Comedy, Political sattire,
07 Oct 2016
Jaundya Na Balasaheb Marathi Movie Review | Girish Kulkarni, Saie Tamhankar | Ajay-Atul
Star Cast : Girish Kulkarni, Sai Tamhankar, Mohan Joshi, Dilip Prabhavalkar, Reema, Manava Naik, Bhau Kadam, Srikant Yadav, Spruha Joshi, Kishore Chaugule, Savita Prabhune
Director: Girish Kulkarni
Producer : Ajay-Atul, Poonam Shende, Vinay Ganu, Prashant Pethe and Umesh Kulkarni.
Story & Screenplay : Girish Kulkarni
Music : Ajay-Atul
Lyrics : Ajay-Atul, Rooh
Cinematography : H.M.Ramchandra
Editor : Abhijit Deshpande
Art Director : Amit Ghate
Like: The acting by the ensemble cast is spectacular. The dialogues are consistently hilarious. Ajay-Atul are in sublime touch.
Dislike: The screenplay becomes implausible in the second half. The characters are mostly clichéd. The film lacks a focus in storytelling as a whole.
Story: Balasaheb is a pampered young man whose wedding was called off at the last moment due to political reasons. It has been a couple of years since that heart-breaking event but he still hasn’t gotten over it. Just drifting along with the company of his friends and the money of his corrupt and influential politician father, Balasaheb is once demanded by his father that he grows up and share some responsibility of the family. He gets upset, leaves home and ends up watching a play in Pune. That inspires him to stage a play in his own village which leads to his transformation.