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Times of India
After being thrown out of the house by his father, Rohit and his wife have more suffering in store due to Shani Dev's 'bad influence'.
Last year, it was Shegavicha Yogi Gajanan and Deool Banda that had a tryst worth the devotional biopic genre and Lord of Shingnapur treads the same line. Though it has been promoted as a love story, all it does is sing praises of Shani Dev throughout, with references to the 'love story'.
It so happens that lovebirds Rohit (Ashutosh) and Neha (Vaibhavi) want to get married. Rohit is the son of a rich man and wants Neha to meet his parents, thinking they will be fine with his choice. While his mother (Usgaonkar) accepts Neha, his father (Joshi) is agitated and drives the couple out of the house. Now, here's the thing; the family is, as the subtitles say, under the 'bad influence' of Shani Dev. So, on their way back from Rohit's home, the couple meets with an accident 'organised' by Shani Dev (Gunaji). While Rohit ends up at a hermitage, Neha meets Shani Dev in-disguise, who tells her to go to Shingnapur. From here on, the film goes on to praise Shani Dev and tells viewers how he gets angry if someone says something wrong about him.
Only if you are a Shani bhakt should you watch this film. Proclaiming to be a 'love story brought about by Shani Dev', the film is predictable since the word 'go'. Rich guy meets orphaned girl, they fall in love, meet with an accident, guy loses memory, girl is lost and Shani Dev ensures a happy ending. That's about it. Good actors are wasted and others, well, they don't really act much.
Even if you avoid watching this one, you won't lose out on much.