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ANAARKALI OF AARAH - You praised Amitabh teaching the meaning of a woman's NO in the court, now praise Swara doing the same in a differently authentic manner. (Review By Bobby Sing).

PHILLAURI - It's a confusingly conceived Punjabi film made in Hindi, based on an interesting but inspired idea with the only merit being its emotional climax. (Review By Bobby Sing).

TRAPPED - Post an unconvincing start, it fairly keeps you engaged as a praise-worthy off-beat attempt featuring an impressive solo act and some notable merits. (Review By Bobby Sing).

This Friday's One Line Reviews by Bobby Sing for making your weekend movie plans..

KONG SKULL ISLAND (English) - Though lacks an emotional pull and the original charm, it's still an incredibly made entertaining comic-book adventure to be experienced in a well-equipped theater. (Review by Bobby Sing).

BADRINATH KI DULHANIA - A unique case of the makers returning with the same lead pair, a similar title, identical looks and the same old premise of a wedding, mocking at the viewers patience & choice. (Review by Bobby Sing).

LION (English/2016) - An emotionally uplifting film which once again depicts INDIA in a bad light and we know the westerners do have a fascination for such dark representation of our country since decades. (Review by Bobby Sing).

ANUPAMA (1967) - Its touching emotional climax and DDLJ - By Bobby Sing.

COMMANDO 2 - Focusing on suspense instead of action, Vidyut gets no support in this poor and so casually conceived film unfortunately. (Review By Bobby Sing).

LOGAN (English/Hindi) - You will make faces, tighten your fists and do several things going through this brutal, cold blooded must watch thriller for sure. (Review by Bobby Sing).

 
 
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Before this new age wave of low budget experimental movies in the present millennium, there were not many directors in Bollywood who could have dared to make a film on the subject of Eunuchs. But there was one man who had a fabulous cinematic vision to make such a project based on this neglected community inspired from a true incident. And he was Mahesh Bhatt, already famous at that time for his many offbeat & controversial masterpieces such as ARTH, SAARANSH, SIR, DADDY, NAAM and more. But with Tamanna in 1998, the director touched new heights of his creative expression, extracting more than one worth watching performances in the same movie from its talented cast.

The film was written around a true incident of Mumbai when a eunuch called Tikku, picked up a new-born girl-child from a road side dustbin and then looked after her as a real parent. Though Tamanna may not be found in many must watch lists of Bollywood movies over the net. But once you have watched it you may wonder why it is not there among the top bracket of all those listings.
 
It starts from the sequences of a newly born girl-child being thrown out of a millionaire’s house and then moves into her adolescence age with some highly sensitive sequences which are sure to make you go numb with tears in your eyes. Later the emotional drama reaches its height when the girl comes to know about the truth of her guardian’s identity and her own status of an abandoned child. And in between these outbursts you get to see some exceptional acting skills from two well known actors of Bollywood namely Paresh Rawal and Manoj Bajpai. Here I would like to add that the scene, where the eunuch personality of Paresh gets revealed in front of Pooja, can be easily included in the list of best ever scenes canned in the history of Hindi Films and you simply got to see it before reaching any further conclusion of yours. The film was not only a bold first of its kind attempt in Bollywood but it was also one of those few first films which bluntly talked about GIRL FOETICIDE in the year 1998. And now the same problem has reached an alarming state and is being discussed on every channel, magazine and newspapers quite regularly. In fact that is what we call A CREATIVE WORK DONE WAY BEFORE ITS TIME
 
Paresh as Tikku is simply outstanding giving a text book kind of performance in the role of an innocent, helpless eunuch, which can easily be included in his 10 career best performances. But Manoj Bajpai as Salim, stands along with him with an equally appreciable act of Tikku’s only childhood friend. And its truly an incredible experience to watch both these veterans together on the screen giving such in-depth performances in this offbeat film based on an unusual theme. In the lead role, Pooja Bhatt impressively proves that talent lies in her genes but TAMANNA completely belongs to Paresh and Manoj together…..unarguably. Though towards the end, the film goes back to a typical Bollywood kind of climax but still I would like to strongly recommend it to the viewers who love intense emotional dramas and don’t mind shedding some of their valuable tears while watching a movie.
 
So if you want to see a director’s vision transforming the so called UGLY into THE BEAUTIFUL, then watch TAMANNA. If you want to see what friendship really means, crossing the boundary of genders, religions and castes then watch TAMANNA. And if you want to see how human emotions can be depicted in a powerful, energetic way on the silver screen then watch TAMANNA by one of the most controversial yet immensely talented director Mahesh Bhatt.

And I would like to end this write-up with a famous couplet of Nida Fazli which has been also used in one of the songs of the movie.
“Ghar Se Maszid Hai Badi Door, Chalo Yun Karlein,
Kisi Rotey Hue Bachey Ko Hasaaya Jaaye.”
 
