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मांजा - सायकॉलॉजिकल थ्रिलर!! Directed by: Jatin Wagle / Year: 2018


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As far as psychological thrillers go, Jatin Wagle’s this film is a solid entry. Though we have seen elements of this genre in many films, rarely do we get a dose as concentrated as this. Sadly, this film peters out in the final 15 minutes reducing the impact by several notches; but it’s impressive up until this point. An edgy thriller set in the real world, the film has the capacity to have every parent worried about the things they do not know about their children. The first half of this film is genuinely unsettling and near brilliant. It talks about Jaydeep (Phalke), who has recently moved to Lonavala with his mother Samidha (Bhave). Samidha’s friends and employers Veena (Tanksale) and Saurabh (Kapoor) are helping them settle in, helping with Jaydeep’s admission to a good school, and giving them a place of accommodation. Jaydeep quickly becomes friends with his charismatic classmate, Vicky (Mudgalkar). Vicky helps him in everything he can and becomes an irreplaceable part of Jaydeep’s life. For a while there, things seem too good to be true. As it turns out, they are. What works for this film is it never seems too far removed from reality. Although it does feature a conventionally psychotic character, it blends with the things we see every day around us. Everything that happens lies within a realm of possibility. The most effective trick here is to suggest, than to show. Although two disturbing sequences on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway come close to showing what might happen, than what actually does. Sumedh Mudgalkar as Vicky is effectively menacing and Rohit Phalke plays Jaydeep without dumbing down the character or overplaying his role. Much of the film’s impact rests on the chemistry between these two actors. Both the young actors are looking at the bright future in film industry, but the trick for Sumedh would be to remain versatile, and try to avoid versions of cold calculative Vicky. The character of Ashwini Bhave as Samidha is equally important, but seems artificial at times. Her acting style doesn’t seem consistent with the other two leads and feels old school. There are few surprises post intermission and the film follows a more conventional pattern. It works fine until we arrive at the actual climax which not only rushes things up, but also undermines the intelligence of one of the smartest characters in the film, threatening to reduce the impact of everything that precedes it. The only good thing here is that characters remain true to their core tendencies. So, even when the so-called final twist seems superficial, one can choose to ignore it in favour of the rest of the film. this film proves that the now infamous CBFC, the Central Board of Film Certification, can be successfully manipulated, if one keeps the obvious out and plays with the implied. This will be one trick every filmmaker will need to learn eventually, if things continue the way they are.

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