Time Bara Vait

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Time Bara Vait
Time Bara Vait - Movie Poster.jpg
Directed byRahul Bhatankar
Story byAlphonse Puthren
Rahul Bhatankar
Based on Neram by Alphonse Puthren
Produced by Vijay Gutte
Starring Bhushan Pradhan
Satish Rajwade
Nidhi Oza
Hrishikesh Joshi
Vishwajeet Pradhan
CinematographyRajesh Rathore
Edited byRahul Bhatankar
Music by Rajesh Murugesan
VRG Motion Pictures
Release date
  • 19 June 2015 (2015-06-19)
Running time
125 minutes [1]
Country India
Language Marathi

Time Bara Vait (Marathi: टाईम बरा वाईट) is a 2015 Indian Marathi-language film directed by Rahul Bhatankar under VRG Motion Pictures banner starring Bhushan Pradhan, Satish Rajwade, Nidhi Oza, Vishwajeet Pradhan. The movie released on 19 June 2015. [2] [3] The film is a remake of Malayalam-Tamil Bilingual film Neram directed by Alphonse Putharen, starring Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim and Bobby Simha.



The story revolves around the life of Rahul (Bhushan Pradhan), a computer engineer who lost his job. As he is jobless, he is also turned down by his girlfriend - Priya's father, who he was about to marry. [4]

At the same time he is hounded by a loan shark- Bhai Raja (Satish Rajwade) from whom he borrowed money for his sister's marriage. At the present day he has a deadline to return money to the loan shark till 5 pm. His day turns upside down when he is robbed of money he got from his best friend to repay Bhai Raja. [5] Meanwhile, Priya decides to run away from her father and elope with Rahul. Suspecting on Rahul, Priya's father lodges a complaint against him in the nearby police station. [6] So now Rahul is a fugitive from both, the law as well as Bhai Raja. Rahul is broke, confused and helpless and adding to his problems, he is also pressurized by his brother-in-law to give a hefty amount to start a business. Helpless and desperate Rahul wants to get out of the nightmare. [7]

Will he be able to repay his loan and get the love of his life in the same day? Rahul has yet to experience a lot as the day is yet to be finished. [8]



Time Bara Vait
Soundtrack album by
Rajesh Murugesan
Released19 June 2015 (2015-June-19) [9]
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Label Zee Music Company
External audio
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Rajesh Murugesan composed the soundtrack and film score of the original movie Neram. The soundtrack has been recreated for Time Bara Vait.

Track listing

1."Kadal Sneham Mohabbat"Hrishikesh Ranade4:05
2."Dauda Dauda"Ajit Parab3:43
3."Pista"Adarsh Shinde2:27
4."Varyache Gungunto Gaane"Ajit Parab4:44
Total length:14:59

Critical reception

Mihir Bhanage of The Times of India gave the film a rating of 3 out of 5 saying that, "The pace of the film is stunningly fast and keeps you on the edge of your seats. A drawback is the flashback sequences which at times the viewer is unable to link immediately." [1]

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