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Sivaji- the new boss in town...
Jul 18, 2007 11:11 PM 5084 Views

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Sivaji- The Boss . is finally here…J


Director Shankar, who has made it a point to


highlight social issues in his films like Gentleman, Mudhalvan, and


Anniyan, has done it yet again with Sivaji, except that I


think he has taken it a bit far in this venture. watch it and you will know


what I am talking about… here is a little bit from my experience…:)


We had been wanting to see the movie but were


waiting for my uncle’s to land from various parts of the world and then well,


we couldn’t get tickets. wedding happened and then yippee, we got tickets.


booked em online @ Satyam and made our way to the theater that rainy evening.


it was a night show, so not much of traffic and luckily we got to park right in


front of the theater. Crawled inside and got into the theater to discover our


seats were abt 5rows from the screen, Oh, well, cant complain.  atleast we had


loads of leg space… lol.


Because of rains and some last min hitches, movie


started only around 10.45 as against the scheduled time of 10.15. And from


then on till the final titles it was fun, some scenes were really


cool(oh, that’s THE WORD in the movie btw) and some were like “Oh, Gosh, why oh


why do Indian movie makers do this copy paste”…. But the sets, costumes,


special effects had us all in awe, gaping at the screen… Looks like 85cr really


did go into making the movie…


In this movie, Sankar, he highlights the perils


of black money and corruption.Rajni on his part has done a good job and no


matter what, you will be awestruck by the sheer lavishness in the movie…


A rich NRI


from America, Sivaji(Rajnikant)


lands in India


with a mission to accomplish. He wants to do something good for the downtrodden


and the poor. His dream projects: a university and a hospital to benefit the


poor, free service for all . Principle partner in the venture is his own uncle


(Vivek at his all time best, his role is almost on par with Rajni). Of course,


the project has the blessings of Sivaji’s  parents, played by Manivannan and


Vadivukkarasi.


In comes the villain, Adiseshan(Suman), who pulls


out all the stops to ruin Sivaji’s plans. In desperation, Sivaji goes to the


extent of selling his property so he can pay the bribes demanded by all just to


realise his projects. But Adiseshan succeeds in making Sivaji a pauper. So


powerful is he that he even changes the Government to stop Sivaji(unbelievable


scenes). The defining moment of the film is the scene where Adi tosses a


one-rupee coin to Sivaji and asks him to beg on the streets and how Rajni uses


that coin to turn the table about.(This scene is not to be missed)


In between all this, Sivaji falls in love with


Tamilselvi( demure Shriya) They get married ignoring the prediction by the


astrologer that harm would come to Sivaji if Selvi marries him. The way Sivaji


goes abt to get the consent of Tamilselvi’s parents is filled with humour and


imagination. And their neighbour who keeps coming forth saying “if not


here, then come to my house, I have 2daughters, mingle with them, if you don’t


like them, we can remain friends”. hilarious… J


First half of the movie Adi manages to keep pace


with the larger-than-life screen persona of Rajni but in the second half, Rajni


dominates. Then, it is Rajnikant all the way, right down to plotting his own


death to being reborn…


Music by A R Rahman as always grows on you… The


introductory song in Rajni movie always is the most peppy and lively number,


here too the song “Ballelakka”, sung by SP Balasubramaniam and Rahman’s sister


Raihana has us tapping our feet and enjoying the beats…The other numbers are


not so bad, keep listening to em and you’ll


enjoy em eventually…


The movie finally ended around 1.30, we got back home, did a bit of hashing of the movie and then called it a night.


A movie so grand and flamboyant that it gets us


thinking “is this a tamil movie”… Watch it and freak out.


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