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Guru Pournima

Out Of Theatre
12 Sep, 2014 2 hrs 05 mins U
Sai Tamhankar, Upendra Limaye, Sulbha Arya
Sai Tamhankar, Upendra Limaye, Sulbha Arya
Girish Mohite
Synopsis
A love story between an aspiring and ambitious actress and her understanding teacher
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  • Times of India
A love story between an aspiring and ambitious actress and her understanding teacher.

In a world that speaks in terms of money, experience and success, have we really lost the importance of relations? Have we become so insensitive that even the love of our dear ones can't hold a family together? These are a couple of questions that the film sheds light on.

The story starts with the super-successful ad-maker and director Guru (Upendra Limaye) visiting his college and soon goes into a flashback. Guru reminiscences his time spent in the college and a short film that he made during those days. Pournima (Sai Tamhankar) is a part of Guru's short film and there is an obvious chemistry between them. When Pournima's orthodox parents deny her the permission to go for an outdoor shoot, she leaves without informing them. Guru comes to know of this and volunteers to accompany Pournima to her house and speak to her parents. Her parents are in no mood to listen and they insult Guru following which Pournima decides to stay away from home. Guru takes her to his house and soon enough, love blossoms between the two. They get married and become parents to Akanksha (Sai) and seemingly live a very happy life. But all is not well between the couple.

What starts as a bubbly and fresh love story evolves in a mature and thoughtful narrative as the film proceeds. The Upendra-Sai pairing is a bit unusual for a romantic film but the way these two have gotten under the skins of their character is commendable. Upendra as the strict taskmaster, lover and a caring father is fabulous. Whoever thought he couldn't do justice to such a role (yours truly included), must think about it again. Sai is one actress who does well in whatever role she is given and she doesn't disappoint in her double role either. She is charming as the lover interest and effervescent as the daughter of Guru. Sulbha Arya as Guru's mother is absolutely brilliant. She brings comic relief in the film and suits her role perfectly. Kudos for her energy.
Girish Mohite's tale is as closely knit as relations should be and in portraying the importance of those, he has come out with flying colours.
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In a world that speaks in terms of money, experience and success, have we really lost the importance of relations? Have we become so insensitive that even the love of our dear ones can't hold a family together? These are a couple of questions that the film sheds light on.
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Jatin Kukadia
In a world that speaks in terms of money, experience and success, have we really lost the importance of relations? Have we become so insensitive that even the love of our dear ones can't hold a family together? These are a couple of questions that the film sheds light on.
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