Tanhaji Movie Review

Tanhaji Movie Review: Bollywood and its love story with historical heroes have given us many movies in the recent past. While films like Padmaavat and Jodha Akbar made us feel amazed at our great and magnificent history, film experiences like the recent Panipat forced us to question the filmmaker’s motive behind making such films. Ajay Devgn and Kajol Tanhaji’s movie: The Unsung Warrior falls into the second category. Based on the life of the warrior Maratha Tanaji Malusare (stylized as Tanhaji in the movie), who was the Subedar in the army of King Maratha Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Om Raut’s directing film is an exaggerated and slow ode to the great warrior.

  • MOVIE: TANHAJI
  • CAST: Ajay Devgan, Saifali Khan, Kajol
  • DIRECTION: Om Raut
  • TYPE: History, Acton, Drama
  • DURATION: 2:15 HR

At the same time, Saif Ali Khan is giving a tremendous competition to Ajay with his strong performance. In front of Saif, your attention will not go to any other actor. In Udaybhan Rathore’s extremely fierce character, Saif has taken such a life that you will remember him in times to come. Saif’s heartless style and his hungry eyes make him heavy on other actors. The collision between Ajay and Saif is also worth watching. But in this too, Saif can be seen clearly overshadowing. Everything from his dialogue delivery to cynicism is praiseworthy.

Tanhaji Movie Review

Apart from Saif Ali Khan, Kajol and Ajay Devgan, Sharad Kelkar played Shivaji, Luke Kenny, Aurangzeb, Padmavati Rao, Jeeja Bai, Devdatta Nagee Suryaji Malusare, Neha Sharma played Kamal. Apart from these, other supporting cast have also done their work very well and have contributed to improve this film.

The biggest strength of the film is its action sequences. The battle of Marathas and Mughals who landed in the battlefield is worth seeing. The choreography of the action sequence is very powerful and this is what makes the second half of the film interesting. The second half of the film keeps you attached to your seat and the war going on the screen takes home in your mind. much more

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