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Times of India
Faced with the threat of a minister's son, the residents of a village decide to stand up against him. Helping them is the protagonist, his friends and a local policeman.
The film starts as a story of a happy-go-lucky guy who wants to marry his uncle's daughter but faces problems when the son of a minister creates hurdles in his way. So you have an angry young hero, a violin playing villain and lots of gravity defying actions to support a story that is essentially about the common man's fight against a corrupt politician.
Working as a peon at a company in Mumbai, Moreshwar (Aniket Vishwasrao) has his maternal uncle Dr Chacad's (Mohan Joshi) believe that he is the manager of the firm. To complete a promise made to Moreshwar's mother, Chacad calls him back to the village in order to get him married to his daughter Gauri (Girija Joshi). Gauri is childish and doesn't give time to Moreshwar even after marriage and this prompts Moreshwar to go back to Mumbai. In the meantime, the local minister Bhausaheb Inamdar's son Vikram's (Shoneel Shinde) goons, in a petty fight, accidentally stab Chacad. Vikram also abducts Gauri and tries to rape her. Enter action-hero Morya, a revamped angry avatar of Moreshwar who saves Gauri from the clutches of the villain. Following all these developments the villagers urge Chacad to fight the elections against Inamdar and with ample support from an inspector (Ashok Samarth), Chacad succeeds in his endeavour.
The film starts on a high note with Aniket brooding and dancing but the pace slackens gradually to the extent that you forget what the subject of the film actually is. Mohan Joshi plays his part well. Shoneel is unconvincing as the villain and Vidyadhar Joshi as Bhausaheb should have been given a better role. The film is somewhat of a mix of south action and Ekta Kapoor serials-like twists but even the item songs by Mumait Khan and Meghna Naidu fail to add chutzpa to it.
Had the stunts been choreographed well, the film would have surely garnered better response but sadly that does not happen. Watch this one if you are a south film buff.
Kejriwal is in the habit of talking loose thinking as if he is the only intelligent and right person. He does not want industry to develop to create work force. He aims to gain cheap popularity by hook or crook. He, as Chief Minister of Delhi, waived off electricity dues of his supporters and instead ordered to pay these by the government. But he did not spell out from where will the money for it come? It is because he knew and had already engineered to get out of office