SonyLIV Bhonsle Movie Review : A strong film by Manoj Bajpayee

Marathi vs North Indian A few years ago, this issue was echoed from Parliament to the street, but this topic has remained almost untouched by cinema. In Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Malal, it was touched only cursorily. This film by Manoj Bajpayee deals with this issue in a realistic and adventurous manner. The story of Bhonsle is of Migrant Versus Local.

SonyLIV Bhonsle Movie Story

The story of the film starts on the eve of Ganesh Chaturthi and the story ends with the immersion of Ganapati. The story of the film is told in these 11 days. At the beginning of the story, Ganapati’s idol is being given a finishing touch, while Bhonsle (Manoj Bajpayee) is on his last day in his police job. He has nothing to do with anyone.

SonyLIV Bhonsle Movie Trailer

SonyLIV Bhonsle Movie Review

Talking about acting, it is the USP of this film. Manoj Bajpayee’s name is enough and he has been the best as ever. He has expressed the pain and anger within the character through silence. Santhosh Juvekar’s acting is also perfected. I have to praise Ipshita, she has captured the nuances of her character. Whether it is a language or adopting body language. Virat Vaibhav’s acting is also good.

The cinematography of the film is excellent, which highlights the heart of every character and scene. The background music of the film makes the story effective. This realistic film by Manoj Bajpayee should be seen in total.
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