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Mai Complete Movie Review

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Movie Name :  
Movie Cast :  
Asha Bhosle, Padmini Kolhapure, Shivani Joshi, Ram Kapoor, Navin Kaushik, Anupam Kher
Movie Director :  
Mahesh Kodiyal
Music Director :  
Nitin Shankar
Rating :  
2.5 / 5

Mai movie reviewSubhash (Ram Kapoor) is really a journalist living a content existence together with his wife Madhu (Padmini Kolhapure) and daughter. When Madhu’s brother Prashant (Naveen Kaushik) informs her that he's moving towards the U.S. States carrying out a job offer and cannot take along their ailing mother Mai (Asha Bhosle), Madhu concurs to support her, much to Subhash's displeasure.

To complicate matters, Mai is struggling with Alzheimer’s, which inconveniences everybody in the household as all need to go from their methods to be extra patient while being careful of her. Furthermore, it's found that Prashant never went abroad, which worsens Subhash’s ire because he thinks Prashant is dumping their own problems on their own heads.

What goes on next? Does Mai obtain the love and support of her family? To discover, watch the film...

Thinking about the film is Asha Bhosle’s acting debut, the legendary singer does a good job and her ‘sweet grandmother’ act is certain to bring a lump for your throat. Ram Kapoor, who made his bones around the small screen, does a good job because the family mind, who's battling to be prepared for the new responsibility of being careful of his mother-in-law. Padmini Kolhapure as Madhu is passable enough. The relaxation from the cast, especially Marathi stars Kshitee Jog and Anand Ingale, give a genuine performance.

Although the film has certain shades of Baghban, it should be stated that director Mahesh Kodiyal has obtained points if this involves his story and figures. Unlike films of the identical genre, which explore the problems of aged parents as well as their unsupportive family people, Mai doesn't have criminals or wicked vamps as a result.

Where similarly, you may frown in disapproval at Subhash’s irritation so far as Mai is worried, also, he does seem a essentially decent individual along with a good father, who needs time to work to be prepared for the accessory for the household. Furthermore, Mai’s mental condition that is taxing for individuals being careful of her enables you to understand the plight of Subhash and Madhu, due to which, it's difficult to consider Subhash a ‘bad guy’. The director has certainly made certain the story honestly explores the issue all angles.

Simply put, Mai is really a film to appear with the family...

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