Posts Tagged ‘Genelia D’Souza’

Velayudham – Movie Review – Extremely Hopeless Movie

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

Just came back after Watching Velayudham at Big Cinemas here. Oh My God! The most horrible movie I have seen in a long time. I also have a few serious questions for Vijay (at the end of this blog post).

Velayudham is the masala story of a milkman trying to eradicate corruption, first unknowingly, then knowingly. This is a direct copy of Assassin’s Creed without any exceptions. The start of the movie gives a good idea of how the movie will end, but never expected the end to be the worst one I have seen in many years.

Genelia looks like a direct import from the north, with zero tamil accent – but at least her dialogues are original and she speaks exactly the way she knows it. Hansika Motwani is another heroine in this movie, who looks much bigger in size when compared to Genelia.

Vijay is introduced with just what you expect from a funny Vijay movie, without any serious story build up. The scene in the train when Vijay makes everyone eat the food cooked by his sister is the best. Santhanam comes as ‘Speed’ and is consistently excellent in the timely delivery of his dialogues. Until this point the movie is exactly what we expect from a good time pass movie.

If you are seriously thinking of watching this movie, see if you can enter into a deal with the guy at the ticket counter to sell you the ticket for half price in return for watching only till the interval – that would be the best deal you could get for this movie.

After the interval, as each scene goes, the quality of the movie goes down and down, and finally achieves the most horrible level towards the end of the movie.

WARNING: Some of the content below this might be too dramatic for many people to take. Please read at your own risk 🙂


Dor – Movie Review

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Watched Dor last night on Netflix.

Dor is a movie by Nagesh Kukunoor, who is well known for his movies which have interesting twists and are a class of its own. Ayesha Takia and Gul Panag play the key roles in this movie.

The movie starts with two stories – one in the cold mountains of Himachal Pradesh and the other in the hot sandy region of Jodhpur in Rajasthan.

Chance Pe Dance – Movie Review

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Got a chance to watch Chance Pe Dance on Netflix on Wii (I guess the honey moon period for Netflix on Wii is still on).

Chance Pe Dance is a story of a talented young dancer who finally reaches his goal of becoming the star of India, after a long struggle. The story line is very similar to what we have seen in many such movies before in Hindi – I am surprised someone really thought this movie might click!