Name of the film: Bandh Nylon Che
Date of Release: January 29, 2016
Producer: Suji Nair & Sunil Nair
Director: Jatin Wagle
DOP: Shirish Desai
Artistes: Subodh Bhave, Mahesh Manjrekar, Medha manjrekar, Shruti Marathe, Sanjay Narvekar, Sunil Barve and Pranjal Parab
In the recent past, we have experienced Marathi cinema with some good quality content. The new release Bandh Nylon Che also gives an idea about its good content through its title itself, indicating about the changing relationship within a family.
In today’s tech savvy age, man has become like an Engine. And an engine neither has any thinking process, nor can it express any emotions. It just works on whatever technology has been provided to it. One such ambitious youngster, Subodh Bhave returns from USA and plans to develop a smart city in place of a village. He doesn’t even find time for his wife, Shruti Marathe and eight year old daughter, Pranjal Parab. The little daughter is however fond of her grandparents, Mahesh & Medha Manjrekar, who live in a village in Konkan. To make his daughter happy, the father brings home Robots resembling his parents and they make his little daughter happy, offering her love and affection.
In today’s busy lifestyle, people have forgotten about humanity. He is not even aware of it. But that doesn’t mean that you bring automatic machines to the rescue. It is necessary for every person to find time for himself and his family. And this film has succeeded in delivering this social message. Producers Suji, Sunil Nair and director Jatin Wagle deserve a pat on their backs for their fabulous work and for attempting such a different topic. They have made a sincere effort to present this difficult subject. Fine performances of all the artistes is also a plus point for this film. Both Mahesh and Medha Manjrekar have portrayed the Grand parents and their Robots very convincingly. Subodh Bhave has also portrayed the young busy and over ambitious businessman neglecting his family very well. Shruti Marathe looks glamorous, as she too is impressive in few emotional scenes. Little Pranjal Parab is really good, while Sanjay Narvekar, as the friend of villagers, steals the show in all those scenes he is a part of.
The writers of the film, Ambar Hadap, Jatin Wagle and Ganesh Pandit have helmed the script very well making this one of the reasons for the film’s wonderful execution.The film has a few brilliant songs, the rhythm of which is pretty catchy. The promotions of the film were well done and we hope everyone likes the film as much as we did!
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