaji whose son is going to get married soon. However, as Tanhaji learns of Udaybhan's heading towards the fortress, he decides to take charge and stop the rival army from reaching their destination. This doesn't turn out to be easy as Udaybhan finds himself helped by people who don't want Tanhaji to succeed, resulting in battles and attacks that ensue as the plot unfolds.Written by
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In order to obtain a U/A certificate for the film, the makers had to make six changes. A few objectionable words (not profanity) were removed, visual and verbal references to a character's death were deleted, a dialogue with an innuendo was corrected and three disclaimers were added, regarding computer graphics used to create animals, discouragement of child marriage and the usage of the word "Maratha" as a general term referring to all soldiers (entire army) of Chhhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, and not to refer to any community. Also, the first line of the disclaimer was edited, declaring the film claim a fictionalized representation inspired by life of warrior and a Hindi disclaimer too was added along with the name of History consultant for the film. See more »