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Marjaavaan Review: 'If I kill, I will die, I will be afraid of being born again ...', 'Both the temple and the mosque will meet, will pass through the street of this country ...' You will find similar dialogues throughout the film, but If you do not get it, then it is a good script. Yes, if after watching the trailer of 'Marjawan' you have gone to see the movie thinking that you will get to see a great story, then you may be disappointed. The film also features action, emotions, dialogues, romance and dance, but director Milap Jhaveri failed to live up to the expectations of the audience. The old clichéd love story is served with just one new title. However, Ritesh Deshmukh has been judged with his role and he has been cast in the role of a dwarf.


The story of the film begins with the interview scenes of Raghu (Siddharth Malhotra) and Zoya (Tara Sutaria). Yes, Raghu is shooting his girlfriend Zoya in this scene. This then shows a flashback from 6 months ago. People are afraid of Narayan Anna (Nasr), who runs a water supply business in Mumbai. He raised Raghu from the gutter and raised him up. That is why Raghu pays his debt. He eliminates any hindrance in Anna's work, but Anna's son Vishnu (Ritesh Deshmukh) does not like him. Being a dwarf, he always stays in the same frustration that his father loves Raghu more than him. The film also stars Ravi Kishan, who plays the police officer and persuades Raghu to testify against Anna and her son.

Meanwhile, Raghu's life involves Zoya (Tara Sutaria), but something happens that Raghu has to kill his girlfriend himself. Why does he do this? What happens to Raghu after this? Why does Raghu say that he will not take revenge but will take action? To know the answer to all these questions, you have to go to the theatre.


Milap Jhaveri, who directed a film like 'Satyamev Jayate', failed to live up to the expectations this time. The same old love story and villain are shown on screen, shown decades ago. Watching the movie, it seems that all the shooting has been done at the same location, which makes it boring. Many scenes have been forced into the cycle of showing Hindu-Muslim unity. The film is quite predictable. You already know what will happen in the film, but how it will happen, that's all to see. Despite having many emotional scenes, you will not be able to associate yourself with characters due to lack of direction. Great artists like Siddharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh could not have grown more. At the time of the interview, once it will feel like the movie is over, but will have to watch the second half as well.


Talking about acting, Ritesh Deshmukh played the role of a dwarf in a film for the first time and he has also done full justice. Whenever he appeared on the screen, his actions forced him to clap. Siddharth Malhotra looked average. It can also be said that his acting faded in front of Ritesh. Tara Sutaria did a fine job. Rakul Preet Singh could not impress much.


'Marjawan' is loaded with dialogues. From the beginning till the end you will get only dialogues. Ritesh's dialogues are 'know ... what is the height of kamnespan .. 3 feet' and 'I am not a monster, I am an avatar'. Most of the characters have spoken more in Sher-o-Shayari. However, the same thing disappoints you too, because sometimes too many film dialogues will irritate you.


The songs of the film are quite good. Tanishq Bagchi, Meat Bros and Payal Dev have given music. 'Tum hi aana' and 'little place' is quite an emotional song. 'Kinna Sona', 'Ek To Kame Zindagani' and 'Haiya Ho' will also sound good.

Film loopholes

The biggest drawback of the film is its clichéd story, which will make you bored. Do not expect climax at all. The film is quite predictable. Artists could be shown on screen much better. 'Marjawan' does not connect the audience.

Why watch the movie

If you are a fan of Ritesh Deshmukh, Siddharth Malhotra, Tara Sutaria and Rakul Preet Singh, then only you can watch this movie.

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