Rang de Basanti

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  • I like this phrase: Too much allegory is sometimes like having rabdi with gulab jamun and rosogollas.
    Actually, I’m glad you brought up “Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi” in your review. I haven’t seen Rang de Basanti, yet but the premise reminded me of that – friends, independence, future of India.
    OK, after such a critical analysis, I’m glad you said it was worth seeing though. I’m looking forward to seeing it mostly b/c of Amir Khan and the type of movies he’s doing now.

  • The more and more I think about it, the more the film seems more and more over the top as far as the finale is concerned.

  • Hi
    Your review was different than most i read till date on RDB. I saw the movie yest and could not sleep yesterday for a long time thinking whether the end is the beginning or there are other ways.
    u mention engineers doctors etc contributing thru the system. Just a thought; what percentage. One more thing People like me who in their life time have never been associated with any kind institution but have the desire to act and contribute to the country and serve its people have no right to comment on Rakyesh Mehra.
    My own thoughts whenever i come across a presentation as RDB in any form is that the difference between Savarkar and Godse was the act. That is all.

  • I am a little confused. Do you think this film is too good to be commented upon or that it is over the top?

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