Khud pe daal tu nazar
Haalaton se haar kar
Kahan chala re
Haath ki lakeer ko
Hai hausla re
Toh khud tere khwabon ke rang mein
Tu apne jahan ko bhi rang de
Ke chalta hoon mein tere sang mein
Ho shaam bhi toh kya
Jab hoga andhera
Tab paayega dar mera
Uss dar pe phir hogi teri subah
Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda…..
These are the part of lyrics of a song from Anjana Anjani. The words are so meaningful and convey a lot. A real motivational lines. Hope you will like them as our Nanhe has liked them….
Nanhe was suppose to go to for meeting with our Mity. But because of rains that meeting was canceled and Nanhe ended up landing at champ’s place. There was no work for both of them. At 12 noon, Nanhe asked champ to go for some movie. Nanhe was in favor of Shortkut at Sahkar Plaza but champ was not willing due to financial constraints. Champ then told Nnahe that only Sankat City has got good reviews and we should watch that only. We searched BT and found that the nearest cinema it was available was at Uday Cinema in Ghatkopar(W). Nanhe called the theater and enquired about show timings and cost of a ticket. The manager replied it was 20/25 bucks. Nanhe was left shocked and thought it will not be a theater but a video hall sort of. After long discussion champ and Nanhe left the home at 12-20pm. They reached to the cinema and found it to be the one destroyed during the British period. Anyways they bought the ticket and enetered the balcony of the cinema hall. There was total darkness as the movie has begun and there was no one to guide. You can sit anywhere. Nanhe and champ were about to sit when only uncle in cinema hall said that “Wo kursi tooti hai.” They moved a row ahead. Again uncle shouted “Wo gandi hai.” The theater in itself was “so clean” that it didn’t mattered whether the chair were clean or not. The movie started and the screen was divided into two. The upper half of the characters in film was visible on lower half of the screen. Then as time passed by the screen was back to normal. First, Nanhe as always was abusing champ for coming to such a shabby cinema hall but the movie was really funny and so it gripped both Nanhe and champ. Then came the interval. This was the first time that they got opportunity to look around the theater. Awesome man!! The chairs, the screen, the fans, etc. There were 10 people in balcony. The tubelight was also defected and was dancing. After watching the fim, champ and Nanhe left the theater laughing on movie and the cinema hall and yet another stupidity that they did.
But the film is really PAISA VASOOL.
Well the exam pressure is over from Nanhe and he is enjoying and relaxing by seeing some quality movies all this week. As fas as Nanhe is concerned, he is in deep love with the Dark and Offbeat films. The films which are bit different and instead of providing the entertainment, they give you something to ponder over with or discuss with the friends. The film which Nanhe saw just few hours ago is SARKAR RAJ.
The movie has got some extreme reviews with few really appreciating the movie while some going out and out against the film. But the reviews given by critic is totally based on his knowledge and liking and of course prejudice about the film and film maker. So here is the word of advise to you all that please don’t decide which film to watch depending on the reviews or ratings given by the critic. Use your commonsense and just go out for the film. If you do this then their is high percentage that you will not be disappointed. This review rating is all the part of business and you can have your own reviews as well!!
SARKAR RAJ is the sequel of SARKAR (though there should be no comparison of which part was better) and starts from where the first part ends. Abhsihek Bachchan has took the seat of Sarkar and his only motive of the life is ” Welfare of the People”. He continues with his work and in the way he becomes itch for many in the Politics. If you have decent understanding of how the politics is being played or is played then SARKAR RAJ is must watch. Nanhe has always believed that there is so much to learn from each movie, no matter how bad the movie is.
The biggest lesson you get from the movie is that “Jab hum Zindagi apni Shart par jeete hain to usski keemat chukaani padti hai.” It is always better that we are ready for that. How the political games are played and once you develop an understanding of the same you will realize that it is better than the Chess.
Sarkar Raj not only captures a true positive image which embarks upon some leaders, but also the faith and courage that co-exists in their souls to make them what they are.
Coming back to movie, Abhishek is damn good with his get up, performance and everything he does suits him and he has given a superb performance. Aishwarya has done her part very well. But the “Baap” of all the actors and an institution himself, AMITABH BACHCHAN delivers yet another powerful and great performance. He is menacing in his dark dhoti- kurta and Ramu has exploited his talent to the full by giving us tight close ups all through. Big B emotes with subtle flexing of his facial muscles and without resorting to exaggerated mannerisms that seem the standard tool of most ‘baddies’. The new faces in the film are also well moulded and Bala, without any dialogue is very good. The technical aspects is also good and the movie with no songs and dance sequence grips you for odd 130 minutes. The chant of Govinda – Govinda in the background is awesome and it shakes you within. Few of the best dialogues are:
1. “Is project par sirf Imaandar log kaam karenge.”
2. “Jaan Lena Jurm hai, Sahi samay par jaan lena RAJNITI Hai.”
3. “Mantriji se kahiye agar woh Maharshtra ke baare mein sochenge tab Maharashtra unke baare mein sonchega.”
The movie is full of some really very good dialogues. There is something so very especial about RGV is that despite of so many negative reviews and criticism, he has always preferred to make a different film and is treat for movie lovers like Nanhe. He is the one director in the industry who has always set the trend and is delight for the actors too to work with him. ABs have said that Ram Gopal Varma is a different director and its great to have very few people like him.
This uniqueness of RGV is something so especial and you become “Murid” of such a person who despite having failed in experiments delivers again and yet again.
As my fellow blogger bookeazy says: Sarkar Raj does teach you a thing or two. It asks you to look a little deeper into the scenario. It urges you to take action about the corrupt and devilish politicians. Kindly see this movie if you care for our country. Although its just pure fiction, comon.. so what it is?