The internet has become an integral part in the lives of today’s teenagers and youth. As long as its usage is limited to specific purposes, it is fine; but if it becomes an addiction, it can cause serious problems to an individual. Parents also play an important role in restricting their children from its excessive use. The recently released ‘Online Binline’ throws light on this subject, with an intention of sending across a strong message to growing children and their parents.
The story of the film is set in the backdrop of a college and revolves around three main characters, Sid (Siddharth Chandekar), Ishwar/Idea (Hemant Dhome) and Kimaya (Rutuja Shinde) Siddharth, whose life is centered around the internet, is engrossed with his smart phone applications and feels that he can win the heart of Kimaya only through different techniques learned through it. But, Kimaya is friendly with everyone. Ishwar, who hails from a small district, lives in the same hostel where Siddharth also lives, and both have common friends.
Now, to grow closer to Kimaya, both try their own tricks; but Ishwar is always ahead of Siddharth in this race. When Siddharth fails after trying all his methods through the internet; he becomes frustrated. His parents get worried and consult a psychiatrist, who asks them to keep them to be on the lookout for symptoms of addiction. How the parents grapple with their son's addiction, is what the film portrays to the audience.
Cinematographer-director Kedar Prabhakar Gaikwad has captured some wonderful humor-filled moments through his camera. Hemant Edalabadkar deserves all the credit for capitalizing on the strong screenplay and bringing out the best in it. All the sequences are well-knit to keep the audience engaged from start till the end. Even the music by the group of music directors is thoughtfully composed.
The film scores on account of wonderful performances by the artistes. They are effortless and natural, and show great comic timing. Debutant Rutuja makes a confident entry into Marathi films, through the character of Kimaya. Siddharth has portrayed the internet-obsessed youngster very naturally. But Hemant Dhome finds a lot of scope to showcase his abilities because of the importance of his character. He too, has done proper justice to his role. Good support also comes from Prasad Kamat, Pournima Manohar, Arun Nalawade and a big group of youngsters in the film.
‘Online Binline’ is a good entertaining film and should be welcomed by the young audience.
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