Out Of Theatre

Chi Va Chi Sau Ka

Out Of Theatre
19 May, 2017 2 hrs 14 mins U/A
Lalit Prabhakar, Mrinmayee Godbole, Supriya Pathare, Bharat Ganeshpure, Jyoti Subhash, Purnima Talwalkar, Sunil Abhyankar, Sharmistha Raut, Pushkar Lonarkar
Synopsis

If you are one of those who haven't met their soulmate yet and are about to attend another wedding with as much enthusiasm as getting a colonoscopy, we suggest you ditch the wedding and go watch this film.

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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Is your social media timeline full of rosy pictures of people getting married? Are you sick of it? Do you want to turn into The Joker and watch the world burn instead (maybe that's just us)? But if you are one of those who haven't met their 'significant other' yet and are about to attend another wedding with as much enthusiasm as getting a colonoscopy, we suggest you ditch the wedding and go watch Chi Va Chi Sau Ka. Here's why:

Reason one: Like Savitri aka Savi (Mrinmayee Godbole) admits many of us have been single because we did not have the time for “affairs”. And hence she is dragged into an arranged marriage scenario by her well-meaning parents (Sunil Abhyankar and Purnima Talwalkar). Savi is not ready to compromise on her expectations, however eccentric they might sound to others. She coos at stray worms, compliments a horse on his new “haircut” and cries while talking about slaughterhouses.

Reason two: Satyaprakash aka Satya (Lalit Prabhakar) is cute. He rides a bicycle, collects water from trashed water bottles and is outgoing about his solar-power venture. But he is also an introvert and can’t stand up for himself even when he knows someone is being unjust to him. He’s more than happy to be single, but is equally happy to live-in with Savi, for, what he deems, an experiment.

Reason three: Satya’s ajji (Jyoti Subhash) is an outgoing, cool boss-granny. Quick-witted and herself engaged in a romance with her neighbour Bhudargadkar (Satish Alekar), ajji is the only person who is supportive of Savi and Satya’s ‘experiment’.

Reason four: Live-in relationships aren’t a new thing for the urban Maharashtrian society, neither are romcoms in Marathi cinema. But director Paresh Mokashi and co-writer Madhugandha Kulkarni, who gave us the refreshing Elizabeth Ekadashi, bring quirky supportive characters, exaggerated situations, a lead pair that is poles apart and makes us collectively fall in love.

Of course, one could argue about the minor loopholes in the story, the weak point of conflict between the lead that breaks them apart or how the film does not say anything poignant and so on. But, as the film suggests, we should let go off our inhibitions, compromise a little and get a happy ending instead.
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Avg Users’ Rating 4.5/5 ( 30 users )
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Rahul Kamble
Good family movie ..full drama
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Digambar Patil
Good Family movie
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Kiran Karve-Thatte
nice movie
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