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Jeevala sparshun gheleli ek vilakshan Prem Kahani mhanjech Kaksparsh (meaning ‘Kaksparh’..A Stunning Love Story that Touches your Life’. ) A soul stirring saga that takes you on an emotional ride of love, trust and sacrifice. Kaksparsh is about Willingness to sacrifice anything and everything for your faith in Love..for your trust in Love (something that one would only do it for his/her alter-ego).
This story takes place in a small village of Maharashtra during the pre - independence era, and hence, has been shot on authentic locations. The traditional ancestral house, costumes, language, props, customs and traditions used in this film are engaging yet in-sync with the story, thus adding charm to the whole experience.
Music and background scores which seems to have been inspired from traditional and folk music, are soothing. Songs such as Janma Baicha (which literally means ‘Birth of a Woman’) where the women of the house come together to celebrate girl’s transition to womanhood (after she experiences her first cycle) and Ughawala Narayan (Sunrise) while applying cow-dung onto the floor of a house, are beautiful examples of the culturally rich Traditions of India. Fewer songs have been sung without any help of the instruments, yet they are fabulously serenading.
Real stars of the film are its Characters that are beautifully played by Sachin Khedekar, Sanjay Khapre, Ketaki Mategaonkar (actress from Shala), Vaibhav Mangle, Priya Bapat, Abhijit Kelkar, Saksham Kulkarni and others. Haridada, (Sachin Khedekar) head of the Damle family, gets his younger brother Mahadev (Abhijit Kelkar) married to a very young and pretty girl Durga (After -marriage name Uma - played by Ketaki Mategaonkar) who hasn’t reached Puberty yet. Tragedy strikes barely a few months later, as young Mahadev dies the very night they were to finally consummate their wedding. Haridada, who is assumed to be concerned about Uma, opposes all the baseless norms and rituals of the society which are stipulated for a widow… one being shaving off her head. These concerns and reliance brings Haridada and Uma close to one another. When Haridada’s wife passes away, everybody is expecting him to marry Uma. ( Priya Bapat, who plays the grown up Uma) But for some strange reasons, Haridada refuses to do so and stops talking to Uma completely. The rest of the film is about resolving queries that have been clogging audience’s mind.
A MUST WATCH film that’s close to Perfection.
Definitely a strong contender for National Awards.
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