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Akalpith

Out Of Theatre
28 Feb, 2014 2 hrs 20 mins U/A
Abhinay Sawant, Rutul Patil, Mohan Agashe, Renuka Shahane
Abhinay Sawant, Rutul Patil, Mohan Agashe, Renuka Shahane
Prasad Acharekar
Synopsis
The film has its thrills and twists but does not build the kind of suspense that one would expect from a psychological thriller.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Plot: A man accused of committing three murders tells the court that he doesn't remember anything. But just 14 hours before being sent to psychological treatment facility, he starts recollecting details of the event.

Review: While Milind (Abhinay Sawant) is off trying to finalise a business deal, his wife Shweta (Rutul Patil) is busy plotting a murder plan. On their way to Mumbai, the couple meets an old friend named Vishal (Ashutosh Patki) who coaxes them into going to his farmhouse in Khulvad, to spend a few days. Milind and Shweta agree to the plan but are unaware that this trip will change their lives forever.

Once at the farmhouse, the real intentions of Vishal start shaping up and things take a nasty turn with the introduction of Raj (Sumedh Gaikwad) who comes to the place after his car breaks down nearby. Three murders later, Milind finds himself in police custody but refuses the accusation of him being the convict. Keeping in mind that only Milind and Raj are the ones alive, the jury of lawyers considers Raj to be the murderer. But is Raj really the killer? If not, who is it?

A brilliant storyline is the crux of the film and the plot unfolds at a good pace except for a few places after the interval. The director, Prasad Acharekar, answers the questions that arise in the mind of the viewer, immediately with an explanation of every particular scene.

Abhinay's acting skills are questionable initially, but he delivers well as the insane person accused of murdering his wife, friend and a contract killer (Sandesh Jadhav). Although Mohan Agashe and Nirmiti Sawant have few lines and a lesser screen presence, they stand out in the roles of a judge and lawyer respectively. Renuka Shahane has no dialogues until towards the end of the film but she delivers well as a psychologist.

The film has its thrills and twists but does not build the kind of suspense that one would expect from a psychological thriller. The music does not provide the required tension but it is a one time watch.
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