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Times of India
A village simpleton faces hardships and ridicule from the society but secures his family's future without giving up.
When Air Force officer Sanjay (Dharmadhikari) discloses his plan of starting a winery to his family, they are taken aback. Moreover, his father Tatya (Waghmare) goes missing the next morning with nothing but a poem left behind. Blaming himself for this, Sanjay, along with his wife (Ruchita) goes out to find Tatya. The film then goes into flashback mode with Sanjay recollecting the hard times that the family faced and how his mother (Jagtap) and Tatya brought the children up.
Stories of people facing hardships and yet not giving up can surely result in hard-hitting films but how many of these similar plots does the audience have to watch over and over again? There is nothing wrong with Manatlya Unhat but there is nothing excitingly new as well. Plus, we all know that all is going to be well at the end, the moment the film starts.
Much of the credit for getting the audience interested goes to the lead actors Kailash Waghmare and Mitali Jagtap. In his debut role, Waghmare shows a lot of promise but needs a little bit of refinement. Jagtap as his wife is very convincing. Kishor Kadam and Nagesh Bhosle feature in cameos and both of them are brilliant.
The problems seem unending and the narrative, a repeat of films made previously on these lines. You can fancy a watch for the acting talent.