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Natsamrat (2016)

Natsamrat is a movie starring Nana Patekar, Medha Manjrekar, and Mrinmayee Deshpande. After he retires, an aging theatre actor and his wife begin to feel unwanted by their children.

IMDB: 9.20 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Family
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.37G
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 166
  • IMDB Rating: 9.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 20 / 63

The Synopsis for Natsamrat (2016) 720p

The film is a tragedy about a veteran theatre actor named Ganpat "Appa" Belwalkar (Nana Patekar) who has been the best of his lot during his heyday, garnering fame and fortune acting in plays based on various works, especially William Shakespeare's. It is a tragedy of a veteran actor who enjoyed a very vital importance in his life but who becomes the victim of old age alienation and estrangement. The film reveals an intensely tragic fate of an actor who becomes victim of fate and fortune in old age, which is similar to the fate of Lear. Natsamrat suffers the pangs of old age and dishonor inflicted on him by his own children. It is a tragedy of great humanist and actor who succumbs to the ill fate and destiny. In fact, Natsamrat is a story of Ganpatrao Belvalkar, who withstands great suffering after his retirement from stage acting.


The Director and Players for Natsamrat (2016) 720p

[Director]Mahesh Manjrekar
[Role:]Nana Patekar
[Role:]Sunil Barve
[Role:]Mrinmayee Deshpande
[Role:]Medha Manjrekar


The Reviews for Natsamrat (2016) 720p


This Natsamrat Lived For The Stage And Ultimately Died On And For The Stage.Reviewed byVivekmaru45Vote: 10/10

Masterpiece. No word else can describe what I had just witnessed. Nana Patekar is a great favorite of mine and he has captivated me in films like Parinda(1989), Prahaar(1991), Angaar(1992), Krantiveer (1994), Agni Sakshi(1996), Ghulam-E-Mustafa(1997) Yeshwant(1997), Ab Tak Chhappan (2005) and sequel Ab Tak Chhappan 2(2015), Tarkieb(2000) and Aanch(2003). He has starred in a lot of other films, but these above are a good guide.

Back to the film. This film concerns the later years of a great and accomplished actor Ganpat Ramchandra Belwalkar (Nana Patekar), who has retired from the stage with the honorific Natsamrat (King of the Theater). He finds life out of stage awkward. He often makes rude and crude jokes in front of his family and friends. This often leads to a great deal of embarrassment afterwards.

Also Ganpat is fond of liquor and gets drunk on many occasions. One day he teaches his grand-daughter a rude nursery rhyme which causes a great stir at school when it is overheard by her teacher. This immediately causes friction between him and his daughter-in-law.

Ganpat wills his house to his son and all his money to his daughter. He says he does not need any wealth as he is very old and wants his son and daughter to take care of him and his wife. But however a great tragedy is out to befall him which will test him till the very end.

William Shakespeare was a great English playwright specializing in tragedies like Hamlet/Romeo And Juliet/Julius Caesar and many others. This film can be compared to a Shakespearean tragedy and those of you who are of an emotional nature will be driven to tears by what befalls this Natsamrat.

The film deals with a major topic not only in India but I feel all over the world. Our parents, who have given birth to us and have taken care of us till early adulthood, suffering all the hardships to make ends meet - should we abandon them in their old age? In American, children rarely live with their parents. The elderly are only seen living in their own homes or at an old age home/institution. The core of the Hindu family revolves around the whole family staying together.

Lately, due to the great increase in cost of living and healthcare, due largely to the fact of world overpopulation, a single man of low income can't earn enough money to feel his parents and his children. Thus more and more cases in India and the rest of the world, of the youth abandoning their parents. I think its high time that society need to think about the care of the elderly.

Other tragedy films Do Bigha Zamin(1953-this is the film I love the most), Anand (1971 film), Mili(1975), Prem Geet(1981).

Thank you for reading my review, live long and prosper.

Absolutely StunningReviewed bynareshbhandareVote: 10/10

The last 30 minutes of this movie are riveting. Nana Patekar, a great actor at most times, has possibly given his best performance of all time.

Like some others here, I am also writing my first review because this movie was THAT good. However, I disagree that this is a movie about family estrangement - I feel this movie is basically about what happens to artists when they retire - the estrangemnt only provides the backdrop.

To start with, I thought Vikram Gokhale did some great scenes, but I think Nana was giving him the stage so to say. Nana's daughter also had a great scene when she asks him not to leave them. All this while, I thought Nana was ok, considering his high standards. But he absolutely turns it on in the last 30 minutes or so - it is a long drawn out soliloquy in the end as he is the only major character in most scenes - and Nana's eloquence comes to the fore.

I am tempted to call this the greatest movie I have seen - definitely the greatest Marathi movie and there have been some really good ones in the last few years. Hats off to Nana for an immense performance - over the last few years, I had my doubts if he had another great performance left in him - but this one blows away anything else I have seen from anyone.

Thanks also to Mahesh Manjrekar fro giving us yet another great Marathi movie.

This is MUST watch - I am two years late to it, but I am happy I got there in the end.

A 'play' full of life !!!Reviewed bysaarang007Vote: 10/10

This movie is a mixture of all emotions - love,sadness,anger,trust,surprise, etc. It perfectly balances and portrays the happy and sad moments in life alternately and surprises the audience all the times. Also, this movie is worth watching because first of all, it is the adaptation of one of the most famous Indian (Marathi) play - 'Natsamraat'; secondly,it has stellar and noteworthy performances from supreme actors like Nana Patekar, Vikram Gokhale, Medha Manjrekar and all other actors / actresses have also performed extremely well !! And last but not the least, since this is another screen adaptation of famous Marathi play (first was 'Katyar Kaljat Ghusali' based on the famous Marathi musical play), 'Natsamrat' movie is, no doubt, worth watching on the big screen !!! Go watch it now :-)

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