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Times of India
Prithvi, a kid, gets separated from his uncle on a train station and lands up in Tatya's home.
Based on a true story, 'Partu' explores the life of a youngster separated from his family during childhood. It is somewhat like 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', only much toned down.
Prithvi belongs to a Rajasthani family and has a fascination of visiting Mumbai and keeps telling his mother to take him there. His mother is against it as she fears he might get lost in the crowd there. As luck would have it, Prithvi's uncle volunteers to take him to Mumbai. While on their way back, the mother's fear comes true as Prithvi gets lost in the crowd at the railway station. The frightened kid gets on another train thinking it will take him to his native place but ends up in Ahmednagar where a Good Samaritan named Tatya (Kadam) takes him home. Despite repeated attempts to find his parents, Tatya is unsuccessful and Prithvi grows up in his family itself. But does Tatya find Prithvi's family ultimately?
The story is simple and speaks about something that can happen to anyone. It boasts of a good cast as well. Kishor Kadam and Smita Tambe play the 'foster' parents to Prithvi with conviction and Navni Parihar Shines in her small role of Prithvi's mother. Saurabh Gokhale shines in what can be called a good role for him in a long time. Not much credit can be given to Gayatri Soham for her acting acumen but she is at ease in front of the camera.
The biggest flaw with this film is its running time. It takes forever to unfold. Then there are the loose tracks that could've been done away with. These veer the film away from its main focus and once that happens, there's no getting back on track. The slow pace makes the acting efforts of the cast go in vain.