Out Of Theatre

Por Bazaar

Out Of Theatre
19 Sep, 2014 1 hr 40 mins U/A
Dharmaj Joshi, Sakheel Parchure, Satya Manjrekar, Anurag Worlikar, Swarangi Marathe, Sai Tamhankar, Subodh Bhave
Dharmaj Joshi, Sakheel Parchure, Satya Manjrekar, Anurag Worlikar, Swarangi Marathe, Sai Tamhankar, Subodh Bhave
Manava Naik
Synopsis
Through much of the first half you might be unable to make out where the story is going but as the pace increases, the film grips you with its unfolding plot.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
A gripping tale of five youngsters' fight against the problem of child trafficking.

Review: While we got a glimpse of the issue in Mardaani not long ago, Manava's film presents a different angle to it. It talks about the power of the youth without veering away from the larger subject that it addresses.

Ajay (Anurag), Manjiri (Swarangi), Vishal (Satya), Samar (Dharmaj) and Ragini (Sakheel) and best friends in college. As typical teenagers, their favourite past time is either pulling pranks on people or bunking classes to find new spots to hangout at. On one such expedition, Manjiri bumps into a girl in the middle of nowhere. When she comes back with the others, the girl is gone. Though no one believes her, Manjiri and Ajay run into Bhura (Ankush Chaudhary) one day and suspect some foul play happening in the area. The group goes to a safehouse where they find young kids being held and treated badly. Their professor Shraddha (Sai Tamhankar) explains the issue of child trafficking to them which sparks an urge of helping the kids in the youngsters' minds. Things don't go as planned and one of them gets caught.

In her debut directorial, Manava has dealt with a serious topic with ease. Instead of making it a morbid presentation of the child trafficking, she has put the element of youth and their struggle to bring about a change. This helps 'Por Bazaar' steer clear of being classified as a documentary. Sai is charming and Ankush is deadly in the negative role. All the youngsters have done great jobs and their casting is as apt as it could get. A special mention goes to Anurag and Sakheel for their outstanding performances.

The narrative picks up very slowly. Through much of the first half you might be unable to make out where the story is going but as the pace increases, the film grips you with its unfolding plot. And Farhan Akhtar does the rest in his message at the end.

Predictable but interesting, this is a one-time watch.
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Jatin Kukadia
The narrative picks up very slowly. Through much of the first half you might be unable to make out where the story is going but as the pace increases, the film grips you with its unfolding plot. And Farhan Akhtar does the rest in his message at the end.
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Bardevil Sandip
The narrative picks up very slowly. Through much of the first half you might be unable to make out where the story is going but as the pace increases, the film grips you with its unfolding plot. And Farhan Akhtar does the rest in his message at the end. <br/><br/>Predictable but interesting, this is a one-time watch.
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