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Marudhar is a boy from a small town, who considers him low. He thinks that he is fit for nothing. As he develops such an attitude, it makes him feel embarrassed. Two of his friends know that he had been unnecessarily thinking low about him, but he is better than what he thinks. Marudhar’s mother is dead and his father is a womanizer and interested in watching porn films. Marudhar’s father wants to get his son married. As per his father’s suggestion Marudhar meets a girl, who is his father’s friend’s daughter. She loves to have a beauty parlor on her own and speaks about it too. Marudhar likes her and gets married. A situation forces him to divorce his wife. But, another situation makes him change his idea. What did he do? Did he get out from his inferiority complex? Watch the film to know the rest.
Kunaal did his best and played it naturally. Tara Alisha Berry played a decent role and the rest of the stars seem to have given out some exaggeration performance.
The direction is a fulcrum of the film and that is not proper in the film. The director didn’t utilize the actors well and almost all of the supporting actors seem to have been over-reacted. The dialogues are unimpressive. Some of the scenes are designed to suit the 80s and 90s movies. A song in the sangeet is at its worst and the BGM and the cinematography are okayish.
What’s Not There?
Marudhar Express didn’t have a good screenplay and effective narration. With the over actions and weak dialogues, the film gives the audiences, a tedious watch.
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