Bai Go Bai (U/A)
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Bai Go Bai

Marathi
Comedy
04 Dec, 2015
1 hrs 59 mins
59%
37 votes
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SYNOPSIS
This is the story of Baija, who has established her dominance over Nayakanchi Wadi. She has changed Nayakanchi Wadi to Baikanchi Wadi, as a result of which, women have taken over the village and the men have no importance. This village is running on Baijakka's rules, which dictate that men are to be treated miserably. In fact, no man is allowed to even grow a mustache, and neither can he run away from the village. Every man has to work at her villa & thats not even it!
Ever since Baijakka has established power over the village, no child has been born. In short Baijakka is taking revenge against the men. But why.
What could be the secret or the reason behind it?
When will this whole picture change, and if it does, how? Who will change it?
Watch Bai Go Bai to have all your questions answered.
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Marathi cinema has had a history of what are known as `cheap comedies`. From the legendary Dada Kondke films to the very popular Ashok Saraf-Laxmikant Berde films, there has always been an audience for crass slapstick humour in Maharashtra. Though, unlike the 90s, there is certainly a decline in the domination of such films in the last decade or so. But there still definitely is an audience for such a brand of cinema. Bai Go Bai is targeted towards that audience. ...Read full review
It is not necessary that a good story can always make a good film. To make a good story appealing, the screenplay of the film has to be good. Latest released film `Bai Go Bai` produced by Pradeep Kacher Patil and Naresh Ganpat Thakur, lacks in presentation of its screenplay, though the film has offered a fantasy set on the backdrop of a village. Though the idea of this fantasy is good, it would have been better if the screenplay was more appealing with good quality humor, to make the film more appealing. This film may appeal to a rural audience, as the film offers just about average entertainment. ...Read full review
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