A fun-filled film with an interesting plot backed by powerful performances.
Movie – Kulkarni Chaukatla Deshpande
Director – Gajendra Ahire
Stars: Sai Tamhankar, Rajesh Shringarpore, Neena Kulkarni
Writer: Gajendra Ahire
Producer – Smita Vinay Ganu and Ajeeth Mahadevan
Production Company – Rajshri Marathi
Ratings – 3.0
The story revolves around the life of a Mumbai based on a divorcee and independent working lady. She refuses to accept the obsolete norms that a woman is meant to be confined within the kitchen and can lead a life as per own terms. She leaves her husband who is not at all progressive and shifts to Mumbai as she is educated and progressive. She finds both love and career in Mumbai but these come along with own set of challenges especially when she finds love and settles down with her second marriage. So, she manages them is the crux of the story worth exploring in any nearby theatre.
The film somewhere rides high on a simple storyline and the makers seemed to have proved the same. The simple story is the king claims the film. The movie manages to move ahead with a right set of a blend of emotions that are seen weaved perfectly with humor and good performances can make your day. It has both sensitivity and a progressive approach given the right set of shades of color to boost up the entertainment value of the film.
Some of the sequences and dialogues seemed to have touched the right chord of nerves especially the one when Jaya and Satish explain their relationship to their children. The dialogues and screenplay are also vital and come along with great ease. The performances by the lead actors like Sai Tamhankar, Rajesh Shringarpore, Neena Kulkarni and others seemed at par and thus offer you a good film to catch. The other elements like music, screenplay and other elements helped the film in a big way.
Kulkarni Chaukatla Deshpande The Last word
The film is unique at its title is and showcases the new age and progressive Marathi film to catch. If such subjects interest you it can be a perfect weekend watch, trust me you won’t be dejected to catch it.