June May 2004
the chaos of becoming a software engineer, where I am still
confused between the 'Esc' key and the 'Enter' key, I continue
to think of what I should become. As I look forward towards
the long path of my future, the very next step looks hazy
my dear friends! This happens not only to me, but many peoples
may be, from various professions
The film begins on a noteworthy scene where a military vehicle
journeys along the highway nearby the LOC. The rest of the
film seems to be a bit targeted away from the LAKSHYA.
The film confuses between being a film about a man's journey
and a film about war.
film by Farhan Akthar: ' It took him 23 years and 18000ft
to find about himself '. The main aspect of finding oneself
is Realization. And that lies just between the '23 years'
phase and the '18000ft' phase. In story-telling, that
juncture needs to be either sharp or strong (if not sharp).
And Farhan fails to show that. He seems confused regarding
what and where this films leads to. The film misses his uniqueness
(DCH). Javed Akthar's screenplay looks outdated.
To prove that the film is good, I got two persons
to mention: Christopher Popp , the cinematographer,
does a wonderful job behind the lens; the way he shot the
Kargil war scenes is awesome. He can be called the second
hero of the film
next to Hrithik.
This film serves to tell that Hrithik mania in Bollywood continues
and will continue. Either in his sincere histrionics suiting
the script, or perfect obedience to Prabu Deva's choreography,
he appears at his best in the well-tailored role.
Last Line: If you enjoy a film by simply watching it,
you won't be disappointed on watching this film; but if you
try to read this film while watching it, you will have a busy
time making out the umpteen errors.
My Movie experiences:
Leenesh - Yuva
Kis - Lakshmi Narasimha
Indian Pride - Tagore
Raj - Boys
Phani - Gangotri
Phani - Khadgam
Vikram - CKR
BKR - Indra (Singapore)
Ram - Indra (Dubai)
Ranjeet - Idiot
King Koduri - Indra
Srilakshmi Katragadda - Mitr: