Director: Aditya Sarpotdar
Date Created: 2023-08-10 17:17
Are you a lover of Marathi Movies? If yes then Zee5 has the best option for you, Zombivli, a romantic comedy-drama Marathi movie watch.
|Zombivli OTT RELEASE DATE
|20TH MAY, 2022
|Comedy Drama, Horror
|Amey Wagh, Vaidehi Parashurami, Lalit Prabhakar
Zombivli Marathi Comedy Movie Plot, Story, And Review
Set in the suburbs of Mumbai, Zombivli is a story when an entire region turns into an area of zombies. The region has both rich and poor people. It is the tale of Sudhir (Amey Wagh) and Seema (Vaidehi Parashurami), who is a newlywed middle-class couple, and Vishwas (Lalit Prabhakar), who lives in a slum and wishes that his people get some respect. However, circumstances take such a turn that they have to encounter each other at midnight as the region is hoarded by zombie cries and screams.
They have to depend on each other for their lives. What happens to the people? How do Sudhir, Vishwas, and others tackle the situation of zombies and societal and public issues? How does the political situation add to the worries? To find the answers to all these questions, do watch Zombivli on Zee5.
Review of Zombivli Aditya Sarpotdar Movie
This is the first ever Marathi film which is made on zombies. It is a complete package of horror, comedy, drama, and romance and also gives a lesson to its viewers. The name Zombivili sounds similar to Dombivli, which is a small region in Mumbai’s outskirts and has an urban touch to it. Director Aditya Sarpotdar has described this movie as a combination of zombie terror as well as circumstantial comedy.
Zombivli is more of a comedy with zombies. A keen satire towards refinement, reckless urbanization, and prejudice against slums is portrayed by means of humor. It is like a parody of a group of zombies trying to find its solution. The middle part of the plot contains some overdone scenes and lacks the tone, and certain supporting characters do not get adequate exposure. However, the main cast has done exceptionally well.
The character of Sudhir played by Amey Wagh is the one who gains confidence through the hardships and Vishwas, played by Lalit Prabhakar, is the brave activist who is their physical strength, are a well-matched duo. Also, the character of Sapna, portrayed by Vaidehi Parashurami, despite being pregnant, is ready to face anything.
When Sudhir interacts with a zombie for the first time, it is intensely hilarious. The plot develops in such a manner that even when there is an absence of comedy in the movie, it does not bore the viewers. The best part of the movie is how it manages the political situation and class distinction in multiple methods. The music adds to the flow of the movie and keeps the audience gripped from start to end.
Though this film depends a lot on VFX and other visual effects to portray the unnatural beings, it does that brilliantly well. The zombies displayed are scary enough to induce fear in the minds of the audience. The climax combines all the aforementioned genres and keeps you absorbed.
The most impressive social message given by the movie is that the real villains are not bloodthirsty creatures but mean-minded and selfish humans who are greedy and only care for their own benefits. Overall, this movie is a great watch if you like the creature genre. It is perfectly seasoned with satire.