Main Atal Hoon Review, See How Fans React After Watch This Movie

Main Atal Hoon Review: Mumbai’s film industry does not often do justice to the biopics of either contemporary or historical figures. The main atal Hoon is helmed by and co-written with the National Award-winning Director Ravi Jadhav, Natarang (Balgandharva), and Balak Palak. This widely held belief does not change.

Main Atal Hoon is not just a rushed film, but it also has creases. These could have been avoided if the film had not been rushed. It is clear that the rush to finish it in time affected both the writing and making.

Jadhav has a reputation as a director who pays attention to detail. This trait is conspicuously absent in Main Atal Hoon. Main Atal Hoon employs a from-the-cradle-to-the-grave approach to tell the story of the life of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Bharatiya Janata Party luminary and India’s tenth Prime Minister.

The film does not cover the whole spectrum of Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s life, including his boyhood and political career. The film is a mixture of everything, presenting a variety of high points to create a picture that aims to inspire awe and respect.

This strategy is neither cinematic nor dramatic because the conflict in the story is deliberately underplayed to highlight how unflinching and undeterred (the emphasis is on Vajpayee’s first name, “Atal”) he was.

Main atal Hoon highlights aspects of Vajpayee’s life that are relevant to the current political climate but fails to paint a dramatic picture of an orator and statesman who experienced many ups and lows as he travelled through the turmoil of the freedom movement, the alterations associated with nation-building, and the challenges related to party work.

Main Atal Hoon has a one-note biography only saved by Pankaj Tripathi. The actor does not attempt to imitate Vajpayee’s body language or speaking style.

Pankaj Tripathi’s efforts don’t bear the fruit they should because the screenplay that is the basis for the performance lacks imagination and insight. Jadhav’s and Rishi Virmani’s focus on Vajpayee’s questions rather than his answers would have produced more significant results in blending humanity with political expediency, political savvy and communication skills.

Main atal Hoon is a film that flits from thing to thing, focusing solely on the achievements of the real-life protagonist as a Prime Minister and politician. This film cannot capture the complexities of subcontinental political affairs and the intricate nature of ideological wars in Parliament and elsewhere.

It uses simplistic and reductionist techniques that remove all sharp edges. Vajpayee’s initiative to foster friendship between India & Pakistan and his journey from Delhi to Lahore to attend a Summit are given space in the story.

His peacenik persona, however, is only a footnote to a film made to promote a particular set of beliefs.

If the film had also included, even in passing, the intelligence failures that led to border conflict and the human costs, the allusion to Kargil’s victory, now known as Kargil Vijay Diwas, would have been more meaningful.

Pankaj Tripathi’s casting as a politician is not perfect in terms of physical realism. However, the actor has managed to overcome the issue of authenticity by giving a performance that comes close to perfection within the constraints imposed by how the writers have conceived the role.

Main Atal Hoon, based on a Marathi novel Sarang Darshane’s Atalji: Kavihridayache Rashtranetyachi Charitahani (The story of a poet-leader), is a literal portrayal of Vajpayee both as a political figure and a poet with a flair for oratory. The lead actor excels in bringing out the second persona.

Main Atal Hoon would have been a very different film if the filmmakers had not been so slavishly guided by the title of the book and instead dared to use the idea that someone with a poet-like temperament, who has a passion for Hindi and is proficient in it, was a rare find in politics.

There is no doubt that this would have made for a better film. It would have been a waste of time, but it wouldn’t have served the stated purpose. The film is a tribute to Vajpayee, but it could have been a more nuanced, dispassionate and analytical portrait.

Cast Performance

A versatile actor, Pankaj Tripathi did a fantastic job portraying Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the film. This included his facial expressions and postures as well as hand gestures.

Vajpayee’s poetry and speech style in the movie make up for any shortcomings the actor may have had. Pankaj Tripathi’s ability to convey Vajpayee’s ideas is impressive. You will be able to connect to Vajpayee’s time in politics.

Ekta Kaul is a great actress and has done an excellent job as Vajpayee’s love interest, Rajkumari Kaul. Piyush is Mishra, who plays both Vajpayee and the narrator in the film.

Daya Shankar Pandey also brought to life the critical character of Deendayal Upadhyay. He is best known in the television industry for his role as Chalu Pandey, who appeared in “Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah.”

Review of Main Atal Hoon: Feedback From Viewers, Pankaj Tripathi’s Performance Hailed

Main Atal Hoon is an excellent film. It is a must-see for gaining the correct historical perspective and a glimpse into the greatness of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. You, @TripathiiPankaj, have once again delivered a masterclass of acting! “Take a bow!! Suhel SETH, an actor, wrote:

Everyone said in unison, “@TripathiiPankaj ji has nailed the issue.” Pratik Karpe, BJP Mumbai CA Secretary, said: “I must watch a movie on the Great Son of BharatMata Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji.”

One viewer said the film gives you a taller picture of why we must also be ATAL to achieve the BHARAT we desire… It is the story of a leader who started this journey by putting the Nation first. “Must watch”.

They have portrayed Atal Ji’s character beautifully, making the audience feel it. It isn’t easy to condense the life of someone like Atal Ji in three hours, but it was done well. Richa Anirudh, the channel anchor, said: “Must watch.”

“We got the opportunity to screen Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s extraordinary story and A lot of work to do justice to His magnanimous character,” wrote a Twitter user.

Another user wrote that the movie was “for those who are brave enough to speak the truth and dare to do so,” as well as for those who want to be truthful.

Main Atal Hoon – Critics’ Review

TrendsMyth Now wrote, “The release of this film during an election year is no coincidence.” “Main Atal Hoon” examines Vajpayee as a statesman but cannot balance it properly with his contributions to India as a man.

Scroll. in wrote: “While Pankaj Tripathi’s impersonation of Vajpayee’s unique speaking style and body language is spot on, his character has the same weight as an electoral poster.”

India Today says that the movie’s script is “shaky,” but the work of its director is “commendable.” The movie’s second half will be enjoyable if you can get through the first half.

The Times of India called the film a “visual delight” and noted the slow pace of the first half. The Times of India wrote: “The film’s story, treatment and Pankaj Tripathi’s stellar performance will have you enamoured.”

“His first part makes us yawn because of its less impressive dialogues, but his second half shows the true courage and pure intention to declare Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi. It starts like that and stays with you for a long time,” wrote Free Press Journal.


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