In fact, death is not the end of life. In fact, death is the beginning of life and birth is the beginning of death. We know that in some countries when the sun rises; At the same time, in some countries, the sun goes down. That is why life and death have an intimate relationship. Writer Ramesh Dighe and director Vivek Dubey have celebrated this birth and death festival in the movie ‘Funeral’. There is no point in being born without death. Light is important because it is dark. Some people don’t even think about what happens after death. The movie ‘Funeral’ portrays such characters.

The theme of cinema is all-encompassing and all around us. It was as if we were standing in the middle of a movie. Cinema shows us our own mirror to the society, teaching us to live happily ever after. What is special is that he feels his mind and intellect as he does not create events by dragging and pulling in movies. The audience becomes one with the cinema due to the factual characters, their verbal dialogues, relevant atmosphere etc. This is the first film written by director Ramesh and director Vivek. However, he has made movies with great enthusiasm and in a studious manner. He has struck the right balance between the art and technical aspects of cinema. The writer and the director have kept the uniqueness of each character. This is a story in a straight line; There is no such thing. But, the heart touching scene of light but important events stands before us on the occasion of this movie. Despite the occasional events, they fit snugly into the setting of the movie. The incident of meeting the hero-heroine (Meenal, Hira) in the story, their confession of love etc. are stubbornly sown in the story. The quarrels of friends, and the breaking point of the hero could have been even stronger.

The original story of the movie is about Hira (Aaroh Welankar) and his friends. Surya (Harshad Shinde), Vinod (Parth Ghatge), Sada (Siddhesh Pujare) and Hira. These job-seeking boys are somewhat active in local politics. Although active, it does not earn a single rupee. But kids are ambitious. For some reason, a woman asks him for help with her father’s funeral. This help is not financial. Someone should match what is needed for the funeral; For this, the woman asks the children for a helping hand. The children also help the woman as a human being without any feeling of reciprocity. However, the woman pays a few bucks for the help. Initially, Hira refuses to accept the offer. But the children keep the money for themselves. It is at this juncture that they come up with a trick and this is the business of ‘funeral management’; For this, their struggle begins.

How could the story be complete without difficulties on the way to their unique business! As a result, Hiracha’s grandfather (Vijay Kenkare) and other chalakari congregations in Chali discourage the children from doing this business. Will you pay for the funeral? This is the question that the children ask. To date, there are organizations working on ‘funeral management’. This is the thread of today’s need that appears in cinema. What happened to the unique diamond business? Do the tricksters approve of it? How does society view this? By doing this business, does Hira get only financial benefit or also peace of mind? You will find relevant answers in movies.

Cinematic dialogues and screenplays are the strengths of cinema. The director has underlined the uniqueness of each character. Then there are the four friends, Hira’s grandfather, More’s grandmother (Prema Sakhardande) from Chali, hospital staff Kachru (Sambhaji Bhagat) and Hira’s girlfriend Meenal (Tanvi Barve). All the artists have done a great job. Aaroh Welankar is a strong actor. They have not been given such opportunities. But, seeing his work in this movie, the director will definitely think of climbing for more and more good roles. The ‘crow’ in the movie is very important. Hira often talks to the crow … take a closer look at his events. It’s funny. The rest of the cinema is elegant and as long as necessary. Exaggeration is not in cinema. No vocal songs. So cinema becomes effective and efficient. This is not a movie in the stream of movies that have been released in recent months. But, it is a movie that gives rest to the audience while walking in this stream. We must take this rest and adopt a new approach to death.

Cinema: Funeral

Producer, Author: Ramesh Dighe

Director: Vivek Dubey

Cast: Aaroh Welankar, Tanvi Barve, Vijay Kenkare, Sambhaji Bhagat

Collection: Nilesh Gawand

Cinematography: Anurag Solanki

Rating: Three stars

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