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Aug 01, 2001 06:34 PM 2695 Views

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What a let down this movie was..there is a saying..if you can get tickets for a movie in its first week.....dont see it.


Well my sister and I went to see this movie most enthusiastically, but were thoroughly disappointed. I dont know what Raveena won the National Award for...with all due respect...she barely had any dialogues in the movie...and I cant even say that she was portraying her emotions with silence..just facial expressions.....she had a better role in Shool...


As for this movie...the camerawork was so bad...maybe they wanted to show terror and fear and violence..but you actually felt giddy whilst watching the movie because it seemed like the cameraman was on a boat in a choppy sea...the camera kept moving in all directions that much.


The story also did not make much sense...it was probably meant to show spousal violence..but the character of Sayaji Shinde (Raveena's husband) behaved that way with everybody..be it his parents, his brother, his mistress/maid, the villagers, or even his daughter. So it was more about violence per se rather than violence against his wife.


Shaan had an absolutely ridiculous role...and it was difficult to believe that the pigtailed girl (Raima Sen) who was coming from a village was suddenly dancing around in a disco in spaghetti straps.


Also, where and when and even how did Sayaji's mother die is just not shown...and considering that his father absolutely worshipped her (literally...they show him doing aarti of her photograph after she dies)....I wonder where Sayaji became such a hooligan towards his wife from???


Also, after leving her house, Raveena is not really shown struggling for anything...very conveniently a childless lady with a big house finds her and gives her refuge in her house and everything....no struggle there...all one has to do is faint in front of a temple. Where RAveena's parents disappear is a mystery. Or is it that once your daughter is married, you write her off??


I can go on dissecting this and finding extreme loopholes but there wouldnt be any point.


Point remains that this could have been a much better movie and made a lot more sense....and if the cameraman's hand had been a lot more steady.


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