Wonder Woman – The dealbreaker.

I finally got to witness the first hit of 2017! DC Comics finally outdid itself and gave us a story contrary to their usual. But I surmise, the character of Wonder Woman is generally like that, which aids to the story to be more on a luminous structure.


I wouldn’t concur on the fact that it is an action-packed flick but I would say that, at a latter stage of the film, it gets quite applause-worthy. Moreover, it is majorly content based, since it is the first film based on DC Comics’ Wonder Woman and is mainly introductory.


Moving on, I would emphasize on the fact that Gal Gadot is possibly the best match to the character, the producer/director/casting team could ever find. Her posture, her smile, her height, her face dimension, her body structure, the way she carries herself, her confidence, her sincerity AND her acting is pretty marvelous and befitting.


WW elevates a bit later (as I mentioned earlier) but when it does, it will bring you to the edge of your seat. Not to mention, there are some superlative performances by the supporting cast, Lilly Aspel (as the 8-year-old Diana/Wonder Woman), Chris Pine (as Steve Trevor), David Thewlis (as Sir Patrick Morgan) and Elena Anaya (as Isabel Maru/Dr. Poison).


Patty Jenkins, the director, who has a very few films under her banner, surprises everybody with her stellar work behind the camera and understands how to create that aura which promotes the special place for womanhood in the world.



Krrish 3 – A bad move.

My friend and I are huge fans of Hrithik Roshan, and we were too excited to watch his new flick. We had pre-booked the tickets and were eagerly waiting for the release date to come.


I don’t know what got into the director’s mind and he made such a subpar film with such a bad story. I was laughing so much on how cheesy the dialogues were in the film, specially a film which is a 2013 release. Its not 1990, Mr. Rakesh Roshan, where people actually kept all the cheesy dialogues in mind, to repeat them, eventually. Especially youngsters. There is a good amount and quality of technology shown in the film, on which nearly one and a half years were spent. I applaud that. But again, it looked like they’ve taken so much from the Hollywood, specially from films like Superman, X-Men and Justice League. Most of the scenes reminded me of these movies. Not to mention, the characters, including the villain, all are characters from the X-Men or probably very similar, if not the same. I mean, that’s pathetic. Why wouldn’t you ever create something of your own? [my question to Indian directors]


I loved the performances of Vivek Oberoi playing the villain and Jr. Roshan playing the father-son duo. Kangna Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra are just extras, I feel. Moving on to the music. It is probably the most head-aching music I’ve ever heard! Even Rajesh Roshan is still living in the nineties. Buck up man. Shouldn’t have even thought about Raghupati Raaghav! Its a chant and something which we Indians pray on. Come on! Although, there is just Dil Tu Hi Bata which sounded nice.


I would surely enumerate about how much hard work Hrithik has put in this film, in every scene (especially the one in Jordan shooting the song Dil Tu Hi Bata). With his brain surgeries, back injuries, he’s completed a super-hero film. So, that’s a big thing and he should be well commended for that.


At the end, all I can say is that elders and minors can go watch this film and I think they’ll like it. Plus, elders aren’t really aware of the Hollywood sci-fi blockbusters. Its a no-go for the mid-aged. It will be a comedy show for them.


P.S: Director, you should have given a decent costume to Vivek. He is looking like garbage, literally. And, how can a device put life into someone/something and at the same time destroy someone? What logic!