Awesomeness of the Day, the Month and the Year

on Monday, January 24, 2011
Why hello there. I don’t think I got the chance to wish everyone a Happy New Year. So consider this my New Year gift. It’s awesome, ain’t it?

Hum Aapke hain Kaun

on Thursday, January 13, 2011

Director and screenplay write :Sooraj R Barjatya
Music Director :Raam laxman
Singers :A.R Rehman, Kumar Sanu, Lata Mageshkar, S. P Balasubramanium

The story revolves around two people Prem (Salman Khan) and Nisha(Madhuri Dixit). Its a romantic flick which showcases the relationship they share with eachother and the respective families. The story starts with Kailashnath ( Alok Nath) Prem's uncle is worried about getting Rajesh( Monish bahl), Prem's elder borther married. And he dicusses it with his brother in law and he suggets him about Professor Choudhary's ( Anupam kher) daughter Pooja ( Renukka Sahhane) . Coincedently Professor Choudhary is Kailashnaths college friend married to Kamladevi (Reema Lagoo). Both the families meet up and get Rajesh and Pooja married. This is when love blossoms between Prem and Nisha. Prem tries to woo Nisha in every possible way. Months passes by and Pooja gets pregant and calls her younger sisiter Nisha. Prem goes to bring Nisha along and is very happy and exited knowing the fact that Nisha would stay with them. In soft whispers Nisha and Prem commit love to each other. Prem who is very close to Pooja, elder sister of Nisha tells her everything.Then fate strikes a cruel blow and Pooja dies in a accident leaving her son behind.
Meanwhile Rajesh also worries about his motherless child and his health goes for a toss. Due to circumstances Nisha is forced to marry Rajesh. Prem and Nisha decide to sacrifice thier love for the family and Nisha agrees to marry Rajesh. But Fate interviens once again when Rajesh comes to know the truth behind Prem and Nisha's sacrifice and gets them married.
Hum Aapke Hain Kaun is the biggest grossing film in Indian Film Industry and has a amazing collection of music like didi tera dewar deewana, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun title track, Pehla Phela Pyaar hai,
Choclate Lime Juice, Mahi ne Mahi munder pe tere and many more.
All together it was a full package of romance,comedy and family drama.


on Sunday, January 9, 2011
Baand Baaja Baarat
For quite some tie there has been no solo Friday in Bollywood; there have been more than one movie every weekend. Luckily, Yash Raj Films is back to its wedding comedies with 'Band Baaja Baaraat' released on December 10, 2010, along with Anees Bazmee's 'No Problem'. Since Anees seems to have paid less attention to his comedy this time, Yash Raj Films have brighter prospects. Moreover, Yash Raj Films has brought in a new director in Maneesh Sharma who has also penned an interesting story. Though a love story, it is different inasmuch as there are two wedding planners in Delhi- Shruti and Bittoo- played by Anushka Sharma and Ranveer Singh.
Besides, the shooting isn't confined to an made to order studio; it rather spreads to the lanes and bye-lanes of the historic walled city of Delhi. Habib Faisal of the 'Do Dooni Chaar' fame has written the dialogues and the screenplay. The movie isn't without flaw though; the latter half isn't as capturing as the former half when Shruti sets up their company with weddings. After the interval, there are too many wedding sequences. Besides, the item number by Shah Rukh Khan misses as the actor injures his leg, and the vacuum is filled up by Bittoo and Shruti. Strangely, though the audience loves even the item number performed by proxies.
Though 'Band Baaja Baaraat' is slightly similar to 'The Wedding Planner' inasmuch as both move around two youngsters doing wedding planning business and later fall for each other, but the follow-ups are just different. According to the movie's story, two youngsters happen to meet though both have diametrically different approach to life. Shruti played by Anushka Sharma hailing from a middle class of Delhi has a definite well chartered plan for her life. However, Bittoo played by Ranveer Singh is a kind of care free student of Delhi University. Luck brings them together for business of planning weddings and later in life as if they are made for each other. After all, they realize this only after facing different phases.
Critically analyzing we find that the movie succeeds in all sectors - good story, fine screen play and exemplary dialogues even though the writer-director is new and his cast is also relatively fresh. While Anushka is two- film old, Ranveer is fresh. As far as their performances are concerned, both the protagonists - Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma are excellent and truly reflect their characters. They shoulder the movie. Manmeet Singh Sawhney as Rajinder and Manish Chaudhari as Mr Sidhwani play their parts quite well. Aseem Mishra's cinematography captures the North Indian marriages very well, and some of the sequences shot in the movie look real.
The music score is good too; Salim-Sulaiman composes the music and Amitabh Bhattacharya pens the lyrics. Vaibhavi Merchant has choreographed the "Ainvayi Ainvayi" track, which is already on the lips of the audience.