After years of working, I eased into the more enjoyable but hectic role of being a full time wife, mother & personal assistant to the family very easily.
Movies blend my passion for travel, food, reading and observing people perfectly. I have no favorites as I enjoy all genres depending on the flavor of popcorn, just kidding.. depends on the mood of the moment or rather the flow of the movie. Good cinema can turn/bring ones mood to the movie being watched! What better than to share my view when I am opinionated.
We have a weekend ritual with our bestie couple of a dinner & movie, what is most important is to get recliner seats in a multiplex with the best popcorn & not miss the national anthem!
The touching and soul stirring moments revolve around young Dilsher whose dad sings at the gurudwara but loses his hearing which leads to a traumatic end and leaves an aversion to music and a stammer for little Dilsher. The kirtans and Ek Onkar Satnam are the only songs of the 14 song musical you will recollect.
Amitabh Bachchan in a one location, one attire (suit-boot, tie-shie, collar bar & pin, pocket hanky in place) role, rules the movie. You don’t tire of his baritone nor the dialogues. You wish to repeat them in a “shayarana andaaz” and add a ‘wah-wah!’ Tapsee Pannu is more than just an eye candy in her sleek not messy avtar…
Kartik Aryan and Kriti Sanon look great and you can’t find a flaw with their clothes or their morning after messed up looks. While Pankaj Tripathi gets not only into character but manages to get under your skin too. I expected to see more of Vinay Pathak though.