Title: Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar
Release Date: 3rd February, 2017.
Banner: Everest Entertainment & Ganraj Productions Presentation
Writer & Director: Hemant Dhome
Producer: Gopal Taiwade Patil, Vaishnavi Jadhav & Sanjay Chhabria
Staring: Jitendra Joshi, Aniket Vishwasrao, Akshay Tanksale
Director of Photography: Milind Jog
Executive Producer: Nitin Prakash Vaidya
Lyrics: Kshitij Patwardhan
Background Score: Troy-Arif
Sound Design: Pramod Chandorkar, Pranam Pansare
Art Director: Prashant Bidkar
Costume Stylist: Kalyani Kulkarni Gugle
Make Up: Sunil Navale
Choreographer: Sujit Kumar
DI Lab: Prime Focus
VFX: Loading Pixels
Visual Promotions: Trigger Happy
Campaign Design: Marching Ants
Marketing Manager: Ankita Sarmokaddam
Finance Controller: Ganesh Choudhary
Associate Director: Prathamesh Kadam
Line Producer (London): Ashwani Chopra
Social Media: Be Birbal
Distributor- Eros International Worldwide.
What comes to your mind? After reading the title “Baghtos kay mujhra kar”, the first question rises up, is to whom the maker wants us to salute. Am I right? Yes I am, the label is quite query creating in all aspects.
Evidently, following the posters and trailers, it’s “Chatrapati Shivaji Raje”. The subject, of the fort of “ Shivaji Maharaj” and the efforts of bringing it back to life, by three tigers of “Satara” Nanasaheb (Jitu Joshi), Panda (Aniket Vishwasrao) & Shiva (Akshay Tanksale) isn’t the only motive of them all, but a personal one of each men.
The story falls in place, with a lead by Nanasaheb, who is obsessed with “Chatrapati”, and the desire to ornate the historical monument in Satara all planned with a blueprint in mind of developing the villages lining around the heritage of Maharashtra, but he isn’t as selfless as we think! Nanasaheb is the “Sarpanch”, of the village with an aspiration of stepping up, on being an MLA, clearing why he is so focused on the resurrection of the fort. And dreams like these isn’t much of a child’s play to see, taking place. To fulfill such ideas everybody needs a companion for support and execution of plan, and Nanasaheb isn’t any different from us, structuring the same with “Panda”, considering his main man, with a goal to become the “Sarpanch”, of the village one day and “Shiva”, who has a wish to marry the girl he loves, with a twist of her being the sister of the villain in the film, none other than “Hemant Dhome” as Samrat Patil, the man behind the conception of the film, direction and screeplay. The twist isn’t over yet, because Nanasaheb would grab all your attention, performing actions illogical to sit on the MLA chair, even going to London, with Panda and Shiva, in hopes of meeting the “Queen of England”, to make his dreams come true.
The script of the film isn’t that appealing with nonsensical plots to top it up with, but a powerful message to make us realize how the heritage has been damaged, and it’s a continual struggle of sustaining the same. The objective of “Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar”, the movie has a streak of compassion and passion concurrently for the state we live in “Maharashtra”, making you a proud Marathi, amplifying your voice boxes by saying “Jai Shivaji Maharaj”. This film makes you realize how important these historical monuments are, to the existence of all of us, leaving a print to act before damaging the same.
A token of appreciation for the team of “Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar” released on 3rd February 2017, for putting a cinema of subject ignored and compliments to the writer “Hemant Dhome”, for conceiving an idea substantial.
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