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Raakhandaar

Out Of Theatre
26 Sep, 2014 2 hrs 20 mins U
Ajinkya Deo, Jitendra Joshi, Anuja sathe, Yatin Karyekar
Ajinkya Deo, Jitendra Joshi, Anuja sathe, Yatin Karyekar
Dr. Mrunalinni Patil
Synopsis
The unending and stretched narrative makes you yawn before the interval.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Story of a youngster who is helped by a divine power everytime he gets into trouble.

Review: Being a believer in God and worshipping Him is the solution to problems is what the film aims to tell us. It does this through the experiences of Sadanand (Jitendra), an innocent person who is ever ready to help anyone.

After being kicked out of his workplace by DK (Yatin karyekar) Sadanand is left helpless. He doesn't know what to do for earning a living. That's when his neighbours urge him to restart his father's cobbling business. Sadanand's first customer is Khushaba (Ajinkya) who is a a human avatar of Lord Khandoba. From there on, whenever Sadanand faces problems, Khushaba is there for his rescue. This continues and soon Sadanand marries DK's daughter Madhavi (Anuja). They live a happy life until one day when an unfulfilled vow starts creating a rift among the family.

As is evident from the story, there is nothing great about this film except Ajinkya Deo and Jitendra Joshi's acting. The unending and stretched narrative makes you yawn before the interval. The film could have been better, if not very good, had the length been reduced drastically. Shoddy editing and dialogues put in for the sake of rhyming with each other, add to the woes.

If anything, the songs and scenes involving Jitendra and Ajinkya make this film watchable. Jitendra combines innocence with comic timing but none of the actors' potential is utilized fully. Watch this one only if you have to.
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Jatin Kukadia
Being a believer in God and worshipping Him is the solution to problems is what the film aims to tell us. It does this through the experiences of Sadanand (Jitendra), an innocent person who is ever ready to help anyone.
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Thippesh Kumar
It does this through the experiences of Sadanand (Jitendra), an innocent person who is ever ready to help anyone.
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