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Filmmaker Rohit Shetty has praised her after seeing Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s new film ‘Thackeray’. In the film, the actor is in the role of late leader Balasaheb Thackeray. Rohit spoke here on Wednesday during the special screening of the film Of On this occasion, he said, “Nawaz is a great actor and I think everybody says this after the release of his film.” He said, “There are some such scenes in which young Balasaheb’s life has been shown, and in those scenes he looks like the late Shiv Sena supremo.”
Sanjay Raut, who is very close to the very popular, controversial and fire brand leader Balasaheb, who changed the face of the country’s politics, has shown his gray aspects by making his biopic as ‘Thakre’ but together with it The effort has also been fulfilled that his image in the film does not get tarnished. The rights of the Bhimiputras of Maharashtra,
On the outsiders, his controversial decisions such as banning his belief on democracy, support for the emergency, rising of the slogan of Hindutva, have been kept in the story, but he has been given the jurisdiction of his decisions by continuously making him the hero. Many questions have been raised about the intention to make a film. Especially when the Elections are on the head, in other words, the likes of Balasaheb’s people will be happy to see and hear them.
Story: The story begins with the Lucknow court, where Balasaheb Thackeray and his organization are accused of demolishing Ayodhya’s controversial structure and spreading riots. The story from the court travels in the 1960s, where the cartoonist is in the Thackeray Free Press Journal, but due to his cartoons, he has to leave his job. After resigning from the job, he comes to see the film in Eros and they realize there Despite being Maharashtra’s Marathas, Marathi people are not given any involvement in job and employment nor are they respected. At the same time, he comes to the idea of organizing a Marathi man who is later transformed into Shivsena. Balasaheb Thackeray’s emergence with the ongoing trial in the court and the events of the past A statement has been made to become a powerful leader. The publication of his mouthpiece, the poison, the establishment of the Shiv Sena, the campaign to oust the south Indians and Gujaratis from Maharashtra, joining hands with the Muslim League, strengthening the slogan of Hindutva, Maharashtra merger movement of Karwar Belgaum and Nipani, Emergency, Manohar of Shivsena Joshi’s becoming Maharashtra’s CM, Shiv Sena’s Dabangai, Janata Party’s victory, controversial
Review: Directed by Abhijit Panse, through his directive, from 1960 to 1993, in that period, where the common man was changing not just politics of Mumbai and Maharashtra. It will be called the cleverness of Abhijit’s direction that he has filmed the past parts of the film in Black and White.It is good to see Mumbai of the 60-70s in Sandeep Rawade’s production design. The hard work of making the set and the atmosphere realistic. If the screenplay of the film was tight, the story could be sharp and sharp. Casting leaders of politics and people of that era are strong, whether it is Indira Gandhi or Sharad Pawar or Dada Kondke There was news of the sensation of dialogues like ‘Hatao Lungi, Bajao Pungi’ in the film, but the dialogues are in the film.The well-known dialogue of Balasaheb has been preserved in the film, which strengthens the story. Whether it is the style of walking, speaking or standing or giving speeches. Amrita Rao is keen to play the role of Meena Tai, but her role in the film has not been shown in depth. The companion cast is consistent with the subject. Rohan and Sandeep Shirodkar have average music. If the music side was stronger, then the film could have been more influential.
those interested in politics and those who want Balasaheb can see this movie.