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Times of India
Both the Marathi films (Rangaa Patangaa and Kapus Kondyachi Goshta) that have released this week have more than one thing in common. The screenplay and dialogues of both the films have been written by Prasad Namjoshi (he's also directed 'Rangaa Patangaa'), both films have Makarand Anaspure and Bharat Ganeshpure in pivotal roles and both deal with the Vidarbha farmer issues.
'Kapus Kondyachi Goshta' is based on a true story and revolves around four sisters who battle the odds and make a name for themselves after their father, a farmer, commits suicide and their mother is murdered. After tragedy strikes, the eldest sister Jyoti (Guru) takes it upon herself to support the family. She attends college and also does odd chores at lawyer Pavde's (Anaspure) house. As it is the sisters have enough problems and the villagers have ostracised them but Pavde supports and encourages the sisters to fight. His encouragement drives them to take up farming and soon they come out of poverty.
The story is a classic example of how one needs to believe in oneself and keep fighting to beat the odds and become successful. Coming from Mrunalini Bhosale who's had her share of experience working on farmers' issues, this film brings forth the situation of families of farmer suicide victims.
Samidha excels in her role and so do the other sisters. Anaspure does what's required of him but a special mention to Bharat Ganeshpure's cameo as the bad guy.
Though the film looks patchy in parts, the sentiment is rightly conveyed through the story and performances. 'Kapus Kondyachi Goshta' might not stand out among the other releases of this week but it definitely is a good watch for those who are unaware of the issue it deals with.