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Times of India
An archaeology student undertakes a mission and travels to an unknown place with her friends to unearth a mystery.
Pooja (Niyati Ghate) is a spirited youngster with a never say die attitude. Being a student of archaeology, she is intrigued by a village named Dhanori (which is nowhere on the map of India, according to her). She does her research and finds out about a group of men named Dakkhan che Fakde, who used to protect the treasures from being looted by the British in the pre-independence era and one such treasure also resides in an old temple in Dhanori. On knowing this she embarks on a mission to find the truth behind this story with her friends Raghu and Sameer.
Things don't go as expected and upon reaching the village they are discouraged by the residents from taking proceeding. The trio takes the permission of the local zamindar and proceeds anyway. The find the Indiana Jones-esque temple nestled in the green hills around the area. Little do they know that there are other forces protecting the treasure and that the zamindar is a dubious man interested in the treasure alone.
The film starts off on the lines of Indian Jones and Lara Croft movies with Niyati doing the Lara Croft act with aplomb. She kicks and punches her way through the bad guys and gets what she wants. Moreover the suspense is kept alive throughout with unanswered questions and sudden disappearances of people. But that's all there is to it.
'Mukkam Post Dhanori' falters and loses its grip on the subject at multiple places. The narrative has so many sub-plots that by the time the film ends you are confused as to what the real story is. Plus, you never really get answers to all the questions that the director builds up in your mind. The cinematography is shoddy but the graphics lend a certain amount of authenticity at some places. Niyati excels in her mean girl role but the rest of the cast are average.
Had the story been worked on more, the film could well have been one gripping tale to watch out for. Sadly, it is just worth risking a watch.