Project Marathwada (2016)Review |Can Farmer’s get Justice ?

posterWritten & Directed by : Bhavin Wadia
Produced by : Prakash Patel , Jigna Patel, Jay Prakash Patel
Co-produced by : Niraj Patel, Parful Patel, Sandip Patil, Sadiva Khan, Bhavin Wadia & Eagle Eye Entertainment.W
DOP : Archit Patel,
Background Music Sanjoy Chowdhary.
Cast : Om Puri, Dilip Tahil, Govind Namdev, Seema Biswas, Farrah Kedar, Caroll, Kunal Seth , Rahul Patel.
Review By : Priyanka Raina

Talking about movies on Farmer’s Suicide which is always an major Issue, as Farmers are the Back bone of our Country. If they will not sow crops, what we may intake & Sad that Farmers who sow crops for us , Do not even get two times meal. Instead their lands are too occupied by Governments.

Our Story Project Marathwada deals on such issue – A Farmer TUKARAM (Om Puri) based in small village Nanded who is looking for Compensation from Govt because they had captured his land. As a Result , He lands to Mumbai to fight alone and meets with an accident by  car Driving by  FOUR STUDENTS. They are actually BMM students and got project on Farmer’s Suicide from college.

Media Hype begins when TUKARAM tries to burns himself infront of Mantralya and how these children deal with Media with their footage’s. And obvious when MEDIA comes in power , Truth ofcoarse cannot be hidden – Well that’s Our story “Will TUKARAM get justice or will he remain Sad and return”

Politician Govind Namdev , Builder Dilip Tahil , Wife Seema Biswas and hood t=in their small Roles & Did full justice to it.

Review : Can Give Three Stars to the Film – One for powerful & Convincing message on Farmer’s Suicide, One for maintaining the loop through out and last but not not least One to Entire Cast for thrilling performance .

Rating : ★★ ★ Stars

PROJECT MARATHWADA Releases on 3rd June 2016 all over in Cinemas

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Once upon a Time in Bihar (2015) Review | Typical Bihari

Directed by :     Nitin chandra
Music By :     Ashutosh Singh
Cast :     Aasish Vidyarthi, Arti Puri, Kranti, Prakash Jha, Ajay kumar, Deepak singh
Review By : Priyanka Raina

Once Upon Time in Bihar PosterONCE UPON A TIME IN BIHAR has an okayish story and an okayish execution. The film kind of justifies crime which is totally uncool. If that wasn’t enough, it also becomes preachy at times. It’s not completely unwatchable but it fails to leave any sort of impact.
Story: Rajiv Kumar (Kranti Prakash Jha) is an IAS aspirant who’s currently teaching in his Bihar village to make ends meet. He also wants to get his ‘manglik’ sister married. Seema (Arti Purni) is his girlfriend and support system. He meets Shankar Pandey (Deepak Singh) who has the right qualifications but is asked to pay a hefty bribe to get a government job. After all attempts fail and desperation creeps in, Rajiv and Shankar, along with aide Javed (Ajay Kumar) decide to turn ”idealist” kidnapers. They won’t kidnap children, women or aged people. Things take an ugly turn from here.

The film takes a lot of time to reach to the central point of them turning criminals. Probably director Nitin Chandra was trying to establish the characters and their struggles. In the second half, it improves tremendously in terms of its pacing but leaves you nonchalant overall. You don’t feel for any of the characters. The mini twist in the second half is deftly done.

Acting :The performances are pretty decent. Kranti Prakash Jha is first rate. Deepak Singh is natural. Arti Puri acts well. Ashish Vidyarthi doesn’t have much scope.

Last Word : ONCE UPON A TIME IN BIHAR justifies Crime which is totally uncool. In Short , movie can be watchable by few single screens, even there own state would not watch film.

Rating: ★★

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The Movie Releases in Cinemas on 30th Oct 2015