Saturday, August 17, 2013

A Quick Take On The Films Of The Season



Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani 

Director : Ayan Mukerji


This confused movie had capitalised on the stale Bollywood gossip about the relationship between an even more confused Ranbir Kapoor & the perenially confused Deepika Padukone : To love or not to love!  But it made good money for everyone concerned. The only sensible storyline was carried forward by Kalki Koechlin and Kunaal Roy Kapur to its logical conclusion, if at all there is any.

Rating : 4 out of 10


Fukrey

Director : Mrighdeep Singh Lamba


A brilliant comedy depicting the predicament of the contemporary youth, laced with a fine sense of humour and intelligence, this movie is an interesting surprise! Though all the new actors have performed pretty well, the brutally honest characterisation of a kinky local Gangster named as Bholi Punjaban, which has been enacted by Richa Chadda, is memorable. Yet another proof that a low-budget production can do wonders, both in its commerce and aesthetics.   

Rating : 6 out of 10


B.A. Pass

Director : Ajay Bahl


One can always expect that the story of an aunty seducing a young boy can be raunchy and sleazy. But one is out for a shock. The first half of the movie is pretty hot and sensual. And the second half gets darker and melancholic, exposing the underbelly of the Indian male commercial sex worker, along with the hypocrisies of the Indian sex life, in all its gory. The voyeuristic hard-on is pulped and crucified in the anti-climactic end of the movie, where the viewer is forced to carry loads of grief and guilt. Had the backdrop been Mumbai, instead of Delhi, the protagonist perforce would have been, hopefully, a tad smarter!

Rating : 7 out of 10



Chennai Express

Director : Rohit Shetty


Rohit must be a real smart Shetty! This movie seems to have already made more than 200 crores in the Box Office. And is supposedly going to make and break all such earthly records. Of course, it is no mean feat. Especially when the stardom of Shahrukh Khan is on the wane. Had never  been a victim of a Rohit Shetty onslaught before. There were two compelling reasons to watch this time : Deepika and Nithila. The success of this movie must be a solace to Shahrukh, at last. For all the torture that one has to undergo during the 141 minutes running time, this trash of a movie ought to be rated as zero, but for Deepika, the eternally delectable lass!

Rating : 2 out of 10





1 comment:

  1. red earth and pouring rainAugust 19, 2013 at 7:32 PM

    dear, nothing about "ship of thesus".

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