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Debutante Dilip Arya is striking as a Dacoit in TAANASHAH

Debutante Dilip Arya is striking as a Dacoit in TAANASHAH

Feb 8, 2020

TAANASHAH – Rating 3.5 stars

This week see the release of a dacoit film which has already been critically acclaimed at several International Film Festivals. Once in a while comes a film on the dacoits like Mera Gaon Mera Desh, Sholay and the recently Gangs of Wasseypur. TAANASHAH promises to enter this elite list of Bollywood films on the dacoits.

Dilip Arya plays the protagonist Shiva whose father and sister are killed by the village Thakur, hence to avenge their death, Shiva kills the Thakur’s clan which leads to the police gunning for him. In his journey hiding from the cops, he comes in touch with a gang of dacoits.

Taanashah is loosely based on the life events of famous bandit Shiv Kumar Patel or Dadua. Shiv ruled the jungles of Bundelkhand uninterrupted for 28 and more years and by the time he was killed by STF in 2007, he had control over 14 MLA seats and he virtually decided who would rule UP next. The dreaded outlaw had evolved a powerful ecosystem with innumerable beneficiaries and no one dared go against him.

The dacoit Shiva is also revered by the village folk as he is like a village Robinhood. In the process, the local politician needs the dacoit’s help to win the election.

Then begins the game of betrayal and a web of politics and backstabbing.

Shot in real locations in Chitrakoot in UP, Mukesh Srivastava has written and produced this film that portrays the actual hinterland of India. Even today weapons are easily available in these places and one small mistake could erupt into rivarly in these ravines.

Astounding performance by Dilip Arya and the other cast. Each of the characters are perfectly selected, while the protagonist Daddu overshadows the film which has an earthy portrayals of the hinterlands of India.

Vinod Kumar’s Film Love In College Gives A Great Message Against Drugs

Film Review: Film “Love in College”

Producer Vinod Kumar

Director: Vishan Yadav

Artists: Sapan Krishna, Priya Gupta, Kiran Kumar, Mushtaq Khan, Ahsaan Qureshi, Anil Yadav, Danish Rana, Mitali Shah, Ankit Raghav, Abhishek Dixit, Kajal Tiwari, Arpeeta Thakur, Ramesh Goyal

Rating: 4 stars

This week’s release, producer Vinod Kumar and director Vishan Yadav’s film “Love in College” is an eye-opening film for youth, especially college going boys and girls as well as their parents. The film made under the banner of RV Series Motion Pictures, shows the growing trend of drugs in college and its bad effects on youth. Dialogues from the film “Love in College” is the essence of its story. One of the dialogues says “We give the status of the temple to the school college, but some people have made it a den of drugs.” This is a bitter truth of today’s society, which is effectively introduced in the film.

Performance and chemistry of lead pair Sapan Krishna and Priya Gupta is another highlight of the film. Actors like Ahsaan Qureshi, Kiran Kumar and Mushtaq Khan have delivered impactful performances.

Songs of the film have also become very popular. Singers like Shaan, Sushmita Yadav and Sparsh Rathore have lent their voice to the soulful tracks in the film, which has been released by Zee Music Company. The film is released by distributor Shamshad Pathan under his banner SK Enterprises.

 

The writer of this film is Ahmadhasan Siddiqui and Music is composed by Vinod Kumar, Rajesh Ghayal and Shyam Soni and arranged by Arabinda Neog. Songs are choreographed by Narendra Chauhan and Sarfaraz Khan.

In the film’s nail biting climax, Kiran Kumar has an inspiring dialogue “The way parents leave their children in school, parents should also go visit colleges to see in which environment their children are studying.”

Its a must watch for today’s youth as well as the older generation.

Rating: 4 stars