Father Roberto Rodrigues is a middle-aged priest who has devoted his entire life for services to God Almighty. He is well-educated, having deep affection and interest in Marathi literature which is why he joins M.A. Through this, he meets a vibrant, innocent, very outspoken and intelligent young lady in Amol Chitnis who has her own views and perspective about human life. Over the course of time, Father Rodrigues gets emotionally involved and inclined towards Amol. He develops a liking towards her, though Amol is totally unaware of it. She mixes with him freely, walks with him innocently, and also cares for him. But Amol has a boyfriend of her own.
The story unfolds to a surprising twist when Father Rodrigues overcomes his fatherly attitude and decides to propose Amol.
What happens when Father Rodrigues surrenders to his emotional cling and proposes to Amol? Will Amol accept his proposal? What happens to her boyfriend? To get to all these answers, you need to watch this very emotional, cinematic presentation, MANATALYA MANAT, where poetry is the backdrop, beautiful nature is in bounty, and a display of great acting is on screen.
This songless movie is rich in poetry, adapted from the eminent Marathi poets. The film is also beautifully choreographed with superb visuals effects. Beautiful nature is also bountiful in the film.
With rich production values, natural flow of acting, beautiful locations, and poetic treatment to scenes, the film is surely not one to miss.