Sonchiriya 2019 info:-
Sonchiriya 2019, When after its signature tune the national news channel announces Sonchiriya 2019 the declaration of emergency on radio, a group of bandits enters a village in the ravines of Chambal.
The chief of the pack warns everybody of dire consequences if they don’t cooperate but little does he know that flying bullets are far less deadly than the haunting images from his bloody past.
It’s a gang guided by Man Singh aka Dadda (Manoj Bajpayee) through the dusty and unforgiving bylanes in the Chambal valley. The water is so clear that you can see the bottom and air is so pure that all your wishful thinking takes a backseat. But it’s the life in between that’s hard, testing, judgmental and full of dangers.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a bandit or a farmer, all this will culminate inside the barrel of a gun. It’s wilder than the wild, wild west and more divided than our opinion on the reservation. There are castes, sub-castes and bizarrely envisioned pride associated with them. Being a Man Singh or a Phuliya (Phoolan) isn’t a matter of choice but of survival.
Set in the ravines of 1970’s Chambal, the film follows a bunch of dacoits Sonchiriya 2019 led by Man Singh (Manoj Bajpayee) as they battle with the cops and their own conscience.
Sonchiriya 2019 Plot:-
The story of the film is set in ravines of the river Chambal valley. It tells the tale of dacoits in 1975, who termed themselves Baaghis, the rebels. Macchu gives information to Baaghis that a dowry of tons of gold and cash will be given to the bride by her father.
so Dacoit Maan Singh (Manoj Bajpayee) alias ‘Dadda’ should raid. Special Task Force (STF) headed by Inspector Virendra Singh Gujjar (Ashutosh Rana) attacks them during the loot in which Dadda gets killed. Sonchiriya 2019 This leads to a split between the gang.
Lakhan (Sushant Singh Rajput) wants to surrender to the police while Vakil Singh (Ranvir Shorey) wants to follow baaghi’s dharma (way of life) of rebellion. On run, they meet Thakur’s wife Indumati Tomar (Bhumi Pednekar) with a girl named Khushi whom Indumati’s family head had raped. Indumati had killed him to save Khushi and ran away to rescue her and take her to hospital.
Indumati’s whole family is chasing her to get her killed. Sonchiriya 2019 She pleads Baaghis to help her take Khushi to the hospital. Baaghis agree. Indumati’s family arrives and tries to take away Khushi with them.
While Vakil Singh agrees to let her go, Lakhna revolts and disagrees. In this melee, Indumati’s own child fires a bullet on Vakil’s brother and kills him by accident. Lakhan and the team along with Indumati and Khushi escape and Vakil Singh vow to chase them and kill.
It is revealed that Maan Singh looted dowry house to save Lacchu’s father from inspector Gujjar knowing very well that it was a trap to kill them. Gujjar had taken him hostage and promised to free only if Lacchu brings Baaghis to that village for the police to kill all Baaghis at once and get the reward from the government. Please See More Information…………..
Sonchiriya 2019 Cast:-
- Sushant Singh Rajput as Lakhan “Lakhna” Singh
- Bhumi Pednekar as Indumati Tomar
- Manoj Bajpayee as Maan Singh
- Ranvir Shorey as Vakil Singh
- Ashutosh Rana as Virender Singh Gujjar
- Khushiya as Sonchiriya
- Wolf Rajput as Veer
- Jaspal Sharma as lachchu
- Gagan Dev Riar as Khalifa
- Ram Naresh Diwakar as Natti
- Mahesh Balraj as Bhoora
- Mukesh Gour as Sheetla
- Harish Khanna as Kok Singh
- Shridhar Dubey as Badlu Singh
- Abhimanyu Arun as Balak Ram
Sonchiriya 2019 Reception:-
As per Rotten Tomatoes, the film has scored 71% based on 7 reviews with an average rating of 6.33/10. Raja Sen reviewing the film in Hindustan Times rated the film with three stars out of five. He liked the lead cast in the role of bandits but feels that the slow pace kept the film from becoming a great film.
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV gave it three and half stars out of five and praising the actions of the whole cast he says “Cast Live And Breathe Their Roles.
Renuka Vyavahare writing for The Times of India gave three and a half stars out of five and writes “Gripping, tense and unpredictable, despite being a slow-burn western, Chaubey’s period thriller makes for a riveting watch. Taran Adarsh giving three and a half stars out of five feels that it is a very well-made film but caters to a niche audience.