Dhappa (Marathi) Movie Review
Cast: Akash Kamble, Sharavi Kulkarni, Akshay Yadav, Sharv Vadhavekar, Shrihari Abhyankar, Dipali Borkar, Abhijit Shinde, Neel Deshpande, Vrushali Kulkarni, Iravati Harshe, Sunil Barve, Girish Kulkarni, Shrikant Yadav, Umesh Jagtap, Jyoti Subhash and Chandrakant Kale.
Executive: Nipun Dharmadhikari
Essayist: Girish Kulkarni
Brisk Perspective: On Paper ‘Dhappa’ may seem like a dull message-driven film. While actually too the film has an indispensable message to give, yet past that, it has constructed its own little world so delightfully and energetically that we are all through snared with its sweetness that keeps going longer even after the film is finished.
Nipun Dharmadhikari the chief of the movie, whose originally discharged movie was ‘Baapjanma’ really made his introduction as a movie executive with ‘Dhappa’. He has been coordinating plays for a long time and that experience must have positively formed even the movie executive in him. The explanation behind pointing out the majority of this is the way that the entire group of kids in this movie is so astonishingly coordinated! None of the children ever seem counterfeit on camera notwithstanding for a minute! Indeed, even the grown-up fame on-screen characters in the film are working at an alternate wavelength here than their typical exhibitions, a wavelength which coordinates the tone of the film which doesn’t have faith in any limits!
As said before the movie succeeds for the most part in light of it’s the world, which is so straightforwardly associated with this present reality and yet it is far off from it. As it were, it supposes a bit insightfully while managing genuine clashes! This methodology is the thing that separates this film from movies that could be comparative in structure.
In ‘Baapjanma’ there was a noteworthy succession of a diminishing elderly person catching minutes from his child and little girl living in his home through furtively fitted concealed cameras. Here you see somebody recording the little minutes that happen when youngsters and their instructor set up a play and perform before their settlement. The fact of the matter is that Nipun’s interest with catching life in an unassumingly unpolished yet close way is obvious! There’s something so emphatically unartistic about it in a non-self-absorbed way that makes us call it ‘oversimplified’!
Girish Kulkarni’s composing is additionally entirely unexpected from different movies delivered under the pennant of ‘Arbhaat’. Commonly Girish Kulkarni and Umesh Kulkarni’s movies can be somewhat unavailable to the general groups of onlookers. ‘Dhappa’ isn’t that film! It would engage differed gatherings of people in a similarly compelling way!
At long last, last yet not the least the message! The message doesn’t separate itself like the ‘moral’ of the story is effectively isolated from a youngsters’ story. The film can’t occur without the message being underlined and that characterizes how it is basically the film itself! I would prescribe you watch the film for it! Be that as it may, yes I could state the message is amazingly convenient when contemplated our present social and political circumstance.
What Comes up short?
Nothing truly flops in ‘Dhappa’ however either deliberately or unknowingly the structure of the film is like ‘Chillar Gathering’. In any case, at that point one can say even Chillar Gathering’s structure wasn’t totally unique.
Last Decision: ‘Dhappa‘ won a national honor for the best film on ‘National Combination’ an esteem that has been marginally on the secondary lounge in our general public and in our standard movies! For rediscovering that by itself, ‘Dhappa’ is an unquestionable requirement watch!