Directed By Mahesh Bhatt
Starring : Paresh Rawal, Manoj Bajpai, Pooja Bhatt, Sharad Kapoor and more.
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19 February 2012 / bobbysing /
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The latest offering from Bollywood once again reveals the dark side of today’s “Review Market” prevailing in the Industry. Where last week’s EK MAIN AUR EKK TU didn’t really deserved the 3-4 stars ratings given by many, the current week’s EKK DEEWANA THA also doesn’t deserve the 1-2 star ratings given by most of the critics, stating it as a very poor film. So there is evidently a huge imbalance in the reviews which largely get influenced by the production house and stars in the film instead of the product’s actual content.

Coming to EKK DEEWANA THA, it certainly isn’t any great piece of art or path-breaking film with some fresh ideas. It talks about the same ages old love story between two young souls, who not only have a slight age difference but who also come from two extremely diverse regional & religious backgrounds causing all the problems. The script can easily be called predictable as we have already seen the same emotional drama umpteen times before on the screen. But still EDT isn’t a complete washout as being written in many reputed reviews. It’s a sweet film with a refreshing first half which keeps you engaged and entertained till the interval. Plus it also has its moments post intermission resulting in an above average film far better than many craps churned out by some big production houses in the name of Love Stories.
Following the current remake trend EKK DEEWANA THA is the Hindi version of director Gautham Menon’s earlier 2 hits namely VINNAITHAANDI VARUVAAYAA (Tamil) and YE MAAYA CHESAVE (Telugu). In the initial reels it even reminds you of Kamal Hassan-Rati Agnihotri starrer EK DUJE KE LIYE which also revolved around a love affair in some similar circumstances. But as it progresses it moves on to a different path involving an interesting marriage sequence and its loving results.
So what’s watchable in this routine love-saga? The answer comes in the form of Amy Jackson, Manu Rishi and to a certain extent Prateik too. However the sole charmer in the film remains Amy who looks stunningly gorgeous especially in the Indian outfits. Though she doesn’t get a well defined character (who remains confused) along with a poor make-up in many scenes, still she keeps the viewer hooked on to her innocent beauty till the end and acts well. The second reason why EDT rises above a routine love story is Manu Rishi, who holds the film together with his natural style and entertaining one liners particularly in the first half. But if only he had something more to do in the script, it would have resulted in a much finer product for the audience.
Prateik manages to impress in his casual approach towards the role but the boy seriously needs to work harder on his dance and emotional scenes. At times both his body language and dialogue delivery goes in an awkward zone which hampers the impact of his otherwise fine performance. In the supporting cast Sachin Khedekar performs the best as Prateik’s friendly father.
Apart from the actors it’s the Cinematography (taking you on to a Kerala tour) and few songs by A. R. Rahman which together raise the standard of this routine love story. Yet the maestro isn’t in his full form as he once again gives a soundtrack below expectations with traces of “Kabhi Kabhi Aditi” (Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na) in his “Hosanna””.
Actually EDT is a fine film till the intermission and it doesn’t disappoint the viewer despite of having a routine storyline mainly due to its fresh pair and Manu. In fact this is the reason why Love Stories have always been there in every decade featuring two unknown faces since they can easily make an instant connection with the public and can deliver a Hit.

But EDT is not able to reach that crescendo due to its pretty weak second half and a prolonged climax which eventually ends on an “All is Well” note unexpectedly. It would have been a different film altogether if it had a more realistic climax where there was no re-union of the lovers but they still remained friends living their separate lives in two different parts of the world.
The writers falter in a big way as they are not able to define the character of the girl in a justified manner. Yes a girl in love always remains in a dilemma, when it comes to choosing between her boyfriend and her parents. But the writers here give no proper justification for the love birds parting away from each other all of a sudden. Moreover it all starts dragging in the last 30 minutes without any purpose, which fails to leave any loving impact on the viewers.
In my opinion the love-affair in the film should have ended right there in the Taj Mahal corridors showing a married Amy saying good bye to Prateik and the film should have ended with everyone praising the directorial venture of Pratiek being loudly cheered by Manu Rishi standing along with him in the theater. That would have been a more ideal and realistic ending of a tragic love story as I see it.
Anyhow, in its present version EKK DEEWANA THA is a sweet film with a fine first half and a beautiful Amy which surely can be watched once without any doubt. So if you are really interested in love stories, then please forget all the negative reviews you might have read about the movie as it certainly isn’t that bad at all as projected in those well publicized write-ups. And its undoubtedly much better than the last week's EK MAIN AUR EKK TU.
Ratings : 3 / 5 (including 0.5 only for Manu Rishi)
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18 February 2012 / bobbysing /
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(Spoiler – The review reveals the plot and climax, so it is suggested to read it after watching the film.)

