Tuesday, May 23, 2006

gAngSter

well, this is the first time i'm blogging two posts one after the other, but they were both too important to be clubbed under one 'weekend experience'...

saw a movie called Gangster.... well i never write about my movie experiences and its not that this one was an exceptionally beautiful one that it needed a mention, but some performances really struck a chord deep within. one was that of Shiney Ahuja - i've seen him on screen for the first time, missed all his previous flicks and I cannot believe how well he acted - mostly silent, but the acting was all restricted to his facial expressions - which were superb to say the least! the other was that of the main protagonist Kangana Ranaut. horrible horrible voice to say the least - but what a fantastic performance... had to consciously remind myself that what these two did was a performance and was not real. says enough? well for whoever reading this - it's sufficient to say then that this is definitley worth a watch. the movie on the whole was 'fine'...not excellent, but i felt the performances and some scenes totally clinched the deal for this flick! oh, did i forget the third actor? well, then - let's just forget him... ;)

to the scene in which Daya enters a chawl room with a gun ready to shoot, and falls in love at first sight.... lovely, simply lovely....

3 Comments:

Blogger Obi Wan said...

Shiney Ahuja par to maine bahut pehle paisa lagaa diya tha, lambi race ka ghodha hai! Kangana's dialogue delivery is so pathetic and face so pretty that I really couldn't concentrate enough on her acting :-)

Thursday, May 25, 2006 10:26:00 AM  
Blogger adi said...

and u wont post anything new...

Saturday, August 12, 2006 6:47:00 PM  
Blogger Comic World said...

Hi,i wud like to say one thing abt kangna raut's voice..her voice may be not up to mark but her dialogue delivery is is simply watchable/hearable..any i m a new visitor to ur blog..watched gangster and liked it..specially its taut screenplay and editing and off-course Ya ali...
Normally new movies dont appeal me much as all r lacking the typical indian values in them.

Saturday, March 31, 2007 10:11:00 PM  

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