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Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara MOVIE REVIEW

Film: Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
Starring: Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif, Farhan Akhtar, Abhay Deol, Kalki Koechlin
Rating: ****
Director: Zoya Akhtar

The witticism, of course, flows. With Farhan Akhtar around, what else can we expect? But the spoken lines (a brilliant fusion of the colloquial and existential) are so doggedly wedded to the visuals that we come away with a complete and satisfying cinematic experience, so replete with life’s most luscious home-truths that we want to carry the plot’s bumper-sticker wisdom in our hearts forever

Farhan Akhtar did it ten years ago, in “Dil Chahta Hai”. He got three friends on the threshold of a career on a road-trip and let them come to terms with their own weaknesses and insecurities, even as Farhan, that wily filmmaker, discovered his own strengths as a storyteller.

Now it’s Farhan’s sister Zoya Akhtar’s turn to take that road trip. Some day we need to figure out the Akhtar siblings’ affinity to films about three male friends on a journey to self-discovery. Suffice it to say that “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” (ZNMD) takes the theme of male bonding to a more illuminating plane than “Dil Chahta Hai”.

As the workaholic money-obsessed stockbroker (Hrithik Roshan), the happy-go-looking-for-his-dad prankster (Farhan Akhtar) and the about-to-be-married-nice-guy (Abhay Deol) set out on trip through locationally lush Spain (ummm, full marks for seductive eyecandy visuals) we follow right behind.

Oh yes, we forgot! This guys’ film is directed by a woman! The feminine touch is nowhere evident in Zoya Akhtar’s direction. She leaves you wondering if delicacy femininity and the opposite of a snobbish misogyny that our desi female directors have been seen to follow, vanished while we were not looking.

ZNMD is a coming-of- age film on many levels. It celebrates the sheer beauty and physicality of location and their deep connection to the characters’ state of mind, without apology or explanation. Trust me. I looked. I couldn’t spot even one unpleasant face or topogrphy in the entire length and breath of this beautiful film.

Yes, the surface is lovely. But so is the soul. Zoya, God bless her aesthetics, sucks us into the beauty of the moment, not giving us any reason to believe that life’s most precious truths are swathed in squalor. ZNMD celebrates splendour. Underwater or up in the air thousands of feet above sea level, the moments of tenderness are not stapled into the climate of camaraderie. They just happen
Technically the film wears its art on its sleeve. Carlos Catalan’s cinematography captures the pain and the fun in Spain without letting the touristic urge take over. Yeah, the film looks fetching. But not at the cost of the characters’ search for bearings in a world that mocks at the beauty of Nature. Editor Anand Subaya doesn’t cut the film. He carves the material in shapes that a jeweller would probably like to imitate if he only knew how.

Every actor seems to the character born. Hrithik’s stuffed-shirt act would have been almost self-parodic were it not so sincere. Abhay Deol is a natural-born reactor. But it’s Farhan Akhtar who steals the best role, lines and moments. He is in his element and the character that evolves in the course of the journey. Oh yes, he gets to mouth his father Javed Akhtar’s evocative poetry.

Katrina Kaif’s Laila is a kind of synthesis of mystique and sincerity that we had seen long ago in Leela Naidu. This film marks the coming-of-age of the Kaif. Kalki in a relatively brief role brings a kind of snide cuteness to the proceedings. Her character is sometimes the brunt of ridicule. She takes it in her stride.

Every major character at some point, appears ridiculous. That’s the beauty of the askew world that Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti’s script tries to make sense with doses of humour and warmth


Rs. 108 crore in 10 days collection from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

Zoya Akhtar’s “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara”, a story of the adventurous road trip in Spain of three friends, is spinning magic at the box office – grossing Rs.108 crore in 10 days.

Released by Eros International, the film starring Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, Abhay Deol, Kalki Koechlin and Katrina Kaif has earned Rs.86 crore at the domestic box office (net collection Rs.60 crore) and Rs.22 crore overseas.

The film released on over 1,800 screens.

“We are ecstatic with the audience as well as critics’ reactions to ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’. The superb run of the film so far, especially across multiplexes, has superseded all expectations and we are expecting the film to continue its excellent performance in the coming week as well,” Nandu Ahuja, senior vice president (Distribution), India, Eros International Media Ltd, said in a statement


Amitabh Bachchan says We dont create controversies deliberately

“And any kind of apprehension about the controversy will be put to rest after the film is released. We deliberately don’t make controversies. We make films to entertain, bring up few points and have poetic justice at the end,” added the megastar, who will be seen as an idealistic college principal in the movie

Prakash Jha’s “Aarkshan”, about caste isseus, is courting controversy for being anti-Dalit and its lead actor Amitabh Bachachan Wednesday clarified that they have made the film to entertain and not to create controversies.

“I definitely believe that the film will be somewhat educative to lot of people. This film was an education for me. I am very hopeful that some of the points we made here will be received well,” said Amitabh while addressing a promotional event here.

Releasing Aug 12, “Aarakshan”, a socio-political drama deals with the controversial policy of caste based reservations in government jobs and educational institutions.

The film has been judged as ‘anti-Dalit’ by the National Commission for the scheduled caste.

“Our film has been approved by the national body (censor board), which approves films in this country. I would like to tell people through media that we have not shown anything in the film which will hurt the sentiments of people,” said Jha.

“I am also a part of the society where reservation is a truth. This film deals with this truth. When you do a film which deals with social issues, there ought to be several point of views. I would like to assure all the honourable leaders that I won’t do any thing which would anger any community. I would do my work with responsibility,” he added.


Freida Pinto coming to Toronto for filmfestival with Trishna

Films produced by Madonna and George Clooney are among 10 films that will have their international galas at the festival. There will be 43 special presentations during the 11-day festival that generates $170 million into the Toronto economy.

Slumdog Millionaire actress Freida Pinto, who made her mark at last year’s film festival with for her role in two films – Woody Allen’s “You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger” and Julian Schnabel’s “Miral” – will be back in Toronto this year also.

Based on Thomas Hardy’s novel ‘Tess of the d’Urbervilles,’ the film is shot in Rajasthan and Mumbai. It tells the tragic love story between the son of a wealthy property developer and the daughter of a rickshaw puller. Riz Ahmed (Centurion) plays the role of the son of the wealthy property developer in the film.

There will be at least four films from India this year, said film festival co-director Cameron Bailey. Asked to name of any of them, he told IANS, “Not yet. You have to wait. We will make these announcement soon.”

Interestingly, this is the first time that a documentary will open the world’s premier film festival.

Guggenheim, who is known for such notable films as “Waiting for Superman,” “An Inconvenient Truth” and “It Might Get Loud,” has shown new interviews, stories and unseen footage from Berlin and Dublin in the documentary about the Irish band which, according to him, has “defied the gravitational pull towards destruction” and “endured and thrived.”


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Salman Khan item song in Bodyguard

Yes, I have shot for the song with Salman bhai and all this seems like a magic. Salman bhai is such a huge star and for someone like him showing such trust in me is nothing short of a miracle,” Shera, who has been with Salman for more than 15 years, said in a statement.

“In front of the whole world, he said that this is my most trusted man. Isn’t that great?

“This is the first time I will be in front of the camera with Salman bhai doing this item song. He just showed me some dance steps and I did a lot of rehearsal before the final take. It was scary and I was nervous. I will never forget this experience,” he added.

Recently Salman had also made Shera unveil the first look of “Bodyguard”.

The film, directed by Siddique and produced by Atul Agnihotri, is a remake of the director’s 2010 Malayalam film, “Bodyguard”. It is scheduled for an Aug 31 release


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