Valentine Day is here and so is Dharma Production’s another glossy film based on a love story with the same routine developments inspired from more than one films from the west. Releasing with a perfect planning & timing, offering the viewer nothing fresh in real terms, EMAET is a clear example of the fact that in India we are now more into making business projects and less films on some new stories.
No doubt EK MAIN AUR EKK TU has two fine performances from the lead pair Imraan and Kareena. But in absence of anything fresh in store for the viewers (other than its confused climax), the fabulous acts fail to make the desired kind of impact on the audience. Whereas Imraan surprises with his controlled performance, Kareena delivers an extension of what she earlier did as Geet in “Jab We Met”. Though it does have some enjoyable moments which occasionally make you smile and laugh, yet due to the same old routine developments, the film cannot be rated much higher, intelligently timed for a Valentine release.
Truly speaking EMAET can easily be termed as a foreign dish served with some Indian toppings and masalas, which actually ruin the real taste of the recipe all together. In reality the problem is that at one end our young film-makers are pretty inspired from the western films, their directors and want to try something unique on those similar lines. But on the other, our Indian market, traditions and the concept of love, don’t allow them to cross certain boundaries which in turn results in a pretty weak product hanging in between, reaching nowhere. Now let me try to explain what I found deliberate, illogical and unloving in this Love Story.
The film starts off with all seen before kind of scenes relating to Imraan’s arrogant and classy parents forcing all their wishes on to their child. And the child is now a grown-up architect (of 25+), working in a big foreign company but still so dumb to continue to be the puppet of his ruling parents. Now after he gets fired from his job, Imraan meet this full of life girl Kareena and they spend some good time together in a pub drinking heavily. In their drunken state they even get married unknowingly and become an official couple as per the law. And from here onwards EMAET copies its initial main plot straight from WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS (2008) and the Mexican film RECIEN CAZADO (2009).
But in a very amusing way, the first time director Shakun Batra makes an Indian change in the idea and puts some clothes on to the naked people in his script. In both the original films, the couple find themselves naked in a bed together in the morning and scream loudly as they come to know the truth of their shocking marriage. However in EMAET, the couple wakes up in their full clothes on, lying on the same bed and then start screaming. The presentation clearly shows that we still have dualistic minds working behind the projects wherein some film-makers are coming out of the shell with films like “The Dirty Picture” and some still want to make movies as per the old rules.
The fact is proved again later in the film, when the couple files for an Annulment in the court (a legal procedure for declaring a marriage null and void, different from divorce) and the Judge asks them a question about their Sex life saying , “Did you have Sex together?”. To this Imraan replies ‘No’ and Kareena says “Yes”. Justifying her strange reply, she further adds, “No, not with him, but I thought you were asking with other people”. Now this was quite confusing as far as characterization is concerned, because the film nowhere talks about sex in the short life of the married couple ever in its narration (may be because its an Indian film). Strangely it neither happens on the first night of their unplanned wedding, (when they were both madly drunk) nor at any later stage when they both stay in the same home for days. Still, Kareena openly admits having sex with others and not Imraan. Probably she was not fond of boys from the Indian origin and hence was not sexually interested in him for that very reason.
Using the borrowed plot of a sudden marriage in its first half, EMAET later moves on to its own path inspired from two other film-makers namely Woody Allen and Richard Linklater (of BEFORE SUNRISE and BEFORE SUNSET fame). But here the inspiration is more related to the treatment of the subject only which revolves around just two people on the screen and their enlightening conversations about love. Shakun Batra takes a brave step in conceiving a project focusing on only two characters in the script and he handles them well too. Yet, in what pressure he still goes on to add many over-used kind of sequences post intermission, remains questionable.
Among these above mentioned sequences in the second part of the film, is a highly objectionable and sick scene introducing Kareena’s parents to the audience as well as to Imraan. In the said scene, on seeing a pet dog in the house, Imraan freaks out and asks Kareena to please keep the dog away as he feels uncomfortable with them. Listening to this Kareena’s father laughs and says “Don’t worry my boy, Just tickle his balls and it will be fine”. Now I have never heard this kind of ridiculous thing from a pet-owner ever. What kind of humor was that or why the audience were supposed to laugh at it, remains completely out of my understanding. In clear words, it can only be thought of by a pervert and not an animal lover who has a loving pet in his house. Indeed a great piece of writing by both the writer and the director.
Coming to the open climax of the film which I found highly unrealistic, impractical and illogical, I am surprised that many critiques have appreciated it with an open heart. In short, the couple gets out of the marriage through a legal process but still remain friends. Impressed by the girl’s spirit of living life, Imraan falls in love with Kareena which gets disapproved by her with a reason that she never saw Imraan as her life partner (sounds heard before).
In the final minutes of the film, we are told that even after Kareena’s refusal to Imraan’s offer they both remain very close friends. But Imraan keeps loving her from his heart and is ready to wait for her till eternity. Now even after knowing the fact, Kareena is still shown pretty busy and concerned finding another girl for Imraan (as Genelia did for him in “Jaane Tu Ya Jane Na”). Plus she is also on the hunt of a good husband for herself too since she doesn’t see Imraan in that place. Here, isn’t it an absurd kind of relationship which is not at all practical in the real life.
In reality the moment, a girl knows that a close friend loves her dearly but she doesn’t have those feelings for him, she actually steps back, explaining the situation to him in a decent friendly way. After this explanation, they both can remain friends but not close friends, as the girl from the inside knows that the boy loves her and she needs to maintain a distance from him as she is not interested and it may create problems in future. But in the film the relationship ends on this absurd note where the boy is lovingly waiting for the girl and the girl is finding more better options both for him as well as for herself. I hope I am able to explain the situation correctly and perhaps many of the readers may not agree with the viewpoint here. But for me, the ending was not at all logical and enlightening.
Talking about Cinematography, EMAET has some great foreign visuals but a weak soundtrack with nothing exceptional in its songs except an above average party track called 'Auntyji'. In fact music is regularly coming out be the weakest feature of many new ventures, which indeed is a matter of utmost concern for all producers. The film is largely based on only two characters yet Ram Kapoor shines the most in the supporting cast, with the rest doing their routine acts as seen earlier.
In all EK MAIN AUR EK TU is undoubtedly a daring attempt by the debut director, but it’s also highly inspired, confused and impractical in its on-screen execution. If only the producer-director could have thought of a novel concept for their love story it could have been a gem. However for now it will surely enjoy the benefits of a Valentine Week release planned perfectly.
Ratings : 2 / 5
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10 February 2012 / bobbysing /
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People often ask me that why I love movies so much? They ask me why I consider them as important as a divine book or teacher?  Most of the times, I can’t answer, because honestly I neither am able to find the right words nor I am willing to ruin the beauty of this thought by putting it in writing. So usually, I prefer to remain silent having a gentle smile on my face.

