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Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior – Ajay Devgn delivered his career’s best performance in his 100th film
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior will definitely remain one of the best films of the year. From drama to action, thrill, and emotion— the film has everything to offer.
Taanaji is a historical drama based on Subedar Taanaji Malusare (Ajay Devgn), the military leader in the army of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Sharad Kelkar), who lost his life in the battle at Fort of Sinhagad. The film is set in the late 17th century.
The story starts with the childhood of Tanaji when he is trained to be a Maratha Soldier by his own father, then comes the point in his life where he leads the Maratha attack to win back the lost Fort Kondhana from the Mughals. wherein the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb (Luke Kenny) declares Kondhana (now known as Sinhagad) as the capital of southern India, he sends his most trusted man UdayBhan (Saif Ali Khan) to guard Kondhana.
On the other hand, we shift to the region of the Marathas, where king Chhatrapati Shivaji sends his most trusted and clever man Tanaji Malusare to capture Kondhana at any cost. What follows after is the battle between the mind and the might. Who wins between the two? Watch the movie to find out
by Ajay Devgan, Kajol, and Saif Ali Khan. Ajay Devgn plays Tanhaji effortlessly and sells the character without much problem. Sharad Kelkar is amazing as Shivaji Maharaj. His pose and grandeur in portraying the most famous of the Marathas are both royal and commanding.
Good conflict is only as good as the villain. Saif is brilliant as Udaybhan Rathod and he stole the show. Every single one of his actions, mannerisms is just a treat to watch. He overshadows and overpowers Ajay Devgn’s performance and that is by design. Without a threatening and overpowering villain, what will the heroes strive against?
The direction of Om Raut has delivered a masterpiece. As soon as the film starts, there’s not even one moment where the audience begins to feel bore. as the film keeps you on the edge of the seat all throughout. He maintains a firm grip on the film and balances the emotions and drama with tact. Om Raut keeps the audience absolutely hooked to their seats throughout the 131 minutes that follow. And he has done justice to each character. 3D Visuals are good. In 3D, Tanhaji seems like a spectacle. At this point, it’s the best technology that could achieve.
Go for it, and celebrate the bravery of epic Maratha warrior, Tanhaji Malusare and witness one of the best cinematic climaxes ever.
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Original title Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior