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Premachi Goshta (2013)

Not Rated | | Romance | 1 February 2013 (India)
A man and a woman, both in strained marriages, become acquainted during their visits to the Marriage Counselor. The man employs the woman later, and they both become emotionally involved. The story is about how they break from their past.

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Satish Rajwade

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Satish Rajwade
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Credited cast:
Arun Bhadsavle Arun Bhadsavle
Nilima Bhurke Nilima Bhurke
Bharat Chaturvedi Bharat Chaturvedi
Ashkay Darekar Ashkay Darekar
Sagarika Ghatge ... Sonal
Rohini Hattangadi ... Ram's mother
Atul Kulkarni ... Ram Subramanyam
Naresh Nalawade Naresh Nalawade
Ajay Purkar Ajay Purkar ... Samit
Satish Rajwade ... Swaraj
Milind Safai Milind Safai
Sulekha Talvalkar Sulekha Talvalkar ... Ragini
Meera Welankar Meera Welankar ... Meera
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The story of the film is of two strangers, Ram (Atul Kulkarni) and Sonal (Sagarika Ghatge), who meet at the marriage counselor's office, start talking with each other and get to know each other. Ram is in the office trying to maintain his marriage with Ragini, who is an aspiring actress. Ram believes that she would return to him. Whereas Sonal has lost all faith in marriage and is here to get divorced from Samit. They both meet again in very strange situation. Sonal was trying to get a job and come to Ram's office without knowing that she'll be interviewed by Ram himself. Eventually Sonal gets a job as ram's associate. Sonal develops feelings for Ram. but Ram, the man with values, still hopes that his wife will return. After reading Ram's story about Love, Sonal suggests Ram that he should tell his story to producers because anybody would fall in Love after reading his story. He does that and eventually he gets the offer from a producer because producer likes the story very much. Just... Written by Swapnil B. Bagul

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Marathi

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Definitely Worth It -- Understated, Lovely Film
21 January 2015 | by BollyReviewSee all my reviews

Premachi Goshta is a 2013 Marathi romance film starring Atul Kulkarni and Sagarika Ghatge.

As soon as I read the plot of this film on wikipedia and the reference to A Midsummer Night's Deam, I knew I had to see it. And I'm happy to say that the film did not disappoint. The story is about Ram (Atul) and Sonal (Sagarika) who meet accidentally at the marriage counselor's office as they are both divorcing from their respective partners. They have a short discussion there about their viewpoints on marriage which are exactly the opposite. Ram believes that separation is not a solution to problems and that even if people separate, love will remain. Sonal believes that marriage is a terrible institution and should be avoided completely. Chance has them meet once more when Sonal goes to apply for a job and sees Ram having chai in front of that office. The rest of the story is about how these two slowly fall in love and struggle to understand their emotions and express them.

The most wonderful part about this film is that the characters are fantastic. Both characters were so well developed that it's as though the writer knew each and every thought and emotion occurring to them. The chemistry between Ram and Sonal, their discussions, their knowing glances are truly delightful to watch. There is also the fact that films and stories are like a character in the film. When Ram and Sonal are unable to understand their emotions, they do so through the stories they write and the characters in those stories are synonymous with them. The film is not really inspired from A Midsummer Night's Dream but the characters are writing a love story that is similar to Shakespeare's play and hence it's mentioned a few times.

Although the second half seemed to drag just a bit, I truly enjoyed this film. It's easy-going and the characters seem so familiar. The casting for this film is just perfect. Atul Kulkarni literally speaks with his eyes. He has this surprised and lovesick look sometimes that makes the quiet moments and glances in the film deep and emotional. You all know Sagarika right, the girl from Chak De India? The one that reminds us of Kareena Kapoor? She is just fantastic in this film. She performed very naturally and was very impressive.

I highly recommend this film for lovers of the romance genre. I really like the way compatibility and love was portrayed in this film. I also like that it's about separated/divorced people falling in love as most romance films don't take this as a topic. Do catch it when you have the chance.


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