Director: Om Raut
Cast: Ajay Devgan, Saif Ali Khan, Kajol, Neha Sharma, Luke Kenny
Collection: Rs 75.68 crore
Rating: IMDb – 8.7
Bollywood did it again.
We just witnessed one hell of a movie which people are referring to as a ROAR.
Ajay Devgan has always considered as underrated producer on the lands of Bollywood. From Raju Chacha to Tanhaji and everything in between, he always ends up experimenting. He doesn’t care whether his ideas are going to work; he is just willing to raise the stakes in Bollywood.
Ever since the launch of movies like Ra.One and Robot, new age film makers have become more dedicated towards providing their audience with Hollywood like perfection and cutting edge technology.
In 3D, Tanhaji seems like a perfect combination of Technology and Bollywood drama.
Now, it’s time for us to dig deep into the movie’s story.
Tanhaji Malusare (Ajay Devgan) vows to his father who is dying, that he will get his country out of the hands of Mughal grips, which was ruled by none other than Aurangzeb.
His over compassionate enthusiasm takes him to the battlefield with a cunning Mughal commander Udaybhan Rathore (Saif Ali Khan). It was the time where there was no turning back.
I don’t think I should say much more about the story, because that would be unfair.
VFX is something that made this movie much more interesting. It is one of those Bollywood movies where you’ll get the idea of what this movie is all about. The movie is not in any sorts inclined towards the Marathas, it is more neutral to both characters and their beliefs.
This is one of Saif’s most significant performances he ever put out in front of the audience. In some scenes he adds up humour to the scene, while breaking a menace looking laugh in the sequence.
Tanhaji is all about the clash between two fighters who will do anything to win. There are hardcore dialogues that’ll make you go “damn, that was good”.