Well-written and beautifully executed, Muramba is a story that every person can identify it. At its core, the film is a story of facing your fears, but it is so layered that you get much more. Writer-director Varun Narvekar, a known name in Pune's film/ theatre circuit, makes a fantastic debut with a film that is so nicely woven that it is impossible not to like it.
Alok (Wagh) and Indu (Palkar) are incompatible, or so they think; a reason for them ending their three-year relation. For Alok's parents (Khedekar and Chinmayee) this is an incomprehensible thing, mainly because they can't seem to figure what went wrong. Understandable because the reasons Alok gives are vague and from his point of view. It's only after speaking with Indu that the complete picture is clear.
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