Tanhaji  Movie Review

Average Ratings:3.22/5
Score: 87% Positive
Reviews Counted:11
Positive:7
Neutral:3
Negative:1

Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site: News18


It must also be said that Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior speaks directly to our hyper-nationalistic climate. The history is dubious, the politics problematic. It feeds into what seems to have become Bollywood’s preferred stereotype of the enemy: all savage, brutal, ruthless ‘outsiders’.If you can look beyond that, you’ll appreciate the robust filmmaking, the visceral battle scenes, and a delicious performance by an actor who’s seldom got his due. For some that will be enough. I’m going with three out of five for Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior.

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Ratings:.4/5 Review By: Taran Adarsh Site: Twitter


Drama, emotions, conflict, action, VFX, #Tanhaji is an enthralling experience… Electrifying climax… Top notch direction… #Ajay, #Kajol, #Saif in super form… Get ready for 2020’s first ₹ 100 cr+ film


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Ratings:.— Review By: Anupama Chopra Site: Filmcompanion

For makers who are struggling with how to revive centuries-old stories for a millennial audience, I have good news. Writer-director Om Raut, co-writer Prakash Kapadia and leading man and co-producer Ajay Devgn seemed to have cracked the formula – Tanhaji, based on the life of Shivaji Maharaj’s lieutenant, is an action movie rolled into an Amar Chitra Katha comic.Tanhaji succeeds in pushing your buttons but there is no getting away from its problematic ideology. In one scene, when a Mughal general is killed, Om immediately moves the camera to temple bells ringing loudly as though the gods themselves were applauding. This film is apparently the first in a series that celebrates the unsung heroes of India. I hope the ones that follow offer more inclusivity.


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Ratings:.2.5/5 Review By: Saibal Site: NDTV


On the positive side, for a swords-and-spears costume drama, Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is pretty crisp. The performances breathe some life into the proceedings when the show threatens to turn overly stuffy. While Devgn and Khan deliver some neat blows on the way to the final face-off, the supporting cast members, notably Sharad Kelkar as Shivaji, Luke Kenny as Aurangzeb and, of course, Kajol, give a great account of themselves. Watch Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior for its surface gloss: one attribute that the film has no dearth of.


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Ratings:.2/5 Review By: Shubhra Site: Indian Express


There’s a lot of thunderous speechifying combined with thundering hooves, as befits an epic which toplines a historical figure who was chiefly a warrior. The opening credits tell us that eminent historians were consultants for this resurrection of the hitherto ‘unsung’ Tanhaji, to give him his rightful place in the pantheon of Maratha braves.With this caveat out of the way, the film is free to pile up the songs and dances and non-stop action sequences, always circling back to heavy dialogues about the sanctity of the ‘bhagwa dhwaj’ and ‘desh prem’, just in case we are in danger of forgetting the kind of film we are watching.

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Ratings:.4/5 Review By: Sreepana Site: Times Of India 


Director Om Raut shows a flair for storytelling in his debut Hindi movie. He maintains a firm grip on the film and balances the emotions and drama with tact.’Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’ scores on various counts — superior performances, powerful action, visual impact, and most of all, it unfolds a story from the pages of history that deserved to be told, with just this kind of intensity, passion and vigour.


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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Vinamra Site: Midday


The canvas of those films may have been richer in colour and texture, but there’s a lot of thrill to be had in Tanhaji too. The climactic battle between Devgn and Khan, and the sequence that precedes it stand out. This isn’t a perfect film, drags its feet at certain places, but coming from the bland battle of Panipat just a month ago, this clash between the Marathas and the Mughals would any day be a better option!


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Ratings:.3/5 Review By: Aishwarya Site: DNA


Though you feel that the film is marching towards a happy ending, no you will have a jaw-dropping moment in the climax. This film shouldn’t have a happy ending because acid attacks continue in this country and the fight wouldn’t stop until they don’t. Verdict: Watch it for the beautiful and gut-wrenching combination of Deepika and Meghna


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Ratings:.4/5 Review By: Hungama Site:BollywoodHungama


Prakash Kapadia and Om Raut’s story is excellent and well-researched. It talks about a landmark moment in India’s history and at the same time, it has enough entertainment and drama. Prakash Kapadia and Om Raut’s screenplay does justice to the plot in hand. The script is peppered with dramatic and massy moments that keep the interest going.On the whole, TANHAJI: THE UNSUNG WARRIOR is an entertaining and a paisa-vasool film that would be loved by the masses as well as classes. At the box office, it can run riot in Maharashtra and other mass centres and could turn out to be the first Rs. 100 crore grosser of 2020. Highly Recommended!


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Ratings:.4/5 Review By: Hungama Site:BollywoodHungama


Prakash Kapadia and Om Raut’s story is excellent and well-researched. It talks about a landmark moment in India’s history and at the same time, it has enough entertainment and drama. Prakash Kapadia and Om Raut’s screenplay does justice to the plot in hand. The script is peppered with dramatic and massy moments that keep the interest going.On the whole, TANHAJI: THE UNSUNG WARRIOR is an entertaining and a paisa-vasool film that would be loved by the masses as well as classes. At the box office, it can run riot in Maharashtra and other mass centres and could turn out to be the first Rs. 100 crore grosser of 2020. Highly Recommended!


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Tanhaji Story


At the end of the 17th century, Mughal emperor Rangaseeb declared the strategic hill fort of Kandana as a Mughal bastion in South India, from which he planned to extend the Mughal Empire to South India. However, the Maratha Emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj ordered his general Tanaji Malusare to seize Kandana at any cost to protect South India from the Mughal invasion, while the Mughal emperor sent his loyal commander, Uday Bhane, to defend the fort, thus leading to war between the two. Armies for the control of the fort. The war is known as the Sinhagad War, the destiny of South India.


TANHAJI RELEASE DATE:

Jan 10, 2020 ( India)


TANHAJI CAST:

Ajay Devgn as Tanaji Malusare
Saif Ali Khan as Udaybhan Singh Rathod
Kajol as Savitribai Malusare
Sharad Kelkar as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj
Luke Kenny as Aurangzeb


Director

Om Raut

Producer:

Ajay Devgn
Bhushan Kumar
Krishan Kumar


Run Time: 2 hours

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