Zenda (Marathi: झेंडा) is 2010 Indian Marathi film directed by Avdhoot Gupte and starring Santosh Juvekar. Avdhoot Gupte himself composed the music for the film. The film depicts the journey of four young ambitious scholars to succeed in life and the impact of a split in a major political party on their journey. Zenda depicts a feud between two cousins in rival political parties, inspired by the real-life feud between Raj Thackeray, chief of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) and his cousin, Uddhav Thackeray, Executive President of Shiv Sena. Avdhoot Gupte however believes that it is more about the Marathi youth, with just a couple of characters in the movie representing Uddhav Thackeray and Raj Thackeray. The film was released in early 2010, in theatres across Maharashtra state.

Today's youth, be it a city slicker from a city like Mumbai or Pune, or a local from a remote village in Marathwada. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Zenda torrent reviews

Dottie P (es) wrote: The best mix of slow buildups and jump scares. And the Babadook is the creepiest horror monster I've seen in a while completely thanks to its simplistic design. Some find the kid annoying, but I think that's the point.

Igor A (es) wrote: orginalno smisleno...

Jakob H (br) wrote: The epic tale of two white sheet ghosts on a spiritual journey. Sweet, abstract fun for all the senses! Gorgeous, slow and remarkable style featured on some great comedic plateaus. An acquired taste :0)

Penfold P (kr) wrote: It's a fun movie, the cameo area brilliant

Paul D (fr) wrote: stylised but lacking in originality or any real feeling for the subcultural cast that exist in this abandoned tower block. You're quite happy then get slashed in fact!

David Ray G (jp) wrote: How do movies like this go unnoticed?! I am guilty to admitting that halfway through the movie my interest wasn't intrigued just yet. Some of the dialog taking place between the two starring actors seemed far-stretched and farsical, however at other times it was simply wonderful and soul-stirring. Both the actors in this movie were amazing, but Jessica Bohl -although over-the-top sometimes- doesn't allow you to take your eyes off of her. What we're dealing with here is a claustophobic, marvellous piece of work with a magical folk soundtrack, that begs for attention.

Rangan R (gb) wrote: A wrong timeline, but a hilarious adventure!I remember seeing the French version of this film on the television when I was a kid, but don't recall much other than two men from the medieval in the streets of the modern world. Somehow I found this, and after some research I chose this version to watch which I thought easy to understand, as well as for the reason some updates were made in this. Well, I know nothing can beat the original, but for those haven't seen the original, this is not a bad one. Quite an enjoyable film with a simple theme and a simple adventure.Seems a very familiar concept, but surely a unique product. Jean Reno was brilliant and so his sidekick and other supporting characters. Top notch jokes, felt like I had some loud laughs after a long time. Of course, there are some flaws, but minors, like relocating from Europe to the US since it is a Hollywood production. It is a time travel theme in fantasy. There's no time machine, instead a wizard behind the adventure through the time.A perfect family film. It's not about prediction, since watching the first scene you would know what follows it and how it all ends. So you're relieved from guessing stuff and can sit back relaxedly and enjoy it as much you can. It is your average film, but if you're seeking a good comedy, then it is surely above that. There are thousands of masterpiece comedies, this is not one of them, though must see from this genre.7/10

Becca A (fr) wrote: I wanted to marry her when I saw the moonlight shining on the barrel of her father's shotgun.

Alex K (it) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Asa B (ru) wrote: Actually this was quite funny, albeit very dark for a Disney film. Captain Blythe is totally crazy and has most of the best scenes!

Jeff B (de) wrote: In the video of Oscar contenders listing films that made them cry, this was Robert Duvall's pick. It's a sweet film about a boy and his dog in Georgia. The title refers to dogs who only get food for themselves, who aren't hunting dogs, so when the boy fears his dog will turn into a biscuit eater he trains him to compete in a bird hunting competition. It's a bit dated regarding the African American characters, but overall it's a decent kid's movie. It's considered to be one of the first sleeper hits, it was a huge hit in 1940.

Kim B (it) wrote: Fun to watch. How can you not want to watch something with 3 icons in a movie!?

Evan H (fr) wrote: this over-the-top movie is totally worth watching for Katharine Hepburn's phony Russian accent and zany costumes!

Andrey B (mx) wrote: Well executed and acted but I hardly believe the story that looks overly exaggerated on a director's whim.

Johnny F (br) wrote: This is an another awesome sequel!

Andy F (fr) wrote: Full of eighties silliness, Connery's return to this unofficial Bond is still worthwhile and the movie grows in stature as it goes on.

Donnie B (kr) wrote: People are mean, and dogs are better. The end.

Casey P (us) wrote: Ruffalo great portrayal of bi polar - B+

Brandon L (us) wrote: Happy to find this movie and I'll watch it whenever it's on