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Thanks Fan and Murtaza Ali. @Fan, do let us know your thoughts after watching the film.
@Swapnil: Razzakar is basically set in a small, Marathi-speaking village called Khandgao. It remains unspecified whether this village was part of Marathwada or any other region or completely fictional for that matter.
@Fan: I don't think a Marathi film on Hyderabadis could be selling point, unless it has some strong story to sell.
@JJ: Agreed. But I'm told that the Tamil and Telugu remakes were blockbusters. I've idea of none in terms of quality.
@Abhay Patil: I completely understand what you meant. You've reasons to love the entire film and I've my own to hate several key aspects of it. It's not necessary that we all have to agree on everything. That's why we're film buffs, right?
@Abhay Patil: Thanks for reading my review. I'm glad that you disagree with me. That's absolutely fine. The film does have few elements that will inspire masses (mainly youngsters). But just because it is inspirational, it need not be a good film. I sincerely feel that the film was written badly. It was a half-baked tribute to the great efforts of the Amtes. At the end of the day, a film (forest) stands out only due to its elements (trees).