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कच्चा लिंबू - must watch (A) Directed by: Prasad Oak / Year: 2017


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Just to all know this film has an ‘A’ certificate., so that justifies why certain audiences should stay away from this film, having said that it still doesn’t disqualify as a family movie. Yes it’s one mighty impactful experience that breaks almost all borders of boldness that were present in our film, but not for the sake of it! It justifies by telling us what exactly lies beyond the boldness, & that is something essentially humane. Yes the variety of subjects that Marathi cinema has dealt with in the past decade or so is definitely commendable, but that the proficiency & craftsmanship that is necessary to make good films on these subjects hasn’t been seen in Marathi. There have been exceptions & Prasad Oak’s directorial debut this film is certainly a very ‘special’ exception. Straight from the decision of casting Ravi Jadhav as ‘Mohan Katdare’ & keeping the major part of the film black & white, Prasad Oak has hit a six! The film is based on a novel by legendary Marathi writer Jaywant Dalvi. Dalvi also wrote a play based on the same novel. The play that was staged on commercial stage of Marathi theatre! The point is that back then ‘Commercial Marathi Theatre’ was so much ahead of other popular things happening in performing arts in India! Mohan Katdare (Ravi Jadhav) & Sheila Katdare (Sonali Kulkarni) are parents to a special child ‘Bachhu’ (played masterfully by Manmeet Pem). They both work in opposite day & night shifts & hence they hardly have any time together. Sheila’s boss Mr. Pandit (played by the Man in Form Sachin Khedekar) is considerate about Sheila when he comes to know about her child. Mohan’s colleague ‘Venkat’ who lost his young child (Anant Mahadevan, another interesting casting decision) has a fondness for ‘Bachhu’. This is it, this is the world of this film. Pretty much confined as the world of Mohan & Sheila. Straight from the decision of casting Ravi Jadhav as ‘Mohan Katdare’ & keeping the major part of the film black & white, Prasad Oak has hit a six! The film is based on a novel by legendary Marathi writer Jaywant Dalvi. Dalvi also wrote a play based on the same novel. The play that was staged on commercial stage of Marathi theatre! The point is that back then ‘Commercial Marathi Theatre’ was so much ahead of other popular things happening in performing arts in India! Mohan Katdare (Ravi Jadhav) & Sheila Katdare (Sonali Kulkarni) are parents to a special child ‘Bachhu’ (played masterfully by Manmeet Pem). They both work in opposite day & night shifts & hence they hardly have any time together. Sheila’s boss Mr. Pandit (played by the Man in Form Sachin Khedekar) is considerate about Sheila when he comes to know about her child. Mohan’s colleague ‘Venkat’ who lost his young child (Anant Mahadevan, another interesting casting decision) has a fondness for ‘Bachhu’. This is it, this is the world of this film. Pretty much confined as the world of Mohan & Sheila. The original novel by Jaywant Dalvi deserves at least 50% of the credit for this film. It also makes a point that Marathi filmmakers should keep exploring Marathi literature through this medium. The film has a different ending than the novel/play & is brilliantly justified. There are instances, especially in the second half where we keep acknowledging Prasad Oak’s braveness to actually include certain scenes & that with too with immaculate use of symbolism. Along with Prasad screenwriter Chinmay Mandlekar too deserves a mention for keeping the whole journey so to the point & specific.

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