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हाफ तिकीट - Must watch Directed by: Samit Kakkad / Year: 2016


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A story of the ‘Have Nots’ struggling to survive in a world of ‘Haves’. This film is upcoming Marathi film directed by Samit Kakkad and produced by Video Palace. The film is the story of two slum boy brothers and their absolute focus to get what they cannot dare dream of. It is an official remake of the Award Winning Tamil film Kaaka Muttai Produced by Dhanush.Any good children’s film has to be a good film at a fundamental level and you can’t discount the quality just because the story revolves around kids, or because the target audience is younger. Last year’s National Award-winner for the Best Children’s Film, Kaaka Muttai (meaning crow’s egg) is an excellent example of this. The film now makes an appearance in Marathi as This film, a strong remake directed by Samit Kakkad.One of the best things about This film is its narrative, which appears to be simple and uplifting, even when the film is layered and talks about many things like the cost of happiness, socio-economic diversity, flipside of globalization and the deep rooted corruption in our social fabric. On the surface though, it’s a straightforward adventure of two brothers. The elder brother (More) is an introvert with a lot of attitude, and the younger one (Potdar) is just a happy-go-lucky child with big dreams and complete faith in his brother’s capability. The relationship between the two characters, along with the onscreen chemistry of the actors portraying them, is the cornerstone of the entire film. The brothers stay in a Mumbai slum with their mother (Bose Kamat) and grandmother (Naik). The man of the house is in jail for some reason and the entire household suffers because of it. The family has no money for school and the brothers pick up the coal on railway tracks and sell it for next to nothing. They see the wealthy side of Mumbai and can’t help but feel frustrated. To even the scales for just one moment, they decide to buy pizza in a newly opened franchise. They work for it and are rewarded with the money but the social taboo stops them from reaching their goal. A simple wish becomes a battle of principles and the young heroes decide to fight till the bitter end. This film scores on every major aspect of the film. The script more or less remains in line with the original but the adaptation gets the tone perfectly. Mumbai’s already split rags and riches identity helps in getting the message through. There is no attempt to glamorize the film to add a commercial value or simplify the issues to be more audience friendly. Much of it is the stark reality we see around us. The film just holds a mirror. It’s difficult to work with children and the director has managed to get excellent performances from Shubham More and Vinayak Potdar as the brothers. The supporting cast is slightly uneven but Priyanka Bose Kamat as the mother and Usha Naik as the grandmother are very good. The combination of Sanjay Memane’s cinematography and actual Mumbai locations works very well to get the texture the film needs. This film is like a fable, which ends on a positive note, but gives us a lot to think about. I believe the film has a repeat viewing value due to its rich content, and the film should reveal more after each viewing. Lastly, don’t limit its potential by considering it a children’s film. If it moves you, it’s for you.

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