Monday, December 31, 2012
Movie Review - Sarochcharu...
Movie: Sarochcharu (Telugu)
Produced: Priyanka Dutt
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Cast: Ravi Teja/Kajal Aggarwal/Richa Gangopadhyaya/Nara Rohith
Sarochcharu - An immature attempt to explain the maturity needed in maintaining a relationship. A relation builds with trust, stands over trust, flourishes on trust; and trust needs to be tasted, not tested. If love is understanding, it should not be expected from the partner; rather shown towards the partner. It is a Pity that the lead character knows different ways to cross a City but not to bound to a Treaty. The 'Class Appearance' does not help much nor the 'Mass Appeal' of Rich(a) Gangopadhyaya. Overall, a futile film. In short, 'oka manchi (!?) premakatha tho... Sarochcharu'... but 'oka manchi katha anna aasatho theatre ki vellina janalu... chachcharu'...
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Movie Review - Dabangg 2...
Movie: Dabangg 2 (Hindi)
Directed: Arbaaz Khan
Produced: Arbaaz Khan/Malaika Arora Khan
Story: Dilip Shukla
Cast: Salman Khan/Sonakshi Sinha/Prakash Raj/Arbaaz Khan/Vinod Khanna
Dabangg 2 - The release date (21-12-2012) itself states the Dabanggness of this movie. Only, one and only Salman can make it two in two and doom the Doom's day too. An out and out Chulbuli entertainer (Being Salman), Richly made (in Kanpoor), Unexpectedly well directed (on Debut), Appropriately crafted (Performances) and Doubly worth watchable (on Big Screen). If Dabangg is 'The Bang', this sequel is definitely 'Bang Bang'. Audience will stick to their seats 'Dil se'... if not 'Fevicol se'... Jitna time lagega uske liye, utna time tak :)
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Movie Review - Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu...
Movie: Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu (Telugu)
Directed: Gautham Menon
Produced: Gautham Menon/C Kalyan/CV Rao
Story: Gautham Menon
Cast: Nani/Samantha/Krishnudu/Vidyulekha Raman
Yeto Vellipoyindhi Manasu (YVM) - A movie... very practical by story, very real by concept, very good by performances, very touchy by music, very lengthy by time, very testing by patience. Not a new discovery in relations nor a new invention in elations. Still this movie is for a specific class in society and for many who could relate their story (might be a love story) with it. Going by general notion of Love; rightly said that it is not and never a sacrifice and should not be a compromise. It is acceptance (of everything even egos) and togetherness (at anytime even one goes). Those who understand it the best, it is their story and for the rest, it is just another story.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
12.12.12 - (1 more) 1 in 100...
Some days/dates of interest which I have lived in my life... today being one of those.
But, Yeh Dil maange more... even if they are to recur... :)
But, Yeh Dil maange more... even if they are to recur... :)
Thursday, December 06, 2012
DRS for DRS...
The sport, Cricket officially began in 1877 (on 15th March) and Mr.Ambedkar was born in 1891 (on 14th April, after 14 years). In Cricket, the Umpire raises his arm and shows the index finger to confirm any batsman is 'Out' stating that he gets to bat 'Only Once' in an innings. The popular statue of Ambedkar also depicts him raising his arm and showing index finger defining that he meant the 'Reservation System' to be implemented 'Only Once' to get standardization. But current politics are playing poly-tricks to use this again & again for uncanny gain. Both the Umpire's gesture and Ambedkar's posture are right in their way. Now we have 'DRS (Decision Review System)' to verify and correct any Umpiring decision. Unless there is a DRS for this 'DRS (Drifting Reservation System)' this Ambedkar's Country will always stay as a 'Developing' Country. People, it is better to look for appropriate implementation of Ambedkar's policies in the system than to look for resemblances in his posture and someone's pose as an item. Coincidentally, today 6th December is the day when Ambedkar breathed his last. Let us think straight and act fast.
Sunday, December 02, 2012
Movie Review - Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum...
Movie: Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (Telugu)
Directed: Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi (Krish)
Produced: Saibabu Jagarlamudi/Y Rajeev Reddy
Story: Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi (Krish)
Cast: Rana Daggubati/Nayanatara/Kota Srinivasa Rao/Milind Gunaji
Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (KVJ) - A thought provoking show, but lacking the telling blow. Such attempts to bring the social evils to light and to have a right and significant effect on the society need much more facts and technical brilliance. Though most part of the film bears similarities to his earlier movies (Gamyam and Vedam) in concept and has got good photography and laudable dialogues, the director failed to arrest the interest of audience and untimely song sequences & overtimed climax, back-fired & overshadowed the good effort. Not a balanced play and might soon pass away... from the busy minds as the routine grinds. Nevertheless, 'Vandanam to Krish' (Salute to the Director) for his/this 'Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum' (Salutation to the Lord Krishna, teacher to the whole world)...
Saturday, December 01, 2012
Movie Review - Talaash...
Movie: Talaash (Hindi)
Directed: Reema Kagti
Produced: Aamir Khan/Farhan Akhtar/Ritesh Sidhwani
Story: Reema Kagti/Zoya Akhtar
Cast: Aamir Khan/Rani Mukherji/Kareena Kapoor/Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Talaash - The Laash... Talaab mein Laash (corpse in lake), is this story about. The actors deliver their best but this movie might still search (Talaash) long for success due to its dripping and ungripping story line similar to those of Raaz(2) and Shaapit. Barring some scenes of good photography and fine direction, this attempt to present an old concept with the 'perfectionist' became dragging and tongue wagging on Aamir's selection. Well, he might be in 'Talaash' of a failure after a long string of hits as an actor, producer & director; could be to get grounded. As in the movie, he might have some sleepless nights after this release and may need his SOUL-mate to console; Kiran, if not Simran; and help him bounce 'Back in Action' to his success track soon with a 'Dhoom'...
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