What do u get when you put together 3 brilliant marathi actors and give a Desi Tadka of oldie Chalti ka naam gaadi? Simple…! This makes a new massala movie in marathi. A few years back Mahesh Kothare tried such a Tadka in his “Dhumdhadaka’ which was based on ‘Pyar Kiye jaa’, and marathi movie industry rejuvenated. Else marathi film was stucked in a wicked savkar(money lander)/ jamindar(landowner) and sasurvashin/ saas bahu type, so called ‘bechari bahu’ , and overflowing buckets of tears with sobbing women coming out of the cinema halls. It was Mahesh Kothare (Dhumdhadaka) and Sachin Pilgaonkar’s (Navari mile navryala) efforts, which really dragged marathi film out of such stuff.
When one started speaking about marathi films 2types of reflex actions suddenly blown on - one is with twisting faces ‘We don’t like to watch marathi films’, and another one with a deep sigh ‘Gone those golden days of marathi films’!!
History repeated and aapale Sachit Patil and Ankush Chaudhary along with Zee talkies and Anubhuti Arts entered in film production with ‘Saade Maade Teen’. Na!! It’s not a remake or replica, but it’s a metamorphosis of the same theme bloomed in the marathi mati. Ofcourse, inspired from ‘Chalti ka nam Gadi’ one of Kishor Kumar’s debut film, the film is a rib-tickling comedy set against the backdrop of Garage, filled with ‘Ek ladki bhigi…’ type ‘barasat’ ka gana or may be ‘panch rupaiyya’ type, leading to hilarious situations!
While this film promises to be potential blockbuster this year, it also makes the launch of Zee Talkies brand.
The story is of 3 brothers- the family head ‘Dada’ (Ashok Saraf) and his 2 brothers Madan (Makarand Anaspure) and Chandan (Bharat Jadhav), running their Kurale garage. The younger duo never dares to go against dada’s wish. Dada is a character who hates female because of his first crush. A gal (Sukanya Kulkarni) betrayed him after a marriage proposal.
Obviously, when 2 gals enters in the life of the younger ones, the chaos evoked, and both caught in dilemma of the threat of Dada and emotional attachments. Here enters the Villain to create obstacle between the life of our dupe Chandan, and opulent Madhura. Now guess who help this couple? So after removing all the barricades, the smashing end of the film...
Sachit and Ankush played a safe game. Well, half battle was already won by casting these trios, and afterwards director didn’t allow Makarand and Bharat to rove from the basic storyline. Even they haven’t added their famous accent shown in other films and used them tactfully as never seen before.
A little but most important thing, if they could use the Ashok saraf’s caliber more effectively, as the role offered to him is less challengeable as compare to his capacity, the film would be definitely full 2 dhamal!!!
Else nothing to say about their fantastic tuning, understanding, and coordination. Instead our wise audience won’t accept such a dupe characters. Needless to say Minor mistake like winning applause by repeating same dialogue excusable!!
Dialogues by Sanjay Mone satisfy you. Well, its not a burst of laughter in fact the film doesn’t need it, but more sharp dialogues would keep the film at great height surely.
The directors have taken some kind of support of farcical comedy. The climax fighting comes in the form of farce. Of course no one expects smashing de danadan fighting as it is not an action film, but still…..missing something in this shot only. Otherwise the film takes you from smiling to chuckling and then giggling. Overall a fresh comedy!!!
by Nayana © MMW