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Reviewed London Paris New York

Mar 04, 2012 12:53 PM 2551 Views

I was damn sure that London Paris New York would not be a good film. And by good I mean it would not be intellectual, touching or entertaining(at least). Because that’s how I judge films…they have to either make you think or make you feel or make you laugh…if you've got all three…you've got a fa...Read more

Commented on Paulsb02's review

Nov 13, 2011 04:10 PM

I agree with you mate. Our views are very similar if you see my review. :)

Commented on own review

Nov 13, 2011 12:05 AM

@Prash09: I'm glad you liked the movie and amused that you gave my review a 'Not Useful' rating. :)

Commented on own review

Nov 12, 2011 03:33 PM (Updated Nov 12, 2011 03:51 PM)

@pranay: I do realise it’s a musical. :) Th end for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara was incomplete too...but it was not I felt it was....the average Indian movie viewer doesn't care about 'analysing' a movie (commercial movies and reviews of commercial movie are for the avg. movie viewer ...who sees cinema as entertainment and not as art) ...only people like you and I've probably been exposed to better cinema (read: not just commercial cinema) for many years and hence you're in a position to analyse just like I can....and had the end been goody-goody with Ranbir singing for Nargis and she getting miraculously healed...and they having a happy marriage and 4-5 kids...that would've been a total disaster...I would've loathed such an ending. The current one, though confusing is better than a goody-goody one. :) Umm...reg. Jordan’s erratic behaviour...I agree with you that no one can explain the logic behind every action they take...even I can’t...but he’s erratic about his career, his love, his friends...everything and all the time. Anyway, that’s just what I feel. It’s a piece of everyone is entitled to a different opinion. :) Reg. ’grown up on 3 idiots like sensibilities....narration of a story’ seem to be judging me pal. :( Glad you liked the structure...I spent a good two years of my life writing movie reviews for a I guess that learning comes in handy. :) @akashdeep: I get what you mean mate. :) Sadly Mouthshut doesn’t have rating for ’scripting’ and ’editing’...I’d have given both a 2.Read More

Reviewed Rockstar

Nov 12, 2011 02:25 PM 4252 Views

I’ll start with a bias. I don’t like Ranbir Kapoor. Period. I don’t think he can act. Double period. But, post Rockstar I stand corrected. I think all he ever needed was a director to extract a brilliant performance. And who better would he choose than Imtiaz Ali?(Remember, he turned Kareena int...Read more

Commented on ajeet15's review

Sep 20, 2011 10:53 AM the way I see, I should not spend more than Rs.70 for this movie. If I like it, I'm lucky to have seen a good film at a low price. If I don't, at least the loss is less. :)

Commented on malhotrakhushab's review

Sep 06, 2011 10:01 AM

Could've been more elaborate regarding the drawbacks of the institution. This reads more like a personal attack.

Commented on own review

Sep 04, 2011 07:50 PM

@Jitendra: Thanks Jitendra. It feels nice to know someone shares my sentiments regarding the movie. @Deepak: Thanks a lot. :) It's been quite a while since I've written on Mouthshut and my last review was ROD. Hoping to better my writing with every review and delight my readers. :) @Amiqu: Tha...nks buddy. I'll try and live up to your expectations. :)Read More

Reviewed Bol Movie

Sep 04, 2011 03:07 PM 7859 Views

I’ll be honest that I did go to see Bol with a bias, towards director Shoiab Mansoor. Even before watching the movie I knew somewhere deep inside, that I was going find it dark, disturbing and moving. Bol begins on a rather unusual note, with the protagonist narrating her life’s story to the ...Read more

Reviewed Luck By Chance

Jan 31, 2009 04:00 PM 1405 Views

(Updated Jan 31, 2009 04:05 PM)

Ah! One movie i'd been waiting to see. Not because Zoya is directing it, hell no one knew her before the announcement of this film. I wanted to see the oh-so-talented Farhan Akhtar meet his match in the equally oh-so-talented Konkona Sen Sharma. And its no surprise that he's done exceedingly wel...Read more

Reviewed Yuvvraaj

Nov 21, 2008 01:01 PM 1088 Views

Subhash uncle gave us the not-so-wonderful Yaadein and backed it up with an even more not-so-wonderful Kisna. Kudos! He’s got a hattrick! Yuvvraaj scores in the same league. Arre Subhash uncle picture banani hai toh banao lekin style ke saath substance bhi daalo. Yeh toh cheating hui, ki itni...Read more

Reviewed Roadside Romeo

Oct 25, 2008 12:20 AM 2906 Views

At the very outset, I thought Roadside Romeo would be this mediocre Indian animation film produced by Yashraj (who’ve almost stopped producing good films) and directed by Jugal Hansraj (who could never do anything in films ). But surprise, both both proved me wrong and I’m very glad about the sa...Read more

Reviewed The Last Lear

Sep 14, 2008 02:22 PM 2826 Views

Rituparno surprises me with surprises every time I voluntarily sit to be surprised by his surprising vision. Yes…I know that was a little verbose…..lekin kya kare? Rituparno’s films are so verbose that I can’t help being inspired to improve my command over the language. I loved ‘Raincoat’ and ‘A...Read more

Commented on rocketsingh's review

Aug 18, 2008 10:54 PM

Pathetic review. As Rohit put it rightly, its just too short. No analysis of characterisation, screenplay, music, locals, technicals......nothing at all. This is a joke of a review.

Commented on redingharton's review

Aug 18, 2008 10:52 PM

Even though a single star has been awarded to the film, the reviewer had praised the movie like nobody's business. Ludicrous.

Commented on own review

Aug 15, 2008 08:48 PM

@Farid:Thanks buddy. I'd like to think that my amateur effort being called 'keen knowledge of cinema' is a big thing in itself.I'm not affiliated to films in anyway.....just someone who is keenly interested in motion pictures, done a course in film appreciation and currently pursuing a M.A. in Mass ...Communication. :) @Rohit:Next week hum naya movie leke aayenge sir. :) @Sonia: Thats a real nice comment. I'm flattered. Will try my level best to live upto your expectations. :)Read More

Reviewed Bachna Ae Haseeno

Aug 15, 2008 05:10 PM 2512 Views

What could one expect from Siddharth Anand after a forgetful Salaam Namaste(I refuse to believe that the jokes were genuine ones…they were downright corny) and an even more forgetful Tara Rum Pum(emotional car racing? hello?)? The big question as it were is ‘Kya haseeno ko bachna cha...Read more

Commented on suhasforlove's review

Aug 15, 2008 05:04 PM

Is this a review by any standard?? Where is the link? :O

Reviewed Via Darjeeling

Jun 28, 2008 02:10 PM 2386 Views

Via Darjeeling is an out and out experimental film. Never before have I seen such a story on the Hindi Motion Picture front. The premise is simple. 5 friends are chatting in a living room on a rainy night. A cop Robin Datt(Vinay Pathak), a filmmaker Kaushik(Prashant Narayanan), an actress Mal...Read more

Reviewed Aamir

Jun 07, 2008 07:35 PM 1264 Views

Rajeev Khandelwal - A regular in television soaps for quite a while now became a mini TV God with his ‘Sujal’ in Ekta Kapor’s Kahiin To Hoga. With Aamir he faces the big screen for the very first time. So how does he do? Honestly, he tries his best and gives a good performance. Aamir takes th...Read more