Starcast: Ajay Devgan, Saif Ali Khan, Kajol, Sharad Kelkar, Neha Sharma, Padmavati Rao
Director: Om Raut
Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes
new Delhi : Om Raut 'Tanaji: The Unsung Hero' (Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior) With the step in Bollywood film direction, he has proved that he can make a good period film. Om Raut has worked closely on each scene of the film. This film has been successful in showing the valor of Marathas. Of course, many times historical films, especially war films, become cumbersome and boring, but you will not feel like seeing Tanaji. After many days Saif Ali Khan Appearing in such a great role. Or rather he is registering his strong entry on the big screen after a long time. This is nothing less than a 'victory' for him.
Such is the story of the film
The film is a story of the glory and glory of Maratha warrior Tanaji Malusare, in which Marathas are shown the pride of life. Aurangzeb is making a strategy to spread its glory over the whole of India. This battle is recorded in the name of the battle of Sinhagad in history. Shivaji Maharaj (Sharad Kelkar )'s brave warrior subedar Tanaji Malsure (Ajay Devgan) is busy preparing for his son's wedding with his wife Savitribai (Kajol). Shivaji wants to get back the Kondhana Fort. Although Shivaji Maharaj does not want to send Tanaji into battle, busy with wedding preparations, but when Tanaji realizes that trouble has hit the Maratha Empire, he sets out to stop Udaybhan Rathore wearing saffron. Udaybhan is also no less than Tanaji in Jabanji, but the barbarism is filled with coddling in it. How Tanaji fights this battle is shown in the film. Udaybhan is a Rajput, but he fights against the Marathas on behalf of Aurangzeb. This film is a story of Tanaji's bravery, truth and patriotism.
Feature of the film
The battle scenes have been designed keeping in mind the raiding tactics of the Marathas, which look quite interesting. The walls and valleys as shown on the screen are also capable. Its battle scenes look more powerful with 3D effects.
How is acting
Ajay Devgan is fit as a warrior. For the Marathas, people will also like the emotion of eradication of death. Kajol has received few scenes, but she has acted well as many as there are. From Udaybhan's Getup to Acting, Saif Ali Khan has looked great. It would not be wrong to say that if there is a good script, then anything can be made better by Saif. Sharad Kelkar is also good in the character of Shivaji.
In the presence of composers like Sachet-tradition, Ajay-Atul and Shankar Ahsan Loy, songs like 'Shankara Re Shankara', 'My Bhavani' and 'Ghamand Kar' are a good match with the story and scenes of the film.