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    Quote Originally Posted by aak View Post
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    naayika nammude kannada kochalle? ee adutha kaalathu kanditulla naayikamaaril ettavum sundari aayittu thonniyittullathu ee kochaa...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perumthachan View Post
    GULLY BOY. there is this movie by eminem '8 Mile' which is somewhat his own story... rap was dominated by African-Americans and eminem tries to break into it... sort of the rich boy (which he is not) breaking into the music of the poor... similarly, indian hip-hop is dominated by the rich kids and gully boy from the slums of dharavi tries to break into it... 'Rock On' is an all-time fav... the story was universal, the music was infectious... same goes for this one... universal underdog story... abusive father, silent mother, poor surroundings, criminal tendency, supportive girlfriend... all ingredients for a coming-of-age story... different layers to the story... lots of relations explored... ranveer was just awesome... totally nailed the accent and the attitude... alia was ferocious though the writers have played it safe with her... vijay raaz as the abusive father, amruta subhash as the mother, vijay varma as his friend moieen... all have done a tremendous job... but the best of the lot (which came as a surprise) was siddhant chaturvedi as mc sher, superb personality, he totally owned his space... the kalki track was poorly written... like i said earlier, with the subject and treatment in hand the writers must have decided to play it safe with alia's character and kalki's is a part of it... songs were powerful especially apna time aayega, mere gully mein, asli hip hop...subject being an underdog one, the length of the movie should have been trimmed a bit... lots of subplots and all needed to be tied by the end which took up lots of time... the rap battles were well done, the dharavi setup was nicely captured... overall, with a certain to succeed plot, terrific lead performance and powerful soundtrack, it was an enriching experience...
    Rockstar, Ae dilumayi oke samyam thonniyo....pinne enthoke und bhai...kure nalayallo kandittu...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhat View Post
    Rockstar, Ae dilumayi oke samyam thonniyo....pinne enthoke und bhai...kure nalayallo kandittu...
    sugham. soukhyam. samaadhanam. fkyil kerumbo alpaswalpam alavalaathitharam. hehe...

    i don't remember ae dil much... as for rockstar, can't compare the two... rockstar is more like a filmy film while this one is more rooted to the ethos of mumbai... the makers have played it safe... none of any extraordinary scenes or nothing, but whatever is there, has been done nicely...


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