Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar Review by Audience Response
A social message driven comedy entertainer is coming to hit the theaters. The movie has lot to talk about the forts which are left behind in our country. That is what it will talk just by taking the example of a fort in Maharashtra. There is much to see in this movie along with some politics.
Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar is a Marathi language drama film which is directed by Hemant Dhome. It stars Jitendra Joshi, Aniket Vishwasrao and Akshay Tanksale in lead roles. The Movie is scheduled for release on 3 February 2017 and released on a great stance. The music is composed by Amitraj.
Settled at the foothills of a fort is a quaint village Kharbujewaadi. This village is a land of many a ‘Mavla’ who served Shivaji Maharaj with great valour. The courage, grit and sacrifice that this village had to offer, played a major role in King Shivaji’s fight for ‘Hindavi Swarajya’ But… those were the days…
Today, Kharbujewadi is much developed modern town. Their eternal loyalty to the great Maratha king Shivaji, forever on exhibit, the village is strewn with shops named: Shivaji Vada Pav Centre, Jijamatata Saree Corner, Sambhaji Pan Shop, Tanaji Medicals etc.
Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar, is the film putting the entire debate about the giant Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj statue being erected in the Arabian Sea into perspective. It addresses the issue of the conservation of Shivaji’s forts in Maharashtra versus the statue to commemorate the warrior. The title track of the film in online now. Called ‘The Promise’, it highlights some very pressing issues with regards to the current condition of forts in the state.