Friday, February 27, 2009

Aditi makes my day!

It’s his birthday today and for the first time in 3 years I am not beside him, bringing it in with him. I’m sure he hasn’t realised it, but I knew it would be the hardest night yet, so I decided to watch a movie, alone. Most of you’ll would say that’s the worst thing to do… But I’m happy I did it. Dilli 6 was one of those movies I would have never watched, simply because I don’t really care for either Abhishek Bachchan or Sonam Kapoor. The movie however helped me get through those painful 3 hours and I ended up enjoying the movie immensely for several reasons…
1) I could cry my heart out in the darkness and the movie had several scenes that elicited such responses…
2) The supporting cast were brilliant – Aditi Rao Hydari at her cherubimic best, and Divya Dutta – worshippable!
3) The music was by AR Rehman. It caught my imagination from ‘GO’…
4) And the cinematography was excellent.
Save a pathetic storyline that could have been crisper and a clichéd narrative, I actually enjoyed the film – a first for a Hindi movie in more than a year…
Happy Birthday Boo and I wish we were still together, but fate has its own plans and neither of us can control that.

Aditi Rao Hydari, the beauty from Sringaaram is back and I am as excited as I can be. I remember being mesmerized by her simple good looks in that film and her nonchalance and confidence in being able to lip sync a whole Tamil movie and do it so well! The Sadir pieces in that movie were breathtaking and her performance shall go down in Tamil Cinema as one of the best portrayals of a Devadasi.
I hope a bright future is in store for this girl as she makes her Hindi debut with Dilli 6 and I also look forward to seeing her in more Tamil films…

ஏன் இந்து மாயமோ, என்னை அறியாமோ?...


3 comments:

angelofdusk said...
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angelofdusk said...

the movie made me cry and laugh and sigh for similar reasons such as urs i enjoyed the same darkness in the theatre with my tears for another lost beloved... darn! the way its all so parralel , and aditi made me hum ghenda phool all day - read moi blog u'l now

Mithraah Indiirh said...

LOVED the movie...
can't say how much!
the monkey part made sense...
But was shtoooopid!