Solo is an anthology of four tales based on four elements – Fire, Water, Wind and Earth. Dulquer Salmaan is the common element, playing four different characters in each story. And this incredible feat has earned him a lot of praise from the critics, though they were less favorable for the movie’s treatment and preference to style over substance.
Bejoy ‘s writing is joyful and engaging, and he has used different color tones, music and even backdrop for the four stories.
Overall, Solo is a gorgeous-looking film. It has its definitive colour and some cosy moments.
(Spoiler free opinion)
Sakhavu leaves a message by taking us through its two main lead characters. The story of the film is just the same old thing but the film’s purpose is to be an eye-opener and an inspiring story.
The pacing of the film may test our patience likewise take an anticipated turn.
By the by, Sakhavu has got its heart at the perfect place. The film will move you and can be an eye-opener for some. Yet at the same time, the film could have been a lot better.
Conclusion: Sakhavu is decent one-time watch.
(Spoiler Free Opinion)
Mani sir’s film is a celebration for cinephiles. The euphoria is so much that the entire industry wants ManiRatnam to emerge as a winner.
First of all this isn’t one persons opinion, I promise you this is one of the best Manirathnam’s movie ever. I feel like the other people saw a completely different movie.
Having said that, what’s amusing about Mani sir is his ability to extract the visual output from cinematographers. Cinematography is a big asset, no surprises because Mani loves his shots to be picture perfect. AR Rahman’s soundtrack is the icing on the cake.
Like most of his films, Mani sir uses nature as a powerful tool for narration. Visually, Kaatru Veliyidai is beautiful, beyond anyone’s imagination.
With Mani sir, the premise doesn’t matter, the characters do. And the way they fall in love.
Conclusion: Kaatru Veliyidai is for grownup audience. Others please ignore watching it.
Dangal is the biopic of coach and wrestler, Mahavir Phogat, Hailing from Haryana, Phogat trained both his daughters, Geeta and Babita to challenge at the international levels and bring home gold medals. This film portrays his journey. The film stars Aamir Khan, Sakshi Tanwar, Sanya Malhotra, Fatima Sheik in crucial roles.
Unlike his previous films, Aamir played a ageing father to two grown-up daughters. How frequently do you see an super star surrendering himself to a character role? The actor took pains to learn wrestling. Despite the fact that he has a small part in the movie where he grapples with his colleague, he ensures he looks like one.
No single character in Dangal looked strange. They are stuck together by their craving to set up an extraordinary show. How regularly do you see an amalgamation of raw talents of Fatima Sana Shaikh, Sanya Malhotra, Zaira Wasim, Suhani Bhatnagar, Sakshi Tanwar, Aparshakti Khurrana and Girish Kulkarni in the big budget movie? There is no big surprise then why Dangal is rocking at the box office.
This could be Aamir’s best movie till date. Yes, far better than Lagaan.
Finally, we have a film that discuss about the real struggle of a wrestler. People who watch this film may never take wrestling as their profession, however one thing is for sure, the regard for the sport will undoubtedly increase.
If you haven’t watched yet, do block the date and go watch ‘Dangal’ in your nearest cinema hall. You will thank me later!
Some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.
I always believe that most everything comes from nothing. An idea is easy to copy, but experiences are very hard to replicate.
It’s not everyone who has a team who is reliably kind and understanding, and I feel that I’ve been so much blessed.
Some of my friends have left ZOHO but are still in constant touch with me.
Thank you for the 3 years of warmth, friendship, and support. I couldn’t have done it without you, nor can I take the next steps without your help.
There’s never been completion in my career because I’ve always been striving for that next thing.
Thanks folks 🙂
Streets of Chennai in Pseudorealism
Pseudorealism, also spelled pseudo-realism, is a term used in a variety of discourses, connoting any artistic and dramatic technique, or work of art, film and literature based on non-realistic ideas but intended to be received by the viewer as based on reality.
The Walk is the true story of a young dreamer, Philippe Petit, and a band of improbable enlisted people who together accomplish the impossible: an unlawful wire stroll in the massive void between the World Trade Center towers.
The Walk is not only a tale about testing human abilities and overcoming difficulties. It’s about the same franticness that drives individuals to scale treacherous mountain peaks and dive into unknown depths. The film is additionally a warm tribute to New York City and its changed horizon after 9/11. Never missout to watch this in IMAX experience—it’s the closest we may come to strolling on a high wire at 1,350ft.
A.G. Amid’s Rajathanthiram: Instead of taking up the conventional or the attempted concept of making a film, the director Amid has excecuted the movie by his conviction on the gathering a new plot to portray a con-film.
Rajathandhiram outsmarts you each time and makes you sit on the edge of the seat. Rajathandhiram is a genuine attempt and a twisted con-film. The standard of screenplay makes the audience bite their nails and this movies surprises with an outstanding twists and turns at the climax.
Never miss out this flick, please do watch out in your nearest cinema hall.
Disclaimer: This presentation has nothing to do with the movie ‘50 shades of grey’ please do not misinterpret.
Why the title is so personal; why should I share my experience about my design career?
Before I let you know the answer you should know little things about me, I would love to introduce myself as an engineering graduate; yes an engineer who engineered himself as a designer. I don’t have design degree I’m a self-taught designer and I don’t settle in learning new things because I don’t have that black hat with a tassel which every degree holder has.
How many of you feel that you’re an engineer and you are struggling to chase your dreams?
Coming back to the title; this presentation is so personal because it will make you relate yourself and you can see some of your shades in me.
I was not so confident that I will become a designer, I was a coward and introvert person who couldn’t take a brave decision or speak or attend any meetups/debates.
So what changed me?
A movie, yes you heard it right; can you believe a movie called 3 idiots have given me the courage to become what I want? but that was the main reason who I’m today.
Sometimes we all need is an inspiration or a push and I believe inspiration can come in any medium.
I would like to quote a line from a movie 3 idiots which turned my life upside down.
Rancho: “Pursue excellence, and success will follow”
These words became my mantra.
In this presentation, each shade refers to thoughts.
Shades = Thoughts