Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Kyun ho gaya naa

Saw Kyun ho gaya naa yesterday. The only reason why this movie finds a mention in this blog is because the last movie I saw before this was more than 1.5 months ago.
Right from the start I knew that this is going to be one bad experience. Maybe that's the reason why I didn't find it as bad as expected. Good and bad are relative terms, relative to expectations. This is why we fights with our loved ones even on a very small issue while choose to ignore strangers.

The good thing about the movie was this photography. However, as this happens with most movies of aishwarya, the movie at times looked more like a photo session of aishwarya.
I have beginning to dislike aishwarya in the past few days when it comes to acting. Everytime I see her, I feel like she is carrying a great burden of showing the world the face of the cultured, all good indian woman, and she has lost her natural expressions because of this. All expressions that come on her face apart from her smile look made up. She makes heavy-weight emotional scenes out of nowhere. Com'on girl, look like a human, not like some great romantic poem/goddess/most emotional person on earth.

I didn't find anything worthwhile mention in this movie having nothing that I can call storyline.

1 comment:

  1. Back to the movie-a-week days? As far as Aishwarya is concerned, she looks better while she is quiet.