But whenever I see a film like HACHI which is nothing short of a divine scripture, I feel like shouting from the roof top saying YES, I love movies………, I eat and drink movies for the sole reason that they teach me how to live. And yes I keep nourishing this passion of mine constantly because they still make beautiful life teaching films such as HACHI.

Based on a rare, unbelievable and all true real life love story of a Dog and his master, HACHI is unarguably equivalent to a genuine spiritual teacher who makes you aware of your precious life and its loving moments you spend along with your loved ones. But it becomes even more important as a film since it moves ahead of the commonly known love between two human beings and takes you into a more heavenly world of a Dog’s true and lovable devotion towards his master.
Reading this, you might start thinking of many other famous movies made on this similar subject. But here without revealing the main storyline of the film, I would like to assure that HACHI will give you something which you can never ever imagine happening in the real life. It starts off very calmly without anything great happening in its initial moments but as it reveals its basic plot, the film sweeps you off completely and you remain stunned knowing the true story which really happened almost a century back.
A journey into the innocent world of a motive-less and truthful love of an adorable Dog, HACHI is far better than all those personality development books becoming the best sellers in the market. It slaps us with its message that LOVE doesn’t always demand returns and favors. And it can wait endlessly for its beloved to return to him forever. Truly speaking there have been many movies which do make the viewers cry with their emotional content. But in HACHI you get tears along with a sweet smile in your heart. It’s a film which makes you cry like never before and you simply don’t mind all those precious drops coming out of your eyes quite effortlessly.
To sum up, there are very few movies, which have the power to teach us the real meaning of the words like love, life and emotions. Movies which go straight down to the deepest core of our hearts, irrespective of any region, religion or language.
Movies which give a new dimension to our feelings as never felt before and which ought to be shown to every child in our homes, so that they might learn their lesson of life from it and try to become a better human in their future years.
HACHI is one of those rare admirable movies.
Without writing anything more about it, I would only like to say that after watching it I couldn’t think of anything else and straight went to my Labrador friend sleeping calmly besides my bed……., I woke him up and took him in my arms with all my love and started crying.
I cried because the film reminded me of a big scary thought.
My speechless, loving friend is now more than 11 years old and all the readers who do have a pet in their homes would lovingly understand what that age really means.
Hachi - The Real Lovable Dog's Original PictureThat’s what HACHI did to me………………..and that’s what I pray it may do to everyone watching it ever.
Looking at this Original Picture of the real HACHI, I humbly Salute to the true love of this blessed soul who had such heavenly devotion for his master!
HIS BLESSINGS
Directed by Lasse Hallstrom
Starring : Richard Gere, Joan Allen, Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa and more.
(A big thanks to Vamsi and Hemu for informing me about this precious gem.)
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08 February 2012 / bobbysing /
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