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Tanhaji Full Movie 2020 Review, Trailer, Cast, Songs, Release Date and Story-line

“The Unsung Warrior” Tanhaji Full Movie Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Movie Story, Videos, Trailer, Real Name: Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior is an Indian Hindi language biographical period action film starring Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan, Kajol, Jagapathi Babu and Sharad Kelkar in the lead roles. List of Tanhaji Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Movie Story, Videos, Trailer, Real Name.
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Tanhaji Full Movie
Tanhaji Full Movie

Tanhaji Full Movie Story

Tanhaji Malusare was an unsung Maratha warrior from the 17th centenary Maratha Empire, whose acts of courage and bravery continued to inspire soldiers long after his death in a fight. He was endowed with a body of steel, courage of a lion with an agile mind, and Chattrapati Shivaji’s closest aide and trusted soldier. Ready to lay down his life for his King and country, this Braveheart went to war, provided with a few Maratha soldiers to get back the Kondana Fort, against the Mughal army headed by Udaybhan.

Mughal’s had the muscle power, but Tanhaji had a sharp vision. Unfortunately, Marathas won Kondhana Fort but lost their Lion. Tanhaji left behind a void that none in history could ever fill. ‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’ is a visual fantasy that depicts the life and times of this unsung warrior, whose valor still makes the Nation proud.

Tanhaji Full Movie Cast & Crew

  • Ajay Devgn as Tanaji "Tanya" Malusare
  • Saif Ali Khan as Udaybhan Singh Rathore
  • Kajol as Savitribai "Savitri" Malusare
  • Sharad Kelkar as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj
  • Luke Kenny as Aurangzeb
  • Vipul Gupta as Jagat Singh
  • Padmavati Rao as Rajmata Jijabai
  • Shashank Shende as Shelaar Mama
  • Devdatta Nage as Suryaji Malusare
  • Neha Sharma as Kamla Devi
  • Ajinkya Deo as Chandraji Pisal
  • Yuri Suri as Mirza Raje Jai Singh
  • Jagannath Nivangune as Kaloji Malusare
  • Trisha Patil as Parvatibai "Parvati" Malusare
  • Hardik Sangani as Gondya
  • Nissar Khan as Beshak Khan
  • Prasanna Ketkar as Sarnaik
  • Kailash Waghmare as Chultiya
  • Harsh Sharma as Young Tanhaji
  • Ranav Sharma as Young Suryaji
  • Arush Nand as Raiba Malusare
  • Dhairyasheel Gholap as Shrubhau
  • Nilesh Lalwani as Tatya
  • Pramod More as Leader of Gondia
  • Bhagyashree Nhalve as Suryaji's wife
  • Devendra Gaikwad as Raiba's father-in-law
  • Rajesh Ahir as Raja Sangram Singh

Tanhaji  2020 Full Movie Direction by

  • Om Raut

Tanhaji Full Movie Produced by

  • Bhushan Kumar
  • Krishan Kumar
  • Sanjay Paraswani
  • Vilas Salve
  • Vikrant Sharma

Tanhaji Movie Writing Credits

  • Alankar Arvind

Tanhaji Music by

  • Ajay-Atul

Tanhaji Movie Full Cinematography by

  • Keiko Nakahara

Tanhaji Movie Editing by

  • Dharmendra Sharma

Tanhaji Movie Casting By 

  • Vicky Sidana

Tanhaji Movie Costume Design by 

  • Nachiket Barve

Tanhaji Movie Visual Effects by

  • Prince Chaurasia
  • Kapil Gyanchandani
  • Jayadev Tiruveaipati
  • Jitendra Yadav

Tanhaji Movie Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

  • Alankar Arvind
  • Tejas Arya
  • Yash Biyani
  • Daanish Gandhi
  • Shraddha Ghanekar
  • Prathmesh Kadam
  • Desai. Kinchit
  • Ayush Krishna
  • Pratiksha Ramotra
  • Tushar Shelar

Tanhaji Movie Art Department

  • Shweta Atre
  • Jyoti Raju Hundekar
  • Shrenik Jain
  • Somal Kamble
  • Madan Mane
  • Aishwarya Pardeshi
  • Brinda Pavagadhi
  • Sailee Pawar
  • Ajay Venkatesh Raju
  • Angana Sen
  • Sneha Shinde
  • Mrinali Thanwani

