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#GourHariDastaanTheFreedomFile (Hindi) Rating: * * * While Gour Hari Das’ epic struggle with the establishment (in order to prove his credentials as a freedom fighter) could have been fleshed out much better – despite that lacunae in scripting (first-timer #CPSurendran) there’s no taking away from the fact that this is a sincere, well-meaning and partly luminous bio-pic of a man with a single minded focus on establishing a ‘mis-placed’ glory. Directed by #AnanthNarayanMahadevan who did a marvelous job with #MeeSindhutaiSapkal, this film does manage to make some bits of the emblematic journey to regaining lost dignity, rewarding. While the first hour details his frequent visits to government offices and a few interactions with journalists, it’s the post interval section that really manages to garner attention and affection-if at all. There’s not much meat in the story to warrant a full length cinematic turn and the pedantic, all too serious, humorless, slow boat approach spells doom for theatrical plaudits.
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Runtime: 114 mins