Showing posts from August, 2006

KANK review

Kabhi alvida Na kehna......Lekin is movie ko main zaroor alvida kahoongi, woh bhi hamesha ke liye.

Relationships are the main theme that the director none other than Karan Johar emphasizes on. Are they really complex or is this script making it as complex as it seems to be? It is a million dollar question.

Expectations are raised by the marketing strategies, previews and trailers to the extent of playing a couple of numbers from the movie on the leading news channels. Is it desperation or promoting publicity? The regular stale star cast consisting of the so called king khan namely Shahrukh, Rani and Preity with the only new addition Abhishek Bachchan and some comic relief from Amitabh Bachchan.

Story is apt for the NRIS with low value systems as the story is based on an extra marital affair, the logical explanation of which is the lack of finding a soulmate.When people search for their prospective life seems that they confuse friendship for love and tie the k…

Shaadi karke phas gaya yaar-movie review

Story of the movie goes like: Boy meets girl in a sari shop of all places, and lo behold, its love at first sight for the guy. Typical wooing by the simple lad, by going as far as getting hold of her personal diary and portraying himself to have similar "These are a few of my favorite things.”

Model girl finds herself falling in love at third sight in a Chinese restaurant and proposes marriage to guy outside a garage. Fellow agrees and gets married. After which, the clash of values begins. Story drags like a goods train which it fails to deliver. Songs are introduced in irrelevelent times and performances by the leading stars are stale.

Salman khan, who happens to be one of my favorites, lacks luster in his expressions and looks tired, while Shilpa Shetty though looks pretty does nothing more than that.Mohnish Behl plays the usual role of a goody-two shoes brother. Direction and story line are amateur. This movie is sure to drop its box office collections by the end of the first we…