Ravi Jadhav back with a bang for the fourth time. Post the super success of Balak Palak he has made Time Pass on the same lines but the beauty of the film lies in its concept handling, audience relating with the film and the brilliant mind of Ravi Jadhav. Throughout the film you will remember Balak Palak because of the cast maybe and the overall fell of the film. Time Pass stands out because of its unexpected but sad climax and showing the reality teaching a few lessons to the current generation. The films is very hilarious at places and you can’t control your laughter but at places you become emotional feeling for the characters in the film.
Outstanding performance of Prathamesh Parab and Ketaki Mategaonkar takes this film to an altogether different level. Direction of Ravi Jadhav seems to be repetitive keeping Balak Palak in mind. Some beautiful shots and stunning cinematography makes this film a visual treat. Music of the film is pretty average. Dialogues and Screenplay needs to be applauded. Many dialogues makes you clap and whistle. Screenplay could have been very little tighter. It is clearly visible that some incidents in the film are stretches for no reason for example first time when Ketaki accepts Prathamesh’s love, there very smartly an item song is incorporated. The conflict in the story comes very late until then it’s like Sooraj Barjatiya films, all happy situation. Technically the film is very good.
Time Pass is a sweet love story of a boy and girl who are in their teens and are falling in love for the first time. Both of them are madly in love with each other but destiny has some other plans and both the lives takes a different turn making things go haywire. This is not just a time pass film but time well spent watching this beautiful film. This one is highly recommended.