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Times of India
An honest officer and a journalist take on a corrupt politician to bring peace to a small town.
Making a film is one thing and making it just for the heck of it is another. Sure, the problem of a person in power harassing commoners, needs attention but how many times will films be made on similar lines?
We have had the Singhams, Dabanggs and Rathores beating the hell out of bad guys in Hindi films. Siddharth Jadhav does the same for the Marathi audience as Inspector Vijay, a courageous officer who calls a spade, a spade and takes on the bad guys without fear. His character is a combination of Amitabh's angriness, Salman's humour and Ajay's fearless cop acts. On the other side is Vijay's father who doesn't want Vijay to get married to Priya (Kashmira Kulkarni) as she belongs to a middle class family as opposed to their rich one. Shift in tale, Priya's brother an investigative journalist named Adarsh Wagle (Ravi Kishan) gets transferred to Malkapur after being humiliated by Vijay's father. There he encounters Waman Shinde (Anant Jog) a morally corrupt politician whose name spells terror for the locals. Coincidentally, Vijay too gets posted in Malkapur and the duo take Waman's case heads on.
First of all, it is really difficult to identify this film's main plot. Whether it is the Vijay-Priya's love story, Wagle's struggle to take home a decent salary, their fight against Waman or the notion that middle class girls shouldn't marry the rich guys? And just when you are about to pick one, there plays a song out of nowhere, literally. But let's avoid getting into that for now.
Sidhharth Jadhav and moreover Ravi Kishan are the only things that might make you stay back in the theatre. Ravi Kishan has managed to get his pronunciations right and kudos to him for that. Apart from this there is not much in the story. As to whether to go watch it or not, decide for yourselves.