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Sunday, March 11, 2007


This blog could have been easily avoided but for Nishabd being a RGV movie. For the people who joined late, I am an ardent RGV fan, almost obsessed with his almost every flick, Nishabd being the latest one. I knew I had to write this blog coz of many reasons, the major ones being my watching after some 2-3 months.

Nishabd is again a slow movie as most of the RGV movies are experienced to be by the genre of the 'understand movies genuinely' league. Please welcome Jiah Khan, the latest finding by RGV while surfing the web of the 'ought to be introduced' faces. More than anything I salute RGV for again making a young rookie work with a veteran like Amitabh and that too much effortlessly.

Jiah is fourth in the series of launching new faces after Urmila, Antra Maali, Nisha kothari or may be I am forgetting some of his musings. Showed as a damn confident gal in the movie, I am sure there are many other faces to the acting persona of Miss Jiah who according to me was very restricted to act because of her character. The character which had to have abnormality for Amitabh to fall for her and leave his conventional Indian wife and a sweet daughter.

The reason why Amitabh fell for the gal are very abstract in nature. Its according to me a debatable issue whether that was lust or did it have some proximity to the feeling of real love.
Watching Jiah drenching her in hosepipe was an experience something similar to what I had before when I saw Nisha kothari in Shiva. The movie had same kind of music accompanying the event of hose-pipe-bathing which was heard in shiva when Mohit came to the city for the first time and was leaving the city at the end.

RGV as always was very constructive in launching each and every character of his movie. Thats his quality or typicallity. He gives some part of the camera dedicatedly to that character to ensure the "larger than life " persona of the character. Proper scenes depicting the confidence and peculiar ness of the character of Jiah were taken in the movie that showed that RGV wanted his audience to believe that Yes, Jiah was different than every other gal. He further ensured this feeling to ossify in our heart when Revathi asked Amitabh " Jiah thodi alag nahin hai"?
That was targetted upon the audiences.

The end of movie was very much desired as people wanted to see the conclusion from the view point of Amitabh which he gave to his brother in law in a very short speech. Going oftangent, I was although expecting a song in the movie which'd have given harmonic touch to the events happening in the movie.

Also, I am sure that to the normal crowd which comes to a movie hall for a timepass movie, it wont appeal too much yet, to a indifferent movie maker who follows his heart its yet another feather in his creative and daring cap.


Blogger shobhit said...

ummm more about the RGV n yes something about Nishabd was written.....but finally i have decided to watched it....

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