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Morning Show + Item No 32
Jul 24, 2004 02:59 AM 3133 Views
(Updated Jul 24, 2004 03:00 AM)





All the leading mags and newspapers ardently splash exactly what their audience wants to believe - Sex is out of the closet, the exit polls were valid and that Hindi Cinema has finally arrived ( please refer to the soft-porn on 'Delhi Times' and the yearly cover stories of Outlook and India Today )

I have immense respect for Ram Gopal Verma, his factory and his previous movies, so no RGV bitching inside.... I just hope he realizes this movie was one BIG mistake...

The posters say it all, don't they ? Sex sells. Nobody can deny that. And offering tall dreams, in the shapes of Shahrukh and the clones has perennially been Formula no 2. The director just clubbed the two formulas together to form a potentially successful masala. Remix videos and the Girlfriends and Gayabs all simply play out the male fantasies. Didn't we find the Chadti Jawaani video distasteful ? Well, this movie is all that and more...

Since the trailors have explicitly displayed the USP, I'll just spell it out in one line - One big loser in life finds himself blessed with invisibilty, and spends the next 2 hours of the footage showing us how he can bash up the hulky boyfriend and splosh his beloved for the audience to ogle at.

Yes, thats what the movie proceeds like -

(1)Tusshar is a loser - point driven home with a sledgehammer

(2)Antara Cleavage Scene ONE

(3)Tusshar becomes invisible, goes to ogle at Antara in her bedroom

(4)Antara Cleavage Scene TWO

(5)Tusshar beats up Boyfriend and sings

(6)Antara Cleavage Scene THREE

(7)Tusshar beats up Boyfriend Scene TWO

(8)Antara Body Scene ONE

(9) Rest of the unbearable movie

It becomes very easy for the director to portray the boyfriend as evil, the mother as evil, the whole world as unjust. Good job my friend, you did that perfectly. Then came the job of Antara. Why the hell didn't they pick a waste product like Isha Koppikar or somebody for this. It is disgusting to see her in this 3rd class role after a charismatic performance in MMDBC-Hoon. The father is a direct copy of Hrishikesh Mukherjee's hen-pecked husbands. So very stale, that it stinks. Of course, the director-saahab was soooo wrapped up in creating an invisible man, that the story went for a 6, music director chai peene chala gaya. The movie dribbles, dunks and dies a horrible death.

To conclude the story, the evil man turns good and starts working for society...hello ? Another attempt at making the movie tax-free ?

How bad can things get ? Well, it saddens me when movies like Raghu Romeo and Yuva die, and shi**y movies like this get attention and sometimes click too.

As a 19 year old, I hate to aver this cliche' statement, but - ''What is the world coming to ?''

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