“Timepass 3,” rolling into theaters in 2024, isn’t just another Marathi college comedy. It’s a chaotic whirlwind of second chances, unexpected romance, and the enduring bond of friendship amidst the hilarious escapades of campus life. Directed by the ever-enthusiastic Ravi Jadhav, “Timepass 3” promises a laugh-a-minute riot that will leave you reminiscing about youthful follies and the undeniable charm of college days.
|Narvekar, Prathamesh Parab Priya Bapat, Hruta Durgule, Vaibhav Mangle, Sanjay
|9 Dec, 2024
“Timepass 3” hit theaters on September 16th, 2022, and has already garnered positive reviews for its humor, heartwarming moments, and nostalgic portrayal of college life. The trailer, released weeks before the premiere, captured audiences with its zany antics, Prathamesh Parab’s infectious energy, and a glimpse into the unexpected romance between Dagdu and Pallavi. It promised a film that would make you laugh until your sides hurt, fall in love with its endearing characters, and leave you with a warm feeling long after the credits roll.
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Prathamesh Parab, back as the lovable goofball Dagdu, takes center stage once again, his infectious energy and comedic timing driving the narrative. Hruta Durgule joins the cast as Pallavi, the fiery daughter of a notorious don, adding a spark of sass and unexpected romance to the mix. Sanjay Narvekar and Bhau Kadam reprise their roles as Dagdu’s and Pallavi’s equally hilarious fathers, ensuring no scene is devoid of side-splitting antics.
The supporting cast includes talented actors like Vaibhav Mangale, Manmeet Pem, Anvita Phaltankar, and Omkar Raut, adding depth and humor to Dagdu’s loyal gang of friends.
“Timepass 3” picks up years after the events of the previous films. Dagdu, no longer the high school romeo, has flunked his 10th board exams and finds himself back in college, this time in the science stream. Determined to turn his life around, he befriends a new gang of misfits and vows to leave his reputation as a local goon behind.
However, destiny has other plans. He crosses paths with Pallavi, the fiery and feisty daughter of a notorious don, Dinkar Patil. Pallavi, initially unaware of Dagdu’s past, finds herself inexplicably drawn to his genuine charm and quirky humor. As their friendship blossoms, Dagdu’s past threatens to catch up with him, and he must grapple with the consequences of his past actions while navigating the unpredictable terrain of first love.
“Timepass 3” isn’t just about laughs; it’s about second chances and learning from mistakes. We see Dagdu’s genuine desire to change his ways, his struggles with fitting in and proving himself, and the unwavering support of his friends who believe in him despite his past. Pallavi, with her strong personality and independent spirit, complements Dagdu perfectly, challenging him to be a better version of himself while adding a layer of emotional depth to the narrative.
The film doesn’t shy away from poking fun at college stereotypes and societal expectations. We see the pressure to achieve, the awkwardness of first love, and the hilarious misadventures that only college life can offer. But amidst the laughter, there’s a touch of tenderness as we witness the genuine connection between Dagdu and Pallavi, the unwavering loyalty of friends, and the importance of second chances.
Box Office and Budget:
“Timepass 3” is a medium-budget film, relying on its established franchise, talented cast, and the timeless appeal of college humor to connect with audiences. The exact budget hasn’t been officially disclosed, but it’s estimated to be within the range of Rs. 10-15 crores. Its box office performance will depend on its ability to appeal to families and young audiences seeking a lighthearted and relatable cinematic experience.