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"Fandry" is a 2013 Marathi film that achieved theatrical release in early 2014, after winning awards at several Indian film festivals. The film is about adolescent love, caste, and local fauna.

The name "Fandry" comes from a slang word for an animal (the protagonist's father catches this kind of animal, and this forms the basis of the film's climax). Which animal (which thus connects this film to Govind Nihalani's "Tamas", where the same type of animal features in the opening?)

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