A small design tribute to a TV series called Game of thrones, this series has picked more character-based storyline, focusing on fleshing out their identities and putting the story second. This is the USP that holds viewers.
Also some of the characters make you relate yourself, specially Arya Stark, Tyrion Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Jamie Lannister and the list goes on.
The viewers who are whining that characters have not showed up to their potentials, Whilst occasions like the Red Wedding, the Purple Wedding and Tyrion’s trial demonstrated how fruitful this act was. Also by presenting some inconspicuous ideas, for example, the White Walkers turned the show to an extent with its unique angle.
I personally admire Tyrion’s way of acting and I’ve always found Tyrion uncommonly sharp and his words uncommonly brilliant.
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Design tribute to a movie called PK
PK is one of the finest movies in recent times, 5 years back a movie called ‘3 Idiots’ was an eye opener for all the engineering students, now the same combo is back with another subject called ‘PK’
Captain of the ship ‘Rajkumar Hirani’ has wrapped a sensitive issue with his own satirical gesture, Aamir Khan is the only actor who can do justice to the script; I’m not biased, you will experience my words after watching the movie and other actors have done their part well, few special apperances may surprise you.
Its definitely a movie which will make your Cry, Laugh and Realise something which is very essential these days.
I don’t want to be a spoiler so to know what PK is, go watch in your nearest cinema screens.
A minimalistic poster for a masterpiece movie called “Drishyam”
There are very few movies which will hold you back to know what going to be next. Writer director Jeethu Joseph’s Drishyam is one such film, a holding story that abandons you hypnotized with its skillful screenplay.
For the Mohanlal fans out there, particularly the individuals who were whining about not seeing him in practical and natural parts, strive for this one to see the saint in one of the finest exhibitions in his profoundly famous vocation. You can watch him just in sheer incredulity as he gives inconspicuous acting another importance, much the same as the way he has done in some of his splendid movies previously.
Drishyam might be attributed for bringing Mohanlal’s realistic acting once again on screens and pushing the captain of the ship Jeethu Joseph into a huge competition as he has made an excellent thriller drama.