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Times of India
Two youngsters return from prison to their native place only to be told to leave as they have put the name of their village to shame.
Sadashiv (Sanjay Narvekar) and Mahadev (Asit Redij) are best friends who go to the city for some work. On a visit to the bank, they are caught and handed over to the police under accusations of having robbed money from the bank.
After investigating the case, the police find out that Sadu and Madhu are not the thieves and release them. But by that time the news is out that these two have been arrested and people from their village refuse to let them stay there. A teacher from the village advises them to do something worthwhile and get recognition as that is the only way they can clear their tainted image. They go to the neighbouring town and start working as peons at a school. Soon they find out that the school principal is corrupt and is planning to leak the exam papers to students. With a motive of quashing his plans, Sadu and Madhu decide to approach a local politician who runs the school. And yes you guessed it right. The politician is not only involved in the paper leak plan but he has far more illegal and immoral businesses of his own. With the help of another girl they plan to expose all this.
As if the title of the film was not bad enough, every single actor in the film is wasted. Veteran actors like the late Anand Abhyankar, Girish Oak, Usha Nadkarni and Viju Khote increase the star quotient of the film are completely misplaced in their roles. The jokes get repetitive since the start and you can predict the climax soon enough. Post that there is not much to watch in the film except the songs.
This is one of those films that you feel should end after half an hour into the story. Sadly, with numerous intertwined plots and unnecessary characters, it doesn't. Risk watching it if you really want to.