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Times of India
When the film was announced, it managed to generate curiosity among people primarily because of the person whose biopic it is. Munde was one of the senior leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and his sudden death in a car accident had the public mourning.
However, 'Sangharsh Yatra' gradually lost steam owing to multiple delays in its release date. The makers attributed the delay to ‘technical issues’ and now that it has finally released, we know exactly what that term means.
The movie starts with a disclaimer that terms it a fictitious story and reference to any people being coincidental. But well, it’s a biopic nevertheless, according to the makers. So we witness the story of Sainath Sanve (Sharad Kelkar) unfold on screen, with all of the events related to Munde’s life making a fleeting appearance. This includes his humble upbringing, entry into politics, stint as Deputy CM of Maharashtra, the grooming of Pankaja Munde aka Sampada Sanve, the death of his close friend Pramod Mahajan aka Pradip and the fateful morning of the car crash in Delhi.
'Sangharsh Yatra' adopts a weird narrative. It juggles the present and the past in a way that leaves the viewer confused. Add to it the shoddy editing that further reduces the impact. As is the case with most biopics, this one glorifies the life of the political leader.
On his part, Sharad Kelkar has done a good job. Shruti Marathe too has fit her role but has limited scope in this film.
To cut it short, this is a yatra that you can embark on, at your risk.