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November 30, 2012

In search of "Talaash": Movie Review

The film, which had all the eyes on to it, is finally in theaters now. The first thing I must say about the films featuring Amir Khan as lead is-“Houseful of audiences” from morning till evening. Earlier it were the magical films of Golden Era or single screen theaters, which experienced such magic, But it is only Amir’s films managing to stand out strong in the multiplex trend with the same glory.

The film begins with the intentional blur on the screen, playing Muskaane Jhoothi hain in really notable voice of Suman Sridhar, showcasing some faces, which are sad, hiding their pain or learning to live with it.

And, when the blur fades out, a night scene of a seaside road in Mumbai fades in, filming the same hopeless and tired people at the middle of the night. Suddenly, a car runs and rashes on the road, even before you can really settle yourself in your seats and relax, the terrible accident, making the car fly in air and fall in the sea alongside, shocks you with disturbance. Disturbance that lasts throughout the film and disturbance you fall in love with eventually.

Amir Khan is introduced right after the accident happens, as inspector Shekhawat, serious, poised and dedicated. The dead person in accident happens to be a film star, making this case high profile and complicated. As the accident happens near a famous red light area of the city, it takes inspector Shekhawat (Amir Khan) to the notorious roads, where pimps and prostitutes rule or are being ruled in their own ways. Here he meets Rosy (Kareen Kapoor), who claims to be an A+ category whore and famous for satisfying here customers with love and passion. She offers help to Amir for whatever he is searching for, fetching Amir’s attention towards her ‘till the end’.

These streets too unfold people who are blackmailers and criminals at small or big level. Nawajjudin Siqqiui gets a remarkable presence here. A lame helper boy, working under a guy named Shashi, who happens to be involved in murder case of the film celeb.

Apart from this High Profile celeb car accident mystery, a dull and sad personal life of inspector Shekhawat (Amir Khan) moves as the sideline factor featuring Rani Mukerjee as his on-screen wife Roshani. Roshani is a lady, who is fighting through psychological issues after the death of her only 8-year old Son-Karan. This troubles Amir but more that troubles him is the complicated case strangled in regret of his past as he believes his son died because of his irresponsible attitude.

Throughout this process, he seeks for the truth, searches for it everywhere and chases it hastily. Meanwhile Roshani (Rani Mukerjee) is busy in talking to her son through a lady, who can talk to spirits. This disgusts Amir and makes him feel bad about her wife’s mental condition. To get rid of all this, he prefers meeting Rosy, where he feels a different sort of peace.

Floating between action, frozen time, investigation and memories of past, the story ends up unfolding an unbelievable yet acceptable ending to every character’s “Talaash”. But, what freezes Amir is the fact and truth that since the case happened to his life, he was talking with a Ghost. Simran’s Ghost. The thing he never believed in, happens to him in his this very life, leaving him clueless, speechless and restless. But ultimately, he manages to find all the answers and prefers to find a new way towards life.

The Technique:

The film unfolds so beautifully that audiences are to get a hint of what to happen next exactly the moment before it appears to screen. That gives a wooah feel to everyone projecting the next scene in his/her mind and getting exactly the same on screen in very next moment. This is what you call hook a guess. It keeps you laced throughout and without letting you feel like blinking your eyelashes a bit.

I must say Reema Kagti (Director-Talaash), along with Amir Khan (lead protagonist) have worked with such a brilliant passion. Every minute detailing tells this, each suspense, every next scene and shot are coded beautifully like a coded programming by software engineer. You cannot have the whole program running if you miss a single code and this is what can be seen clearly here. The coding is so seamless that you don’t lose interest for a single second; neither you get to know very soon what the story is going to be all about.


All the songs are played in background and you kind of love them being played through the big sound systems of big screen. But, without of background score of Movie, I must say, there hasn’t been such an impact. Perfect background score, expressing it all…!!


Amir Khan does justice with his role and performs with enough passion required to bring an Inspector Shekhawat to life.

Karina Kapoor looks too pretty in her roadside seductress’s role and keeps the viewers hooked with her mysterious yet stylish dialogue delivery.

Rani Mukerjee has performed convincing enough. Seeing her away from screen for years had made most of her fans think twice before considering to watch her films. After all, how much time it takes for a forgotten heroin to forget acting. Anyways, but this doesn’t go with Rani. She did perfect in the role assigned to her.

Ahaan! Special mention for the wonderful dialogues by Farhaan Akhtar and Additional dialogues by Anurag Kashayp. They made the story too way beyond it could have reached normally.

And, when it comes to special mentions, the stimulating lighting bangs a remarkable attention. How perfectly the lighting has been designed that every scene comes alive carrying the essence of every emotion, which the director wants to portray, character wants to reflect and audience wants to perceive. This sensation created by magical lighting keeps you entangled to it as light entangled the bumble bee... :)

Recommendations: I loved watching it and found myself thrilled and delighted. The climax drenched the blood in my nerves for a flash of second. Now it’s your call. I think that was convincing enough.

