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Times of India
There are films that you expect a lot from and there are others that you expect a little less from. Jalsa falls in the third category; there is hardly any expectation from the film other than a few gags, owing to the presence of Bharat Ganeshpure. On that front, this comedy delivers.
In fact it raises the bar of expectations slightly when Sagar Karande comes into the picture. But, as they say, all good things come to an end and in this case, a tad too soon. Two good comedians and a supposedly hit song (Bai wadyawar ya) aren’t enough to help a film sail through. Jalsa is a great example of this. Pathetic jokes, crude remarks and clichéd characters make up this film.
Jalsa revolves around two losers, Amar (Raaj) and Prem (Wairagar) who want to adapt the theatrical masterpiece Ekach Pyala but face a dearth of resources and money. After being helped by their uncle (Ganeshpure) who is somewhat a drag queen of the village, the duo gives wings to its imagination. Despite facing hitches throughout the way, they end up staging Ekach Pyala.
Though most of the jokes won’t make you laugh, there are some genuine ones. Ganeshpure and Karande are in familiar turf and it’s a cakewalk for them. However, the same can’t be said about the protagonists, who try too hard and fail. Also, the story draws similarities with the recently released Jaundya Na Balasaheb’s second half. And then, there’s the length of the movie.
At 146 mins, it’s way too long for the stuff on offer and, understandably, gets repetitive after a point. Raaj and Wairagar have tried to draw from the original Amar-Prem of Andaz Apna Apna but hey, not everyone is Aamir or Salman Khan.
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