Rang De Basanti anti-reviewI finally feel like I'm a member of the blogosphere again. I watched "Rang De Basanti" yestreen, seemingly one of the last members of the human-race-that-blogs to do so. This is the 135492.32th review of the movie:
(Dire warning: no spoilers ahead, so read at your own peril)
So I watched RDB yesterday (have Pancham fans united to reclaim the cherished brand? - I see a WWF-WWE tussle emerging) and I thought it was. That was because of the acting and somewhat because of the. The story was, but still I couldn't help thinking that they were really. The dialogues were right out of the.
Aamir Khan was, well,. As usual Atul Kulkarni. Perhaps the rest were by it. It was an but ensemble cast, the likes of which usually don't. I disagree with some of the reviews that held that. It wasn't in the case of the Khers and Om Puri, you would have to say. What more can you say to that?
Incidentally, did anyone notice that there were many ? As has been discussed in detail elsewhere, the parallels were and so I'm still to make my mind up on whether. So overall, one would have to say that. The music was used in.
So in summary, my recommendation would be. I wonder if people disagree with any or all of the above?
Dedicated to all those web-writers who gloriously took us through frame-by-frame of the movie (despite which, like any good blogger, I still queued up to pay my Rs. 100-odd) without (and with justification) needing to insert in spoiler warnings. This is exactly what a guy needs to make his mind up. I wonder if anyone revealed the exact kind of pickle Aamir Khan eats along with his paraaThaas? (oops - despite myself, I seem to have let out an important plot hook - drat and damn.)