Articles tagged with: Paresh Rawal
A more of a leer and simpler kind of drama by Ashwini Dhir, Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge is quite different from all the frenzied laugh acts that have been trying to make its audiences laugh recently in Bollywood. The movie does not even try to convince you that life is full of smiles and laughter, where as it just goes on creating condition where in you feel the warmth and smile off with a known eccentricity of the decipherable situations.
It’s current and topical. Ram Gopal Verma returns back to his old lets dissect the world attitude with the go fast kind movie, Rann. Though it runs on some predictive lines, the movie has a gripping touch that keeps its audiences not to move out for popcorn. There is businessman-politician-news baron at work that brings out the whole known story of the media world, news battle and the hackneyed politician chronicle that tells you that “sensationalism” is not the only buzzword in the business of news.
Go with your friends or family or alone, it does not matter as Paa is a worth watch with anyone. Although you do expect the tragedy somewhere near the climax and some sentimental moves throughout the movie, Paa has got much to more to love along with its drolly-named central character. Amitabh Bachchan is truly not recognizable in his role as Auro and not over the top director R. Balakrishnan has endured the message about Progeria without much upheaval.