It takes us through a dramatic journey of a successful businessman, Shrikant Deshmukh, played by Ajinkya Deo. This journey proves to be lousy and the creators have tried too hard infesting it with a gut-wrenching tone. Ajinkya Deo fails to portray a staid, pessimistic businessman, who turns awry if things don’t go according to him. On his birthday, he decides to spend time with his family. Shrikant’s wife Janaki (Shilpa Tulaskar) has an affair with Shrikant’s younger brother, Ravikant (Sunil Barve). Both of the actors have done a near-decent job of playing their parts. As the heavy plot weaves more drama, the viewer is helpless but to accept this meaningless venture.
The writers have used golden oriole’s ambulant reference to explain that change is inevitable. Albeit, it seems like a prate but in actuality, it tries to relate behavior of humans: how humans tend to change their personalities. Rohit Joshi‘s direction has been simplistic and consistent with regards to story. The background score and music adds to the poignant tone of the movie. The build up to the climax is such that the viewers are sure to be blown away for what unfolds next. As the movie draws to an end, Boom! Surprise!
Why should you watch this film?
This is one the few Marathi movies that chooses a simple story line to portray behavioral psychology, in a way that has never been tried before.
By Yojet Sharma