Dhappa Marathi Movie Review
Movie Name:- Dhappa (2019)
Movie Cast:- Akash Kamble, Sunil Barve, Girish Kulkarni, Shrikant Yadav, Umesh Jagtap, Sharavi Kulkarni, Akshay Yadav, Iravati Harshe, Sharv Vadhavekar, Shrihari Abhyankar, Dipali Borkar, Abhijit Shinde, Neel Deshpande, Vrushali Kulkarni, Jyoti Subhash & Chandrakant Kale.
Director By:- Nipun Dharmadhikari
Writer:- Girish Kulkarni
Release Date:- February 01,2019
Dhappa Movie Review:-
The story of the movie ‘Dhappa’ is based on the drama of children’s play of Ganeshotsav in a society. The children of this society are playing plays with the help of Anuradha Deodhar alias Anu Mawashi (Vrushali Kulkarni). It is decided to run the plants to make the environment aware of the environment through human evolution and environment.This play consists of fairy, Tukaram, Jesus Christ.
However, as a play based on Jesus, the activists of a political leader are practicing the children, going to the place where the security forces are beaten and they destroy the things made by the children. Not only this, Ganeshotsav should have only Ganapati, they should leave the Jesus Christ, not to come, and threat to children and Anu. After this, they should decide not to play the play, so that the residents of the society should not break the peace. That is why children are degraded.
However, the children decide not to do this in the Ganesh festival without parents’ knowledge. Whether the play was in the society or not, or if the goondas try to defame this play again, they have to watch the movie.
Although the film is a commentary on the children of a society, it keeps everyone from small to large. Through a variety of characters from a small play, you can create awareness of things that are happening around your time and need for time. No one can deprive anyone of your freedom of expression, this is the message from the child’s movie. The art talent in the film is underlined.
Not only this, the personality of this society reminds people around you. The tragedy and funeral memories of your childhood are highlighted by the children’s cemetery. Besides, there is a smile on your face. It is best illustrated by how political individuals are trying to make their terror in general by small people. Not only this, many issues have been highlighted in the Ganesh festival, which does not include the mention of Jesus, but the dancers run away.
Director Nipun Dharmadhikari has presented serious topics in a light blubber film. All the children in this film have done a great acting and they have enjoyed the support of Vrishali Kulkarni, Irawati Hershey, Sunil Barve, Girish Kulkarni, Shrikant Yadav, Umesh Jagtap, Jyoti Subhash and Chandrakant Kale.