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Ti Saddhya Kay Karte
2nd part of 1st love.

Ti Saddhya Kay Karte

06 Jan, 2017
2 hrs 07 mins
13,854 votes
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Schooling years are the best years of life which everyone out of school today will agree. Friends made here remain friends for life and memories of school always linger in everybody’s mind. Everybody in this schooling period of life falls in love with that special one which he or she wants to eventually get married to if the feelings are mutual and serious. But how many of us do end up with that first love…? Not many… All of us today who have been out of school and college and are married and have children are doing well and life is good, but that one question keeps doing the rounds of in our mind quite frequently…if not all the time and especially when friends meet and party. The golden question comes Ti Saddhya Kay Karte
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Verdict: A film that hits all the right nerves and will leave you reminiscing. Like Bollywood, the Marathi film industry is not short of romantic dramas, films that aim to strike a romantic chord with you but more than often fail to do so. Directed by Satish Rajwade, a man who is no stranger to []... ...Read full review
Satish Rajwades Ti Sadhya Kay Karte (TSKK) illustrates an important principle of storytelling; it shows us that the point of the story depends on who the narrator is. Usually, our screenplays tell a story from a third person, omniscient perspective. They either dont have a narrator, or the role of narrator is restricted to provide the detailed information about the events in the story. We rarely see a film, which expresses the point of view of the narrator his version of the story so well. ...Read full review
First things first, Ti Saddhya Kay Karte is to Marathi Cinema what The Shawshank Redemption was to Hollywood! Confused? Well its about using voice-over narrations! Its not the first time that a Marathi film is using voice-over narration from the lead character, but it never made so much sense & added so much to the film! Anurag voiced & played by the smashing Ankush Chaudhari justifies why this film is unusually titled Ti Saddhya Kay Karte. Yes this film is all about the guy & avoids perspectives from any other character in the film. ...Read full review
Love stories neednt always have to be cheesy or grand. In 2010, Satish Rajwade strode in the minds of Marathi viewers with the romantic Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai. The film clicked due to its unconventionality. It broke away from clichd love stories and mushy romance to present a practical yet lovable couple. In that sense, Rajwade has always experimented with the unconventional through his films. So it doesnt come as a surprise that Ti Sadhya Kay Karte (TSKK) treads the same path. But the film is still as relatable, as simple and as sweet as the directors previous ventures. ...Read full review