2018 [HINDI]


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Reviewed by nairtejas 5 / 10

MAMI Review: Bhonsle (5 Stars)

Bhonsle starts with a cinematically brilliant montage of the protagonist Bhonsle's (Manoj Bajpayee) ageing and gradual decay. And the crime drama repeats that cinematic brilliance a couple of times (including a 4-minute climax scene shot on a iPhone) in its 130-minute narrative of the man, an involuntarily retired cop, who is eagerly trying to get back to the service while completely disregarding the world that he lives in. Director Devashish Makhija's character Bhonsle does not speak much because he knows it won't have an affect. However, the slow movement of the plot CAN have a strong effect on your viewing experience, aggravated by the snoring of those who have already been impacted. But, not unless you stay with patience and watch director Makhija pull an Ajji (2017) on you. There's a stark resemblance between his Bhonsle and his Ajji, which also premiered at MAMI (in 2017). And especially towards the climax where the philosophy of an old person resorting to evil. Makhija tries to refer to several issues that has plagued the country - blind faith, racism, caste discrimination, and utter political violence - and those are what makes Bhonsle a socially relevant venture for me. The minute subtexts and symbolic references to these themes make it even more interesting until the protagonist sheds his developed idiosyncratic character and goes haywire just to make the film look punchy. Bhonsle tries not to be a regular Bollywood movie but unfortunately crosses the finish line without even knowing it. If you like Bajpayee and his performance and a setting that describes the "silent despair" of life, Bhonsle will be a better experience for you. Do note the subtexts surrounding the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi and the Marathis vs. Biharis issue in the Indian state of Maharashtra to make the most of it. TN.

(Watched and reviewed at its India premiere at the 20th MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.)

Reviewed by debojyotichakraborty-24116 10 / 10

Hats off Manoj Bajpayee (10* by debojyoti)

Manoj Bajpayee is a living acting school.I am speechless seeing his performance in Bhonsle.movement, body language,stillness,timing, control,facial expression,eye contact, listening, expression of mood,interaction with other performers all are perfect.Hats off.

Reviewed by rishu-70928 10 / 10

A migrant Tale

Bhonsle is a 2018 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Devashish Makhija. The film stars Manoj Bajpayee, who is also the co-producer, in the title role of a retired Mumbai cop who befriends a North Indian girl and her brother, when the local politicians are trying to get rid of the migrants. According to the trailer, it seems to be an engaging plotline. The description reads as, ' In tumultuous Mumbai, at a time when scheming Maharashtrian politicians use violence to get rid of the state of North-Indian migrants, a terminally-ill lone wolf Maharashtrian cop Bhonsale retired against his will, finds himself forging an unlikely companionship with a 23 year old north indian girl and her little brother, the raging conflict destroying the world around them reaches his doorstep, giving him one last battle worth fighting for, but it might just be too late.' Other than this, Bhonsale stars Manoj Bajpayee, Abhishek Banerjee, Santosh Juvekar, Ipshita Chakraborty, Virat Vaibhav and Neetu Pandey in prominent roles. They all look extremely convincing in the movie.

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