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Times of India
Three friends, Megha, Priya and Nishigandha, stay together in an apartment. While Megha and Priya have starkly opposite personalities, Nishigandha is the balancing factor between them.
Perhaps the makers of Bhavishyachi Aishi Taishi, literally meaning 'To hell with the future', didn't consult an astrologer before making the film. Or maybe they did and got a wrong prediction of it working well with the viewers.
First things first, here's what the film is about. So our leading ladies Megha (Naik), Priya (Jadhav) and Nishigandha (Zine) stay together and work at the same company. Megha is a complete astrology buff and has immense respect for astrologers. Priya hates astrology and leaves no chance to make her displeasure known. It is Nishigandha who balances the equation and prevents Priya and Megha from coming to blows. A meeting with an unknown lady (Usgaonkar) leads the three girls to the astrologer, Mr K, who predicts that Priya will die in a week's time.
Before you ask any questions, let us tell you that most of the film defies logical thinking. If you still have any queries, you can think about directing them to the makers, just like we are planning to do. The story probably stemmed out of a simple idea about making astrology relevant to the current generation. But how to make a film about it? Well, just sign three pretty ladies, put in a plot that makes you want to pull out your hair, add a sub-plot that aims to add suspense to the story, put in a cool as ice astrologer who 'helps people free of cost', stir well and voila! Your suspense drama is ready to be served.
To its credit, this film doesn't get too preachy. This is one of those films that has actors mouthing lines with deadpan looks and least enthusiasm. But we don't blame them. When the film itself is bad enough, there's very little they can do to salvage it.
As the astrologer in the film says, we can't give you an exact prediction of the future, but we can safely give you the option of skipping this one.