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The film starts with a youthful Tanhaji losing his dad on the combat zone. ‘Log vashihat mein bahut kuch chhod jaate hai, mein tere liye karz chhodkar jaa raha hoon,” the last passes on his iron kada (implying his fantasy about accomplishing Swarajya for the nation) before breathing his last. A long time pass by and the chap grows up into a savage Maratha warrior (Ajay Devgn) who is perhaps the nearest helper of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (Sharad Kelkar).
At the point when the ruler is compelled to give up 23 strongholds to the Moghuls including the Kondhana post (which is of vital significance), Rajamata Jijabai’s pride is harmed and she vows to walk uncovered feet until the Marathas recover the Kondhana fortress. After four years, a government operative brings news for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj that Aurangzeb (Luke Kenny) is intending to send his confided in leader Udaybhan (Saif Ali Khan) to Kondhana to guarantee that the Marathas can’t recover the fortification.
Thinking that its an ideal chance to recover the fortification, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj begins getting ready for the triumph, ensuring that the news doesn’t reach Tanhaji Malusare who is occupied with the arrangements for his child’s wedding in Umrat. By one way or another the updates on Chhatrapati’s arrangements arrive at Tanhaji’s ears and the last immovably chooses, “Adhi lagin kondhanyach mag majhya raibacha.” The remainder of the plot spins around how Tanhaji Malusare and his bold Mavlas recover the Kondhana fortification in the Battle Of Sinhagad on February 4, 1670.
Ajay Devgn as the valiant Maratha Subhedaar Tanhaji Malusare gets the correct sort of power and valor in his exhibition. There are minutes where he essentially lets his look do all the talking. The man discovers his equivalent enemy in Saif Ali Khan who conveys one of his most pleasant exhibitions as of late. He loans a flavorful underhandedness to his depiction of Udaybhan. His character in the film is somewhat unhinged and yet, his craftiness ways likewise summons chuckles every now and then. Try not to be astounded if Khan leaves with numerous honors this year! Kajol as Tanhaji’s significant other Savitribai has her very own snapshots of solidarity. Watch out for her melody arrangement which plays during the end credits of the film. Sharad Kelkar who plays Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj sets up a wonderful execution.
Staying true to his words, Director Om Raut conveys with a blast directly from the principal outline. At the point when you like history as a subject or not, this page from Indian history compensates for a convincing watch. The capturing climatic confrontation between Ajay Devgn and Saif Ali Khan is a what tops off an already good thing.