Review by: Ajay Kulye

Sanjay Leela Bhansali Productions first Marathi movie and Swwapnil Joshi’s genre changing attempt falls short of expectations. The overall plot and premise fail to engage the viewers. The Romantic Thriller woven around a murder mystery is short of twists and turns and follows very boring interrogation and flashback story.

Review by: Ajay Kulye

Zee Talkies, Ajay-Atul and Director Nagraj Manjule’s combination is a recipe for success. You get housefull shows from day 1 as soon as the most awaited movie Sairat hits the theatres. People dance to the Zingaat Song and Cry when the young lead couple is separated and go through the grind.

Review by: Ajay Kulye

If you want to watch larger-than-life hero, fighting with 20 goons with flying cars. A hero who easily mends the torn bond between family members. A hero to fall in love for, then go and watch the typical masala entertainer Vrundavan with your family.

Review by: Ajay Kulye

Kapus Kondyachi Goshta is a simple realistic story of 4 sisters who beat all odds and negativity to succeed in life. The movie is directed by debut director Mrunalini Bhosale, who could not engage the audience due to lack of story-telling.