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41. Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior; movie review

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Cert 12A
131 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong violence, bloody images

Sunday afternoon and we found ourself at Vue Birmingham - with 30 screens, one of the biggest cinema complexes in the country.
Its extensive catalogue of Indian movies meant that we could catch up with Om Raut's high-action period drama Tanhaji which is produced by Ajay Devgn's company and stars him as the title character - the military leader of Emperor Shivaji, founder of the Maratha Empire.
This is Indian movie-making at its most macho and, apparently, its most historically questionable.
Saif Ali Khan plays the ruthless Mughal commander Udaybhan Singh Rathore who leads the campaign to capture a strategic fortress which is vital to the plan of Emperor Aurangzeb (Luke Kenny) to rule the whole of India.
Ah, you cry - but the concept of India didn't exist in the 17th century. Nope, but, hey, let's not let the facts get in the way of a good story.
The Maratha emperor (Sharad Kelkar) is determined to hold off the marauders despite his troops being outnumbered and Devgn's Tanaji holds the banner of right with an iron fist
To be honest he convinced us much less as a military leader than Khan who revelled in his murderous character's mercilessness.
That might be down to an emphasis on his softer side - we even see his family with his son, despite his young age, being prepared for marriage.
Regardless, nobody who is watching Tanaji is bothered about that - they want battles and more battles and there are certainly plenty of them, mixing real-life action and curiously obvious CGI.
Mrs W and I were quite taken by the fighting but were a bit overwhelmed by the avalanche of historic detail which the film throws at the audience in its early stages.
In reading up since watching Raut's movie, I have discovered that much of this is poppycock. Indeed, there has been controversy about the film's content.
That would have prompted me to use an eyes-to-the-sky emoji if only Blogger had one.

Reasons to watch: Action and more action
Reasons to avoid: Very macho

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 6/10

Did you know? The first film about Tanhaji was released in 1933 - Sinhagad, a Marathi film, was based on a 1903 novel about him.

The final word. Saif Ali Khan: "I was very excited to play the role because it’s a delicious role. But when people say this is history, I don’t think this is history. I don’t think there was a concept of India till perhaps the British gave it one. I don’t think there is really any constructive point in arguing about loudly, provided you yourself know why you’re doing it." The Week

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