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May 21, 2009 11:09 PM 2355 Views
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Sajjanpur is a small remote village of India, where you will get different types of characters, that you can imagine of. Hmm… just listen to the song, “Sitaram Sitaram…Chitti aayi na paatri aayi…aaya naa telegram re…” Let us first introduce you to Mahadev. After his graduation, he has got no job. But, yes, he has good writing skills. He dreamt of becoming a novel writer. But, see the fun of destiny. He is now writing letters for the village people. After all, the illiteracy of the village people is helping him to earn money.

Accha, who is this Kamala? Is she the girl, who was kissed by someone at her school days? But, she is already married to someone. Her husband’s name is Banshi, who has gone to the city to earn money. Kamala requested Mahadev to write a letter for her hubby. As a childhood lover, jealousy has to be there. Whatever Kamala says, Mahadev writes the opposite thing in the letter, after all, everything is fair in love and war. Sreya Ghoshal is a genius, with her song, “Bheeni Bheeni Mehaki Mehaki…hawaaye kya gaaye suno…”

Here comes our Ram Kumar, who is in love with a widow of a military family. The name of the widow is Shobha Rani. But Ram is not expert in writing romantic letters like Mahadev. Mahadev’s romantic letter produced the magic. Shobha Rani accepted his Ram. That is why; our Mohit Chauhan sang the song, “Ek Meetha Marz dene…aana tum yeuheen.” Hey, Mahadev, have you seen my Vindhiya? What happened to you Ramsakhi? Ramsakhi is literally tensed with her manglik daughter Vindhiya. Now, Ramsakhi was forcing Vindhiya to marry a“Shanichari Kukkura”, I mean to say, to a street dog of Sajjanpur. But, Vindhiya is like a Phoolan Devi. She does not care about all these craps, but has some attraction towards Mahadev.

Election is coming. As usual, everywhere there has to be some violence, bribing and false dialogue baaji of promises. Munnibai, the character, who is a not a man, yet not a woman, that is a cross dresser, wants to contest in the election. The campaign started with the song, “Aayi aab Munni ki baari”. Babah, this is Indian politics and that too in rural area. You rival is waiting for an opportunity. We have seen the wounded body of Munnibai in that field. Is she still alive? Is the song, “Aadmi Azaad Hai Desh” of Kailash Kher, valid for Indian politics?

Subedar Singh literally started running after Ram Kumar. Ram Kumar is injured. Is it the pain of love? Banshi is not a bad person at all. He wants to sell his body parts for the sake of money. Mahadev also loves Kamala. True love means to see the smile in your lover’s face. Kamala and Banshi was in the rickshaw, and Mahadev knows the importance of that smile, while he was riding on the bicycle. What will happen, if a person marries a manglik girl? Mahadev is very happy with Vindhiya, as she proved to be his lady luck.

Has Mahadev become a novel writer? What happened to those loans? Where is Munnibai? Are Ram Kumar and Shobha Rani doing romance in the heaven? Why are you feeling shy to visit the village of Sajjanpur? Look there! Shreyas Talpade, Amrita Rao, Ravi Kishan, Divya Dutta, Ila Arun, Kunal Kapoor and others are telling you,“WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR” of Shyam Benegal.

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