Saturday, August 20, 2005


I saw Ramgopal Verma’s ‘D’ in the company canteen. We have this weekly movie every Friday after office hours.

What shall I say – Ramu, off late is trying out different type of films – he always does that, but now his focus is on only an aspect – it’s like one fact at one place! Not too much stress on what, how, why – it is and it is like that. No matter, whatever you think, fact is fact! When you talk about a person’s profession, talk about it only, its various aspects, don’t think why he is doing that and what for. (Assume suitable data if necessary)

Good that I saw ‘D’ after I saw Sarkar else the freshness which I found in Sarkar because of character artists would have been missing. Almost all character artists have been repeated. I found the movie so-so. The beginning scene is too long. The good part is Chunkey Pandey – I have mostly enjoyed his performances, though they might not be that conspicuous. It’s kind of strange that I argued with a friend (who thinks I like almost everything about Hindi movies) that Chunkey Pandey is a good performer and was pleasantly surprised to see that he was to feature in ‘D’ (I came to know that when I saw the promos). Pleasant coincidence :)

And last but not the least – Mr D (Deshu) – that’s played by a certain Randeep Hooda. He has kept a straight face all through the movie – no expressions, whatsoever. But then you can’t stop noticing the twinkle in his eyes when he is with his girlfriend and the rare smile when he is with some people – you won’t be able to make out whether he likes them or not?

This is for Sushant Singh – why did you act in this movie? It’s painful to see something close to an antique as just another piece of furniture in the room.


At 7:28 AM, Blogger abnegator said...

the last comment on sushant singh is fantastic..btw who is this person? any movies of his?

At 8:01 AM, Blogger Amrita said...

Sushant Singh played the main villain in RGV's Jungle, a small insignificant part in Josh,was in Ajay Devgan's Bhagat Singh.
Talented guy...hope he gets good roles.btw, seems he is in newly released Sehar (it also has Arshad Warsi)

At 9:55 PM, Anonymous Shraddha said...

Agree with abnegator!!!
comment on Sushant singh is too good!! Exactly what he deserves!!!


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