Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior review
Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan, Kajol, Sharad Kelkar, Luke Kenny
Ajay Devgn, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar
Ajay Devgn starrer Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior has been released in cinemas. The film is based on the life of Tanaji Malusare who was a military leader in the army of Chatrapati Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire in 17th century India. Here is Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior review which might help you to watch it.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior Review
Story of the movie:
It is the 17th century when Mughal emperor Aurangzeb (Luke Kenny) is ruling the northern parts of India from the banks of Yamuna. He aspires to expand his empire down South by defeating the Marathas, who are determined to bring back Swarajya under the leadership of Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Sharad Kelkar). Aurangzeb, the shrewd Mughal emperor also known by his regal name Alamgir, sets a Rajput General, Mirza Raje Jai Singh, against the Marathas. To save his people and his kingdom, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Sharad Kelkar) surrenders 23 of his forts, including the Fort of Kondhana, under the treaty of Purandar. The Fort of Kondhana has a strategic importance through which Aurangzeb wants to rule the southern part of India. Four years after capturing the fort, the Mughal emperor sends his Rajput fortkeeper Udaybhan Singh Rathod (Saif Ali Khan) with a special cannon, named Naagin, which has the calibre to destroy an entire fort. The Marathas plan a muhim (campaign) to recapture the Fort of Kondhana and are led by Tanaji Malusare (Ajay Devgn) in this struggle. What happened next, for this you have to watch the film.
Ajay Devgn has delivered a brilliant performance in the film. Saif Ali Khan was outstanding in his role. Sharad Kelkar as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj fits in his role. While, Kajol and Luke Kenny have done justice to their roles.
The film’s music is good. Songs like Ghamand Kar is already hit among the audience.
The film’s direction is good. Om Raut has penned a brilliant screenplay. The climax is outstanding. The cinematography by Keiko Nakahara is awesome.
Watch Or Not: