Ti Saddhya Kaay Karte? – Been there…. Seen that !

ti-sadhya-kay-karte-trailerIn Cricket, when a batsman doesn’t show any foot movement yet produces a boundary, commentators often use the term ‘Stand & Deliver’. The flamboyance is not needed; what matters is the end result. Highly efficient ones can save their energy and score runs with minimalist efforts. A profitable deal !

The latest Marathi movie ‘Ti Saddhya Kay Karte’ is one such productive creation. Popular director Satish Rajwade is back with light hearted tale and he delivers the point well in groove.

Of late, Marathi silver screen has seen multiples of teenage love stories. Some are figment of imagination, some inspired from real-life events. The formula is bit worn out. It’s the presentation of same concept that really helps Rajwade enterprise to make it lovable film to watch. The TSKK is told over three life-stages of Anurag & Tanvi – As kids, teenagers and well-settled adults. The narration flows back and forth engulfing viewers every now and then. It makes you nostalgic with the references of childhood pranks, friendship vows and innocent exchanges. What differentiates TSSK from the cult is it’s unusual ending. ‘He’ and ‘She’ do not unite; they continue living their lives happily as before. Writer/Director do not comment or preach about unfulfilled dreams but rather take a very pragmatic take on reality still keeping the flavor of romance intact.

Positives

(1) Pace & Plot are buttery :

Satish has placed it just right. Though spread over 20-25 years timespan, he has avoided any kind of drag and redundancy in scenes. Rather events are snapped back a little to create a flowing stream of story. Also, it keeps any surprises, twists and melodrama at bay.

(2) Cogent actors giving justice to roles :

All actors delivered what was expected out of them. Hruditya & Nirmohi were fantastic as little Anurag & Tanvi. Abhinay, son of legendary Laxmikant Berde, has shown some promising talent in his maiden film. Super-Star Ankush Chaudhary has underplayed himself. Tejashree Pradhan coming out of her long exile gave a pleasant portrayal. She is terrific in intensely emotional scenes.

(3) Aarya Ambekar baby-steps in acting arena :

The main reason for me looking forward to this movie was debut of our own Aarya Ambekar. Entire Maharashtra and India is well aware of her singing prowess. (Read my old blogs on her birthday here :The Angel Beat ! and समईच्या शुभ्र कळ्या). Having seen her majestic journey from a girl-next-door to top notch singer, I was curious to see how she fares on big screen. Pretty Aarya was a treat to watch. She has long way to go and will certainly learn more tricks of trade from active veterans in coming projects. In TSKK Aarya did have the pivotal role and weightage from author which she lightened up with sincere efforts. Very nice !

(4) Zee Promotion :

Zee TV and Zee talkies had left no stone unturned to spread the word and take the movie buzz to the last each section of the viewers. Marketing and PR seem to have done brilliant job in maintaining the curiosity, gloss and offering while promoting the film.

Shortcomings

(1) Shadow of TV Daily Soaps :

For some reason, the script has constructed few scenes alike daily serials. With a generous run-time of 2 hours 7 minutes, Satish had ample opportunities to forge more cinematic elements. He, however, chose to undertone it. Interactions among characters could have been more trivial and animated.

(2) Music failed to create magic :

Unlike Rajwade’s ‘Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai’ or ‘Premachi Goshta’, the TSKK could not derive monumental support from vocals and background music. The songs were hummed but none of it became memorable enough to be associated with film permanently. Apart from ‘something’ – sung exceptionally well both by Aarya and Vidit Patankar – other numbers are just fine.

(3) No conclusion :

Ultimate destination is unclear. While Protagonists take solace in treading their own lives, it’s somewhat confusing for audience to understand the emotional turmoil caused at first place. TSKK shies away from delivering a punch that was present in Rajwade’s earlier movies. Perhaps he wants to leave it to the audience imagination and interpretation.

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Overall,

Sweet & neat lovestory swung in different dimensions of relationship. With unusual climax, TSKK can be considered as honest & tidy depiction. A one-time watch to pay tribute to hard-work put in by all.

Three starts out of five from me !

— Vikrant Deshmukh, Pune

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