Sunday, December 14, 2008

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi: Review

Let’s start the talk of Aditya Chopra’s ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ with its end. Don’t get anxious, I am not revealing the climax of the film. The story about, is after the climax. The film ends, but the pictures immerging on the screen after the movie, increases it’s TRP. Hundreds of audience in the theatre, stand up from their seats and enjoy it. So don’t miss to catch the full interest of the pictures running and the commentary by Surendra Sahni in Shahrukh’s voice.
Well, before the film’s release Shahrukh Khan had said in many interviews that the film will remind the audience about Rishikesh Mukherjee. King Khan was true to some extent. Amid films with hogwash comedy, vulgar script, forced exposure of heroines, without reason kiss scenes, Aditya Chopra has served a very good and decent film. But it would take time for him to match the level of the legend Rishikesh Mukherjee. In comparison, the simplicity of films characters does not reach to the height of expectations and even at some places the film’s story doesn’t go very well. Beside this we can predict that the film is going to be a big hit on ticket window.
A speck of film’s story is inspired by Golmaal. In that Amol Palekar changes his identity to save his job and here Shahrukh Khan change himself to get his wife’s love. The most interesting thing is that, the director of films like Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge and Mohabbatein has started this movie with Shahrukh Anushka’s marriage. After a compelled marriage a realist man working as a govt employee in a company named Punjab Power changes his individuality to get his wife’s love. In the whole story the girl finds herself hanging between her new love and her husband but at last she gets her fate, ‘her rab’.
There are three key characters in the movie. Shahrukh as Surendra Sahni, Anushka as Tani and Vinay Pathak as Boby, imitating the character of hair-stylist Javed Habib. Though they are interesting in their roles but sometimes Sahrukh seems to be overacting a bit. Vinay Pathak has also overacted somewhere but still his comedy is thoroughly enjoyable and newcomer Anushka gets a really well etched character to perform and it despite being her first film, she comes across an absolute natural. Through her debut Anushka will taste the success of hit but to show her beautiful the team has done a lot of hard work. Salim-Sulaiman has given a wonderful music. Haule-haule and dance pe chance is already in the chartbuster but the big thing is that the director who has always seen music as the soul of a movie has not tried to put so many songs in the movie. However, what needs to be remembered is that Aditya Chopra has been one of the pioneers when it comes to song picturisation.The film is shot around the streets of Amritsar.
After Dilwale and Mohabbatein, this film is surely going to be the directorial hetric for Aditya Chopra and Aditya camp has celebrated their hatric with the picturiastion of the number featuring Kajol, Rani, Bipasha, priety zinta and Lara with Shahrukh. Well, to compete with ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ there is no other film on Box-office this week. You can probably go and watch this film once.

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