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Old December 14th, 2018, 05:13 AM
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Ashdoc's movie review---Mulshi pattern



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This movie gets it's name from the taluka of Mulshi adjoining the city of Pune . As Pune grows rentlessly into it's hinterland , former farms that are near it in Mulshi get bought by builders to build tall buildings increasing the size of the ever expanding city . But what about the farmers who are forced to sell their lands to make way for skyscrapers ? The money they get by selling their land is soon finished and they are forced to live a hand to mouth existence .

The story is of Rahul ( Om Bhutkar ) , a young man whose father ( played by Mohan Joshi ) was once Patil ( headman ) of a village in Mulshi taluka . All the glory of being a headman is lost after the village comes under redevelopment , and father is forced to become watchman of one of the buildings that has sprung up on the acquired land . One day he makes a mistake due to which he is humiliated and beaten and removed from his job . His family is forced to leave the area to settle in Pune working as coolies heaving huge loads on their backs.

His son Rahul is full of fire however and vows revenge on those who humiliated his father . He takes a path of crime and hitches up with a local Don ( played by Pravin Tarde ) and soon becomes his henchman . Rahul proves to be devious however and kills his godfather to become Don himself . He is full of fury and the manner of his killings is barbaric---using sharp weapons to literally cut up his opponents .

Soon all builders fear Rahul and he and his goons terrorise anyone attempting to buy land for building tall buildings in Mulshi . He takes terrible revenge on anyone who crosses his path and have humiliated his father in the past .

However his father refuses to acknowledge his son's new found status and his mother removes him from his house because they do not find any satisfaction in the violent path taken by their son . This though his father still has to work as coolie . His divorced sister cannot get married due to her brother's reputation and hitches up with a rich man as his kept woman . Rahul also loves a girl ( played by Malvika Gaikwad ) who loves him back but her father ( played by Mahesh Manjrekar ) does not approve of the relationship because Rahul's life is in constant danger and his daughter could become a widow if she marries him . All this causes great grief to Rahul and vexes him greatly .

What gives him greater grief is the appointment in Pune of a new police officer played by Upendra Limaye . The new officer incites rival gangs against each other and coolly watches as they kill each other . In the end Rahul realises his mistake in taking up the wrong path and wants to confess and surrender to the police . But it is too late as a boy with a past grievance against him who had joined his gang and won Rahul's trust kills him at point blank range .

The movie is full of violence and is not for the family crowd . But for those with a yen for violence it is a veritable minefield yielding rich rewards . The highlight of the film is hard hitting dialogues and sharp exchanges of words in true action film style . Acting , cinematography , background music and songs are okay .

Verdict---Decent .

Three stars out of five .
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Old December 14th, 2018, 05:25 AM
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Re: Ashdoc's movie review---Mulshi pattern

Movie is Marathi movie , something I forgot to tell in my review .
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Old December 14th, 2018, 07:58 AM
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Re: Ashdoc's movie review---Mulshi pattern

Looks like another Congress Leftie Movie.
long back, we were heading to a water resort in outskirts of Hyderabad and passed through a village which was full of Scorpios, likely bought from selling the agricultural land. Everyone was envying the luck of the villagers.
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Looks like another Congress Leftie Movie.
long back, we were heading to a water resort in outskirts of Hyderabad and passed through a village which was full of Scorpios, likely bought from selling the agricultural land. Everyone was envying the luck of the villagers.
I mean, it must be a real pain to look for a political agenda in every movie or entertainment show and not just enjoy it for what it is.
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Thats why watch painless non sense movies from David Dhawan. Or my old favorite Dharam Paaji movies in search of elusive 'Kamine main tera Khoon pee jaaoonga'.

BTW, i didnt have to enjoy all 3 hours for my conclusion. Just read the first para of this review and stopped after that.
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Thats why watch painless non sense movies from David Dhawan. Or my old favorite Dharam Paaji movies in search of elusive 'Kamine main tera Khoon pee jaaoonga'.

BTW, i didnt have to enjoy all 3 hours for my conclusion. Just read the first para of this review and stopped after that.
The movie is only 3 hours? It might take me longer to read the review.
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The movie is only 3 hours? It might take me longer to read the review.
But you don't have to go to a theatre. That is the point.
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Re: Ashdoc's movie review---Mulshi pattern

Ashdukhe pai ,do the fight scenes compare to those of Telugu movies Movie sounds good... but if fight scenes not like Telugu movies then what phayda
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Anyways... have you seen "Tumbbad" Please do... would like to see your take on it. I have seen it and I give it a full 4.999888777666 out of 5. Excellent movie... a simple folklore turned into a full-fledged horror movie with a darkish hue to the whole movie. Really well made and thoroughly enjoyable
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Ashdukhe pai ,do the fight scenes compare to those of Telugu movies Movie sounds good... but if fight scenes not like Telugu movies then what phayda
the fight scenes are somewhat more realistic than those of telgu movies .
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Anyways... have you seen "Tumbbad" Please do... would like to see your take on it. I have seen it and I give it a full 4.999888777666 out of 5. Excellent movie... a simple folklore turned into a full-fledged horror movie with a darkish hue to the whole movie. Really well made and thoroughly enjoyable
due to some reason i had to leave the theatre at interval . but i did not like what i saw . whole proceedings are in dark rainy atmosphere with hardly any sunlight . something about buried treasure and some goddess and her curse in a village in konkan region of maharashtra---though it is not a marathi but hindi movie .
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I liked Tumbaad. Good movie. Better than 2.0 kinda crap.
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Yes, dark and rainy throughout the movie... but that is the highlight of the movie. The gloomy atmosphere sort of explains the gloomy foreboding characters and enhance the delightful story. The story-telling is first-class and the ending satisfies sitting through the entire movie.
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