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The boy- Raghuveer who has just appeared for his Civil Services exams is admonished by his father against marrying his pregnant girlfriend in Delhi. Distraught and defenseless Raghu terminates his visit home in the interiors of Bihar and leaves for Delhi. But before he could get out of the village he gets anducted by another headstrong and ambitious father of a girl wanting to have a potential IAS officer as his son-in-law. The boy is forcibly married off at gun point much against his and the girl's own wishes. Once married, they are locked up in a room for days end till they consummate their marriage and accept each other completely....
but do they accept each other in the face of inevitability?
It's full of some wonderful scenes. Janki, in a bid to lure Raghuveer compares her name to Raghuveer's girlfriend Sia, saying that they mean the same. Watching Raghuveer getting married while he's asleep is hilarious as well as flummoxing.
After GULAAL, Raj Sigh Chaudhary gives another strong performance. Swati Sen is impressive. Akhilendra Mishra gets into his character perfectly. Vinay Pathak's performance is striking.
ANTARDWAND is a must watch for its heart rending story and strong performances. --platform47.com
The drama comes live with competent performances from the entire cast. Raj Singh Chaudhary as the powerless and victimized groom is believable. Swati Sen is exceptionally good in her emotional act. Akhilendra Mishra has an authoritative and imposing presence. His character gives him enough scope to get dramatic and thankfully he doesn't ham like his usual tendency. Vinay Pathak is efficient in his small part. Jaya Bhattacharya and Sumukhi Pendse lend good support.
Antardwand completely redefines the term 'wedlock' showing a face of the supposed democratic country where even today guns decide grooms. --platform47.com