The pace of the cinema is slow; But this speed is enough to convey the pains and joys of emotions, relationships. It also shows the conflict between the three generations, the ideological differences and the common thread between them. Rivers and Human Culture; The relationship between them is timeless. Human civilization took root, grew and became ubiquitous along the banks of major rivers. But, over time, human invasion has led to the plight of the riverbed itself and we are seeing it with our naked eyes. The cinema easily comments on this in the course of the story.
The Deshmukh family living by the river is the landlord. The family is running on the rent money coming from the shops they own along the river. Nishi does the job of collecting rent. But, Nishichi is interfering in this work. As a result, his temperament has become irritable. His relationship with his family members is multifaceted. Getting out of this mess; The flow of ‘Nishi’ towards Shraddha is in the movie. Interestingly, the writer-director has not tried to ‘spoon-feed’ the audience anywhere in the movie. The audience should take the meaning that emerges, understands and understands. There is a danger with such movies; Viewers who come to watch the movie expecting general entertainment may find the movie boring. But, if the audience consciously tries to match the movie and its characters by holding back within themselves; You will love this.
In terms of presentation, every character has done an amazing job. Especially Jitendra Joshi while playing the role of Nishi has reflected the suffering and longing in his performance. He has drawn various layers of emotions on the screen at that time. On the other hand, Gauri Nalavde has played her small role very passionately. Especially her performance in a scene in Nishi’s room and the document scene in the second half is commendable. Sanjay Mone, Vikram Gokhale, Mohit Takalkar maintained such a distinct mannerism; Each character is highlighted differently. Priyadarshan Jadhav’s work is also right. The task of giving a unified feeling and flowing tone to the entire movie is A. V. Composed by Prafullachandra’s music. Background music and film songs complement the screenplay. The intensity of the plot is enhanced by the music. An incredible view of Nashik city, Godakath also takes place in the filming of the movie. Jitendra’s words ‘Khal Khal Goda…’ and Rahul Deshpande’s voice keep flowing like a stream in our mind.
Produced by: Jio Studios, Jitendra Joshi, Mithali Joshi, Pawan Malu, Nikhil Mahajan, Jyoti Deshpande
Directed by: Nikhil Mahajan
Written by: Prajakt Deshmukh, Nikhil Mahajan
Cast: Jitendra Joshi, Sanjay Mone, Neena Kulkarni, Vikram Gokhale, Gauri Nalavde, Sania Bhandare
Cinematography : Shamin Kulkarni
Compilation : Hrishikesh Petve
Grade: Three and a half