Kshitij Movie Review – The reality of educational struggle of rural India


Kshitij Movie Review

Movie : Kshitij – A Horizon
Producer : Navroz Prasala
Directer : Manouj Kadaamh
Studio : Media Films Craft Company (U.S.)
Star Cast :Upendra Limaye, Child actress Vaishnavi Tangde, Manoj Joshi, Vidyadhar Joshi, Sanjay Mone, Kanchan Jadhav, Rajkumar Tangde, Child Artist Arnav Mandrupkar and Akansha Pingale.
Story : Prof. Raybhan Davange
Screenplay & Dialogues : Manouj Kadaamh
Music : Shailendra Barve
Lyrics : Guru Thakur
Sound : Rasool Pukutti
Cinematography (DOP) : Yogesh Rajguru
Editor : Neeraj Voraliya
Choreography : Sagar Mhadolkar
Co – Producer : Karishma Mhadolkar
Genre : Social Message
Release Date : December 9, 2016
Review : CityGossiper Team

Star Ratting : 3.5/5

A National Award owner, “Upendra Limaye” starrer film along with “Sanjay Mone, Manoj Joshi; Bappa Joshi,” emphasizing the farmers of Maharashtra, a message that punches with an emotional thought, on the struggles of the farmers and their families, filming the bottom of the chain, arduous mechanism, for life. Making us realize, the phenomena of what we are ignorant about, is something, that can’t be placed out of the vision.
“Kshitij” is an endeavor, to persuade a section, that has averted their senses in the opposite direction of what ostensibly is taking place, but choose not to open an eye on. Marathi film industry has such an epic approach to the watchers, I say, that making individuals shake hands with the story like a recognizable one in disguise, engraving the significance of what it desires to show you.
A narration of a 12 year old girls struggle to continue her education in the face of severe adversity, kneeling you down in deference, releasing on 9th December, 2016. Directed, screenplay, story dialogue by “Manoj Kadam”, story by “Rayban Davage.”

Kshitij Movie Trailer