Director: Nishikant Kamat; Writer: Nishikant Kamat, Bal, Sanjay Pawar; Producer: Ramakant Gaikwad; Cinematographer: Sanjay Jadhva; Editor: Amit Pawar; Cast: Sandeep Kulkarni, Shilpa Tulaskar, Audumber Aphale, Ashwini Apte, Shashank Bawkar, Srushti Bhoske, Aakash Dabhade, Pradip Karnik, Ganesh Mayekar, Madhavi Pai, Vinayak Shanbaug, Prasad Shinde, Shilpa Tulaskar, Dushyant Wagh, Krunal Patil, Tejas Naik, Vinita Shinde, Ramesh Chandolkar, Kaustubh Diwan, Prabhakar More, Sandesh Jadhav
Duration: 01:48:08; Aspect Ratio: 2.353:1; Hue: 10.043; Saturation: 0.078; Lightness: 0.289; Volume: 0.252; Cuts per Minute: 22.120; Words per Minute: 78.834
Summary: Dombivli Fast captures India's "functioning anarchy" on celluloid. Madhav Apte, the protagonist is a middle class citizen who is struggling to make the ends meet. We see a slow mental breakdown of this individual as he decides to counter the injustices, first by simple questioning and later, as he loses the mental balance, through violence. As India gears towards becoming a developed nation, it still battles with the age-old feudal mindset. The corruption and inflation make it difficult for a middle class person to make living with dignity. It is not just the judiciary or the corporate greed that is the question here, but a lack of basic amenities such as potable water, that really get to the protaganist. The film ends on a pessimistic note which in a way does reflect the reality. The pace of the film develops at a natural pace and gains momentum as it progresses.