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Times of India
One cannot help but think of the last release Mangalashtak Once More, when you sit down to watch Vishesh Mhanje Maajhi Mrs. While the former tells you what is perfectly right with the Marathi film industry, the latter tells you what is horribly wrong.
The plot of VMMM is simple. An educated man Manaji Deshmukh (Prasad Oak) from a village wants his matric pass wife Mohini (Amruta Ghuge) to conquer odds and win the Mrs India contest. However, they stay in a village in Beed, where the villagers cannot digest the fact that a husband is helping his wife win a beauty contest! Because this entails, her keeping her hair loose, wearing sleeveless blouses, chiffon sarees, high heels etc. But he sticks to his stand and does all it takes to make his dream come true.
The problems of the film begin in setting the premise. If Manaji is so educated, why doesn't he have a job and why does he blindly agree to marry Mohini? An educated falling prey to villagers talking about this mismatched
is hard to digest. Anyway, it's a film, so you do.
But then after so much hate for her, suddenly one fine day he realizes he's wronged her and voila - Mrs India for wifey is his next step to teach the loose tongued villagers a lesson! While Mohini can't speak a word of English, some tit-bit practice with hubby dear ahead of her beauty contest and she fluently speaks on yes - female foeticide!
Wonder what Prasad Oak was doing in this film! Amruta is too placid and the rest of the cast the less said the better. Looks like the makers wanted everything in the film. So you saw a devotional song, an item song, a romantic number, rural beauty and urban glamour. All the audience was searching for was a coherent story!