21 Jul, 2017
2 hrs 05 mins
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A working mother with a teenage son shifts to a new town to escape her abusive husband and to begin a new life, but when she finds that her son is being forced to be party to a violent crime by his psychotic class friend, she has to decide if she is going to run away again or fight her deepest fears and stand up for herself.
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Verdict: A well-made psycho thriller that should not be missed. Psychological thrillers is a less explored genre in Marathi cinema. The last one which caught everyone`s attention was probably 2014 released Anvatt. Hence, the hype around the latest Marathi psycho thriller Manjha is justified. The film starts off with an easygoing pace. Samidha (Ashvini Bhave) []... ...Read full review
As far as psychological thrillers go, Jatin Wagles Manjha is a solid entry. Though we have seen elements of this genre in many films, rarely do we get a dose as concentrated as this. Sadly, Manjha peters out in the final 15 minutes reducing the impact by several notches; but its impressive up until this point. An edgy thriller set in the real world, the film has the capacity to have every parent worried about the things they do not know about their children. ...Read full review
It seems the Marathi film industry is making up for the first six months of mediocrity and we are more than happy. After a lovely romance (Muramba) and horror flick (Lapachhapi), Manjha comes as another diversion from the run-of-the-mill stuff. ...Read full review

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