Dhyanimani
2D

Dhyanimani

Marathi
DramaThriller
10 Feb, 2017
2 hrs 00 mins
72%
400 votes
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SYNOPSIS
Sameer and Aparna, a married couple, decide to spend their weekend with one of Sameer’s family friends, Sada Pathak and Shalini Pathak, whom he has not met in years. Their weekend trip soon turns out to be a traumatizing experience when they learn a disturbing secret about the Pathak family.
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Verdict: A psychological drama that tries too hard to impress. Nowadays, many filmmakers are being inspired by books and plays so that they could develop interesting content with their films and give people a break from the usual. Some of these attempts bear fruits and turn out to be as big and successful as Natsamrat, while some struggle []... ...Read full review
Of late, the Marathi industry has been witnessing an increasing number of plays being adapted to screen, the latest being Dhyanimani. This Chandrakant Kulkarni directorial is a great example of how a film can keep its viewers engaged. ...Read full review
For a theatre audience of a certain age, Dhyanimani is a familiar name. It is based on a popular play of the nineties, with the same title and by the same writer/ director. Other than a marginal updating of certain details, the film makes no radical changes and sticks to the ideas that worked for the play. ...Read full review
In the 70s & 80s Marathi theatre scene flourished like never before or after. Vijay Tendulkar was the pioneer of this change. The commercial stage did exist (before 70s) just as merrily as it has been throughout, but Tendulkar & a few others brought realism & experimental theatre in the mainstream specifically in that era. Some of these playwrights functioned till the 90s but most of them didnt. ...Read full review
The smartly cut trailer of Dhyanimani reveals little. Shalini (Ashvini Bhave) is glorifying the joys, often dramatically, of being a mother. A sudden, ominous change in the background score reveals a lot, just like the title. Dhyanimani means something that exists only in your thoughts. In the film too, the makers use music to often mislead the viewer in a certain direction. ...Read full review
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