Shahanpan Dega Deva New Marathi Movie 2011
Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi Movie review, following the official release of one of the new upcoming Marathi Movies in 2011, has created a good impression in general. The new Marathi cinema Shahanpan Dega Deva can more or less be called a big budget film and at the same time it takes pride in an excellent storyline as well as some very good star cast. The release date of Shahanpan Dega Deva was 21st January 2011, all over the state of Maharashtra, and especially in Mumbai it has met with a good reception among the viewers. Here we have given the complete film review of Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi movie, including various details such as the cast of Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi movie, Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi film actors and so on.
Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi Movie 2011 Cast and Crew
Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi Film Review Story Plot
The story of Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi Movie is very much heart touching and we must praise the directors for preferring to make a film on such a sensitive but necessary issue. The Shahanpan Dega Deva movie plot is based on the subject of mental disorder. Various personality disorders, that compromise the main theme of Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi movie, have been skilfully portrayed here. In the midst of a complete mess up, people will adopt other people's identity, forgetting everything about his own. Thus, in this movie, Bharat Jadhav will think himself to be a doctor, Ankush will identify himself as super stars, Sanjay will think himself to be a cricketer and so on. But the funniest part is when the Fu-Bai-Fu winner Vaibhav Mangle presume the identity of God and Siddharth will be His Messenger. Mahesh Manjrekar is here the doctor, treating all these patients.
However, it looks like that the plot of Shahanpan Dega Deva Marathi Movie have been influenced by a number of sources. The first thing that will come to our mind is William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. To some extent it also resembles The Changeling by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, more so when we see so many lunatics revealing sinister truths of identity disorder underneath the apparent comedy and banter. Even in recent times there have been a number of plays and movies on this theme, and we can remember the famous Bengali film Subarnagolak (1981) on almost the same theme of toggled identities.
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