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Re: Netflix movies worth watching

Those Marathi movies on Netflix,

Hridaynath: Jackie Shroff stars in this one as an old school teacher (master), who dislikes conflict... to the level that he will just give in and take a beating but not stand up. Then his heart changes... physically... and he changes into a small time ganglord. But due to budget restrictions (movie-making, low production values), he never rises up to his zenith... and the movie just fritters away. Watch if you have nothing else to do.

Ideachi Kalpana: A remake of the old Sanjeev Kumar/Farouqhue Shaikh movie, "Dus Lakh". But of course, the marathi movie takes it a scale up and adds more twists and turns. A funny one-time watch. The twists towards the end really seem unending till you keep asking for more... and more.

Shame-to-Shame: A mixup of twins... but old and badly made... the mixup seems very forced. Can be skipped.

Pheka Pheka: This is a remake of the old "Aaj ka Taja Khabar"... and not funny at all. It has the constipated-looking Ashok Saraf making his forced-faces all through out. And there are no add-ons or twists, follows the old movie faithfully. The original hindi movie is way better.

Kay Dyache Bola: This is a gem of a movie... a loose remake of "My Cousin Vinny". Couple of college guys get falsely accused of murder... and their lawyer-uncle comes from the village to rescue them. Dialogue-delivery of this uncle is first-class and takes the movie from its simple nature to the high-level of movie-making. Definitely worth a watch, if only one-time.

Started watching "Aajcha Divas Majha"... will update after watching... give me a few days/weeks.
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