|Directed by||Nishikanth Kamath|
|Produced by||Sameer Gaikwad|
|Written by||Nishikanth Kamath (screenplay)
Sanjay Pawar (screenplay and dialogues)
|Music by||Sanjay Mourya
Sameer Phatarpekar (background)
|Edited by||Amit Pawar|
Dombivali Fast (Marathi: डोंबिवली फास्ट) is a critically acclaimed Marathi film directed by Nishikanth Kamat. It is the story of a middle class bank employee, Madhav Apte, an ordinary, law-abiding and honest citizen who faces constant frustration with the injustice and corruption that pervades in all walks of his life. The film portrays Apte's mental breakdown as he reaches his breaking point, and his rampage as a vigilante across Mumbai to set things right. The film stars Sandeep Kulkarni in the lead with Shilpa Tulaskar and Sandesh Jadhav.
Madhav Apte is a common man with strong principles. He has strong values and does not believe in bending any rules for anybody, even when the future of his children is involved. He fights with people around when he sees injustice and corruption, which include his colleagues, his boss, shop keepers, school principal and even his wife. His principles and his behavior is a cause of fights between his wife and him. She is tired of him only preaching of changing the world but not doing anything about it.
He is pushed to a corner by everybody who finds his path of righteousness too difficult to handle, and one day he snaps. He goes on a rampage trying to do right, everything that goes against his principles and then starts a mayhem on the streets of Mumbai, ultimately ending in a tragic climax.
- Sandeep Kulkarni as Madhav Apte
- Shilpa Tulaskar as Madhav's wife
- Sandesh Jadhav as Insp. Subhash Anaspure
- Srushti Bhokse as Prachi Madhav Apte, Madhav Apte's daughter
- 2006 Star Screen Awards - Best Actor Male (Marathi) - Sandeep Kulkarni
- 2006 Asian Festival of First Films - Best Director(Swarovski Trophy) - Nishikant Kamat
- 2006 Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles - Best Film(Jury Award)
- 2006 National Film Awards (India) - Best Feature Film in Marathi(Silver Lotus Award)
- Dombivali Fast at the Internet Movie Database
- New York Times Review of 'Dombivli Fast'
- An interview with Sandeep Kulkarni[permanent dead link]
- on YouTube
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