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After losing his job and with no money left, Rahul loans some amount from a local goon Bhai Raja; something that he will regret soon.
'Time Bara Vait' is the Marathi remake of the Malayalam and Tamil film 'Neram' and it keeps the premise similar to the original.
Rahul (Bhushan Pradhan) loses his job and in desperation, borrows money from Bhai Raja (Satish Rajwade) when his friend Nitin suggests him to do so. For a couple of months, Rahul repays the amount in instalments but soon there is no money left with him. Now the pressure starts building up on Rahul because Bhai Raja is not a man who should be messed with. The goon gives Rahul time until evening to repay the amount failing which Rahul stands to lose his life. Fortunately, Nitin arranges for the amount but as luck would have it, somebody steals the money from Rahul while he is on his way to meet Bhai Raja. On the other hand, Bhai Raja kidnaps Rahul's fiancee Priya (Nidhi Oza), mistaking him for the girlfriend of someone else who owes him money. Will Rahul be able to repay the debt or will he lose everything he has ever cared for?
The pace of the film is stunningly fast and keeps you on the edge of your seats. Plus, the sudden twists that are introduced just when you think all will be well, ensure you don't have time to blink. Everything unfolds at an alarming speed and the sub-plots are put through the funnel to link with the main narrative of the story. A drawback is the flashback sequences which at times the viewer is unable to link immediately. These could've been fleshed out better.
WATCH: Trailer of 'Time Bara Vait'
In the acting department, there is maximum scope for Bhushan and Satish to showcase their acting prowess and both of them make complete use of the screen time they get. Satish looks every bit as the typical goon who considers himself the king of the city and Bhushan plays the helpless guy caught in a soup perfectly. Other characters, including the lead actress', come and go at regular intervals but even these are well executed as they play a vital role in the climax.
It would be a re-watch of 'Neram' for those of you who have watched the original but for others looking for some thrill and pace this weekend, 'Time Bara Vait' will provide you a good dose of it.
Our overall critics rating is not an average of the sub score below.
The plot of the movie is wee bit confusing because at times, it focuses on the romance and at other times, on Siddharth's addiction. Nevertheless, the actors lighten up the screen with their chemistry.