Tanhaji Movie Camera and Electrical Department

  • Shankar Babu
  • Palash Das
  • Shafi Khan
  • Abhishek Mrityunjay Pandey
  • Priyam Shah
  • Tanhaji Sound Department 
  • Justin Jose
  • Lochan Kanvinde

Tanhaji Movie Other Crew

  • Shiv Chanana
  • Preeti Lepcha
  • Bosco Martis
  • Gautam Pradeep
  • Ranju Varghese

Tanhaji Movie Production Companies

  • Ajay Devgn Ffilms
  • T-Series

Tanhaji Movie Special Effects

  • NY VFXWaala (visual effects)

Tanhaji Full Movie Release Date

  • 10 January 2020

Tanhaji Full Movie Trailer Download



Tanhaji Full Movie Songs


  • Shankara Re Shankara Song | Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior | Ajay D, Saif Ali K | Mehul Vyas
  • Ghamand Kar Song | Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior | Ajay, Kajol, Saif
  • Maay Bhavani | Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior

Tanhaji Full Movie Review


Hindi cinema is currently in the throes of a historical fever. On the heels of Ashutosh Gowariker’s Panipat comes Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior. For makers who are struggling with how to revive centuries-old stories for a millennial audience, I have good news. Writer-director Om Raut, co-writer Prakash Kapadia, and leading man and co-producer Ajay Devgan seemed to have cracked the formula – Tanhaji, based on the life of Shivaji Maharaj’s lieutenant, is an action movie rolled into an Amar Chitra Katha comic. Which means that there is no room here for nuance or arcs. Actors play outsized, one-note characters. The Marathas, with a few exceptions, are valiant, noble warriors who sacrifice their lives for their motherland. The Mughals are largely avaricious usurpers who demand ‘jaat' and ‘Jaan’. They are described as ‘darindey’ and ‘mauka parast’. The clash of good and evil is played out in 3D, in an unapologetically artificial, digitized world. The battle scenes seem straight out of a video game. But Om doesn’t give you time to question the history or the questionable politics or the one-dimensional storytelling. He immerses you in a quick-paced adventure that skillfully combines spectacle, nationalism, and hyper-masculinity. As storytelling, Tanhaji is rousing and effective. Subedar Tanhaji Malusare is the ultimate mard Maratha – he twirls his mustache and ferociously leads his men into battle even when they are drastically outnumbered. He goes up against Aurangzeb’s Rajput general Udaybhan. Uday is a sadist who kills for amusement. In one scene, he screams so loudly that a man topples to his death. It is fitting that the fight between Tanhaji and Uday pivots on a phallic symbol – a canon called Nagin that is pointed at the fortress of Shivaji Maharaj. Ajay Devgn plays Tanhaji with a rock-like conviction. This is the man who stands stoic in the face of death. But Ajay doesn’t over-express the valour. Even the fiery speeches are delivered with gravitas. Though there are moments when it feels like the trademark reserve will crack and he will do a ‘aata majhi satakli’ from Singham. It’s a smart choice to cast Kajol as Tanhaji’s wife Savitri. She has few scenes but the familiarity between the real-life husband and wife helps to ground their relationship. Sharad Kelkar is impressive as Shivaji Maharaj – he has an innate dignity. I can’t imagine any future films on Shivaji Maharaj casting anyone else. But the scene-stealer is Saif Ali Khan having the time of his life as Udaybhan. Saif plays the exaggerated evil with a cheeky panache. Uday is an elegant psychopath. There are echoes of Sanjay Leela Bhansali in the elaborate lighting scheme and the color-coding of characters. The spectacle and staging of war seem inspired by the Baahubali franchise. And the surgical strike sentiment feels like Uri: The Surgical Strike. You can almost hear Tanhaji asking his troops – How’s the josh. Om cleverly combines these elements – the climactic battle is plotted with absolute precision. DoP Keiko Nakahara and editor Dharmendra Sharma create a propulsive, immersive experience. The film’s furious nationalism is bolstered by Sandeep Shirodkar’s background music. And the costumes by Nachiket Barve and Mahesh Sheria are aesthetic and nicely detailed - especially Udaybhan’s more elaborate wardrobe. Tanhaji succeeds in pushing your buttons but there is no getting away from its problematic ideology. In one scene, when a Mughal general is killed, Om immediately moves the camera to temple bells ringing loudly as though the gods themselves were applauding. This film is apparently the first in a series that celebrates the unsung heroes of India. I hope the ones that follow offer more inclusivity.