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Times of India
It is a story of an actor who falls in love with a blind girl and ends up taking a drastic step in order to fund her medical treatment.
It seems to be a season of love in the Marathi film industry as many love stories (with different storylines) are being seen on the big screen and 'Asa Ha Atarangi' is another one of these.
The film revolves around the life of Jagannath (Makarand Anaspure) who is a happy-go-lucky actor and stand up artist. His mantra of living is simple; make others laugh and keep them happy. Jaggu meets Minakshi (Priyanka Yadav), a blind flower vendor, and falls in love with her. He helps Minakshi in every possible way to make her life easy and when the time comes he risks his life to fund her eye operation. Unfortunately, Jaggu disappears for a while after Minakshi's operation and her dream of seeing her saviour remains unfulfilled. Meanwhile Jaggu's friend Prasad (Vikas Patil) falls for Minakshi as she has a striking resemblance to his ex-girlfriend. He decides to marry her, unknown to the fact that Jaggu loves her too. When Jaggu comes back in the picture he sacrifices his love for Minakshi seeing that his best friend likes her. But as luck would have it, Prasad finds out Jaggu's secret.
An unusual love story is what the film is as it combines the element of love with the importance of friendship and sacrifice. The direction is average and Makarand acts in his trademark style. His forced laughter and repetitive jokes have become kind of boring now after being seen numerous times earlier. Vikas does fairly well in his role and Priyanka maintains a confused expression throughout the movie which does not help her performance at all.
Overall the film is average and watch it if you love Makarand's style of acting and stories about 'sacrifice for the sake of friendship'.