Gopya Movie Review 2017 Is there a shortage of good subjects in the Marathi film industry? We all know that not, but after seeing ‘Gopi’ this is the first question that comes to mind.
Is there a shortage of good subjects in the Marathi film industry? We all know that not, but after seeing ‘Gopi’ this is the first question that comes to mind.
A few years ago ‘Dhag’ had performed well at National Awards, since then there have been attempts to make the young children with very little background big for their parents. Though the trends are fine, the USP of any film is its innovation and none of them can boast about that aspect.
Gopi (Aditya Paithankar) is a crook in the heart. The child alone can spoil the image of his school and he also does this. But the condition of his family behind his work is that his father (Sawant) is a drunken who does not earn much. Gopi’s mother (Juvekar), however, wants her son to complete her education and give her name. But Gopiya is not very interested in the study and his school principal (Sabnis) is against the idea of organizing lessons. But a change of heart ensures that Gopi’s school participate in a sports tournament. This brought a change to show the child his abilities and excellence.
Except some known faces (Sabnis and Juvekar), there is hardly any effort to get involved in the exhibition here. Kamlesh Sawant has been reduced to playing drunken with a small screen presence. Aditya comes in the form of an honest chapel and for the first timer, he is easily in front of the camera. The rest of the artists are reduced by playing stereotypes, which in turn we feel helpless.
Apart from this, building a film in rural setup and focusing on social issues, manufacturers can get a government subsidy, but for the audience, this is the old wine in just one new bottle.