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Times of India
'Marathon Zindagi' is a classic example of how a subject that looks good on paper can be messed with completely.
The title is a play of words. It aims to tell you a subtler version of Viru Sahasrabudhhe’s ‘Life is a race’ mantra from 3 Idiots. Basically, the film wants to say that your life is like a marathon. It might be full of hurdles and look unending, but, if you sustain, you are bound to be rewarded.
Now, the idea is good but the problem arises when you have a substandard team being entrusted with the task of pulling this one-line narrative off. For the entire first half, all that you see are new characters popping up every two minutes. Flow of the story is something the makers clearly seem to have not heard of. Which is why, calling the end-product a motion picture would be wrong; montage would be the right term to describe this mediocre attempt.
What Vikram Gokhale, Girish Pardeshi and Sanjay Narvekar are doing in this film is a question best left for the seasoned actors to answer. Because here, they are reduced to props that add ‘star-value’ to the film. Bhosale, as one of the disabled persons in the film, goes overboard in every scene, as do the rest of the cast members.
This is one marathon that really drains you; not physically but mentally. One must be well-prepared to last till the end.