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11 Nov, 2016
1 hrs 49 mins
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VAZANDAR is an endearing journey of two young and beautiful girls Kaveri and Pooja who are on a mission to lose weight and get down to the much-hyped Size Zero. What follows in their quest is a series of funny, eye-opening incidents that change their lives forever.
Always ready to dwelve into offbeat topics for his movies, national award winning director Sachin Kundalkar is back with another interesting movie concept in his latest Marathi flick Vazandar starring two leading ladies from Marathi film industry Sai Tamhankar and Priya Bapat. The title of the film literally means heavy weight and amazingly enough this light-hearted film is successful at highlighting the message it wants to give to all the young ladies out there Being healthy and having self-confidence is more important than having that so-called perfect zero-figure body. ...Read full review
Though the name might be Vazandar, the film is a light feel-good fare. It is a film worth a watch for Saie and Priyas performance, if nothing else. ...Read full review
According to method acting, its not enough for an actor to act like a character, but he must become the character himself. Many actors have followed this tradition over the years, which demand them to internalize the character not only mentally, but try to get closer in terms of the physical attributes as well. We see the examples even today. Even in contemporary Hollywood, you have actors like Bale, Spacey and Hanks who have changed their appearance film after film. In Bollywood, other than the slight exception of Aamir Khan, the appearance is another word for fitness and most efforts just revolve around six packs. In Marathi, its not very different. One remembers Atul Kulkarnis performance in Natrang, the role dictating a change in his appearance, but we struggle to think of anyone else. Now, with Sachin Kundalkars Vajandar, we have two mainstream heroines putting on a large amount of weight, to play the plump protagonists. ...Read full review



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