In such a situation, Shivaji (Sharad Kelkar) has to call his most trusted warrior Tanhaji Malusare (Ajay Devgan) from his son’s wedding, and now he has to face a very stubborn and critical Mughal warlord Udaybhan Rathore (Saif Ali Khan) Will be from.
This happened to be the original story of the film but what makes Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior special is its amazing action sequences. The film begins when some Maratha soldiers attack atop a hill. This entire sequence is a milestone in the history of visual effects in Hindi cinema. Before this kind of technical perfection was not achieved in any film. Tanhaji has taken the dream very close to reality by films like Ra.One and Robot. It is possible that the scenes of Tanhaji remind you of Hollywood movies like 300.
Although there is still more to be done to make VFX better, but Tanhaji has started the exercise to reach the dreams. Another thing worth seeing in Tanaji is Saif Ali Khan’s great performance. After a long time, he has come back as a villain and how much he has redeemed this opportunity. Not only has he maintained his stature in front of Tanhaji but has also impressed with his diversity and ability to take risks.
Director Tan Raut has also taken Creative Liberty in Tanhaji, and history students may be unhappy with this, but the film’s background music, camera work and stunt scenes are so amazing that their arbitrary ease does not come into notice.
Tanhaji also brings out Ajay Devgan’s vision. Whether ‘Raju Chacha’ or ‘U Me and Hum’ or ‘Shivaay’, he has always shown experimentality. This time, in the case of VFX in Tanhaji, he does not take any care.
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This 134-minute film will make you very happy and if you are fond of seeing something new in Hindi, then there is no reason to not watch Tanhaji. Tanhaji gets 3.5 stars out of 5 from my side.
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