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Muramba


Muramba is a Marathi movie available on Netflix. It stars Sachin Khedekar, Mithila Palkar, Amey Wagh and Chinmayi Sumit.

Alok and Indu have been dating for years and are on the verge of getting engaged when they break up. Alok's parents are concerned. The movie is about Alok narrating to his parents the differences between him and Indu and why they broke up over a period of one day.

It is funny and sweet and brushes against some serious issues but does not delve deeper into them.
Loved it. I would highly recommend this flick. 

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