Looking forward for your reviews on my review.

PS: I didn't simplify the story intentionally. After all, you all too deserve to have a good show... :) Enjoy

November 24, 2012

Disappointment, what else?

The last stone of miles that Yash Chopra traveled in Bollywood industry aka ‘Jab tak hai Jaan’ couldn’t turn itself into a milestone to be remembered forever. I would not say the film failed to create a buzz, I would rather say, this film didn’t even attempt to do the same. Discuss about pre-release agenda or post release, the only thing that appeared common was, the people associated with this film only kept talking about profit it would make and it made respectively.

How insecure the producers and actors were, they only wanted to showcase the world that they dared to make a big budget film and somehow managed to get the fair returns on the same.

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It was so funny to see Komal Natha’s box-office report on etc channel, in which, he was constantly convincing the audiences that (Kulmila k) all in all the film has covered its expenses really well and created a good profit share, which shows, it is a successful film. Interestingly, he counted all the major options of getting returns back on the investment made by YRF, be it DVD selling rights, broadcasting rights, international tourism rights and blah blah.

Since the time film released, all the news channels and other entertainment channels were talking about the total earning this film is making and whether Son of Sardar is leading in making the profit share big or Jab tak hai Jaan. I mean what is this? Were these film produced to race with each other for profit? If yes then why the hell they were showcased to poor audiences? Or may be audiences were the meters to count the profit share and finalize the leader. What else such collaborative nonsense can bring to the world, if not Disappointment?

Where the hell is any discussion about story, screenplay, work of actors and other rest of things, which a normal audience looks forward to, when a new film hits the silver screen? Here the discussion is not about how the film worked or how the story was, what troubles me is the way it is just being limited till profit making. This insecure series of discussions has ashamed everyone, who ever believed that cinema is reflection of art, first and then a source of earning. Yash Chopra’s last creation failed to make it big and prevented the final stepping stone to become milestone.

PS: The post wasn’t meant to hurt anyone’s feeling; it’s just a clear observation, which needed to be constructed in words.

November 21, 2012

Kasab Fallen… what next??

Being the writer, who began to blog with the clear purpose of spreading love and sharing pain through her words, is today amazed to see herself typing for the issue called terrorism.

Kasab was hanged today morning (21 November 2012), 7:30 A.M. paying tribute to the lives of 166 people, who were assassinated during the brutal attack of 26/11. This will surely tell the whole world that arrested terrorists are not treated as guests in India. Sooner or later, they are treated the way they should be. This step has given a bit of contentment to the families and relatives of dead and injured in this attack, which they have been looking since the day they faced the dark day of 26/11 in their lives.

But, the only thought, which troubles me is, what next…??

The mask, which appeared as publically accused face of the ruthless massacre on 26th day of November has fallen. Kasab is no more! But everyone knows he was just a mask. What about the real faces, who veil themselves behind such masks? Who is going to deal with them, when will they be dragged to the platform and get their necks tightened in the nooses?

Kasab was a teenager, born and brought up in not so good conditions in Pakistan. As much as I have been able to Google about him, poverty and disruption of his daily desires were the valid reasons behind he turning shoplifter or ruffian. This was the point, where transforming him into a terrorist and fueling him enough to make such a big and brutal massacre take place was someone else’s talent I would say. The talent of those who cover their horrible faces behind such pawns and keep carrying out major incidents of terrorism in our country.

It has taken us 4 years to deal with one “mask” and it is not tough for any normal human being to estimate that how many of these “new masks” must have been produced within this time period. The point is how long we will keep fooling ourselves by chasing, arresting and hanging the pawns…

Kasab, who was hanged till death in this morning, was just a ragdoll and many like him are stocked up with people, who are enemies of people’s smile and happiness. But, still it has given a reason to smile all those, who had witnessed the painful days after 26/11 was brought to their lives, headed by the Kasab-the pawn, and monitored by the real faces, handling the remote control to damage others' lives, yet not having the courage to face it all…

One pawn has fallen, thousands are being prepared and stocked up in the hidden bays of terrorist master minds. Now what next..?

November 8, 2012



We turned our love into a relation…
A relation in that, the world can allow us, to love forever
A relation that came with few hopes and expectations
Few needs to share pain and spread happiness
But now when it is all set, we don’t spread happiness, neither we share pain
We look at each other, blankly and wait, who will begin first to spread the smile
We turn back at look in the void, expecting the either one to share the pain
We have tried speaking, tried talking, done with yelling and ended up crying
It’s not that either one of us is happy or either is sad,
The only thing is that we couldn’t find the way to stop it from being that bad
To turn or love legal, we given up all that we had
Now the heart feels, being just lovers without any relation wasn’t that bad…!!

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