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आपला मानूस Directed by: Satish Rajwade / Year: 2018

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STORY: An old man appears to have fallen off the balcony of his apartment making this an accident. However, Inspector Maruti Nagargoje, a crime branch officer, has different theories about the incident and he tests them on the old man’s son and daughter-in-law. REVIEW: From the word ‘Go’,This film engages you with its pace and suspense. Adapted from the play Katkon Trikon, written by Vivek Bele, the film is more of a dramatic thriller than just an edge-of-the-seat whodunit. The premise is one that many couples would identify with. Aba Gokhale stays with his son Rahul (Raghavan) and daughter-in-law Bhakti (Harshe) in a posh apartment. Theirs is a family far from peaceful, with regular arguments and quarrels erupting between Aba and Bhakti, mostly beginning with Aba blaming Bhakti for the distance between him and Rahul. While Rahul tries to play the negotiator, he prefers not coming in between the two. Things take a nasty turn when Aba falls from the balcony of their apartment and slips into coma. Though Rahul and Bhakti are sure of it being an accident, Inspector Nagargoje (Patekar) is hell bent on proving it as an attempt to suicide and later murder. But only Aba knows the truth behind the fall. Director Satish Rajwade’s handling of the thriller is efficient. The stage inspiration shows in multiple frames but Bele’s story keeps the suspense element intact. The fact that there are no songs in the film helps its flow immensely. One would’ve preferred doing away with the interval as well. The film has a fair share of drawbacks too. Firstly, it leaves some loose ends and unanswered questions. Also, somewhere as it progresses, the story becomes more of a moral drama than a thriller and the climax (which has Ajay Devgn’s cameo) openly professes its bias towards the older generation. A better exploration of the generation gap would’ve been apt. Besides the suspense, it is the performances that make you overlook a few of the drawbacks. Sumeet and Irawati, on the other hand, display a range of emotions, from helplessness to turmoil, through their fine performances. Their contribution, though, is overshadowed by Nana who sails through the performance delivering sarcastic and witty lines and also commands a major part of the running time.'Nana Patekar plays a double role in the film, one that is revealed from the very beginning (& hence not a spoiler!). An exact opposite of Inspector Nagargoje; in terms of the social-economical background, this character of an old man is the subject of the ‘game’ while Nagargoje is the most important player of the game. Now Nana Patekar has smoothly gone under the skin of Inspector Nagargoje; a character he literally owns throughout! But the other character which also has a lot of screen time doesn’t go well with Nana. Imagine Dr. Shreeram Lagoo playing A.K. Hangal but more animated & hysterical. However after some time we get used to Nana’s antics here, also because we never see him constantly in that character. As any regular murder mystery drama that explores different perspectives of the same incident in bits & parts we keep meeting the old Nana alternately. Both Irawati Harshe & Sumeet Raghavan are perfectly casted in their parts & they match (& sometimes even overshadow) Nana throughout. Especially Irawati Harshe who plays an extremely delicate character which could’ve easily been a stereotype, but she makes her human. A modern day woman who doesn’t believe that confronting your elders is a sin. A maths teacher by profession & a Mathematics gold medal winner in her past who brings her theory of ‘Katkon Trikon’ (Right Angled Triangle) as an analogy to explain the relations between her, her husband & her father-in-law. The play was titled ‘Katkon Trikon’ based on this very theory, however ‘This film’ is a more suitable title of the film as it represents the larger film defining theory or philosophy.

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