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LOL LOL the reviewers who are getting confused are the ones who have watched the original LOLLOL & i think thats very much expected LOLLOL


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Originally posted by -purnima-

LOL LOL the reviewers who are getting confused are the ones who have watched the original LOLLOL & i think thats very much expected LOLLOL


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Originally posted by -purnima-

LOL LOL the reviewers who are getting confused are the ones who have watched the original LOLLOL & i think thats very much expected LOLLOL i know...LOLLOL


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FILM INTERVIEW: RAJEEV KHANDEWAL

Film Newbie Takes on Leading Role Opposite Soha Ali Khan in 'Soundtrack'

By: Simran Mody
October 6, 2011

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Merely three films deep into his cinematic career, Bollywood newcomer Rajeev Khandelwal believes he is onto something special after starring in Indian independent films like Aamir and Shaitan. With Neerav Ghosh's Soundtrack adding to Mr. Khandelwal's list of Indian indie films, perhaps the former television star (Kahiin To Hoga, Deal Ya No Deal, Sun Leyna) is hoping his track record speaks for itself, ergo making it unnecessary for him to pummel through the doors of major studios to find his next opportunity.

 

Rajeev KhandewalPerhaps he just enjoys starring in Indian independent films, which, for now at least, appears to be the wisest move.

"I have not knocked on anyone's door for a role. I have not asked big names like Yash Chopra for a role. I want to do films with people who are honest and passionate about their craft," Mr. Khandelwal told the Indian press in New Delhi about his conscious decision to live outside the studio system universe. "For me, a film is not a business proposition."

Indeed, the versatile actor has already showed his range, despite starring in just three Bollywood films since 2008. In addition to playing a deaf deejay in Soundtrack, Mr. Khandewal has portrayed a commoner fighting terrorism in Aamir, and an inspector in Shaitan.

For Mr. Khandewal, portraying different ' and challenging ' roles is part of the job description.

"I like to do films that push my boundaries. A film like Aamir is still remembered by the audience because it was different, (despite being) a small budget film," the up-and-coming actor told the press. "One thing that I have realized is that budgets don't decide the quality of films."

Another thing big budgets and formulaic studios do not decide is how Mr. Khandewal lives his life.

"I do not do anything consciously," the young actor casually pointed out to the press. "Other than my fitness, I don't take care of anything in my life. I go by instincts; I go with the flow."

Mr. Khandewal certainly went with the flow in taking on his role in Soundtrack -- a film he believes will raise eyebrows for thinking outside the studio box.

"Soundtrack is an interesting film that raises the bar for other films," Mr. Khandewal told the press about Bollywood's remake of the cult classic It's All Gone Pete Tong.

A biopic of sorts about DJ Raunak Kaul, Soundtrack somewhat resembles The Social Network in that the film portrays how an unexpected individual was able to create a vast empire. Through Kaul's prominent rise to power, he becomes addicted to several vices, such as drugs and alcohol. Soon, he loses his hearing ability before overcoming the odds to be a deejay that entertains his audiences even though he cannot hear.

Now out of character, Mr. Khandewal is looking forward to his next campaign, which, coincidentally, takes him back to where he started ' on the small screen. The National Geographic Channel has brought Mr. Khandewal aboard to serve as the face of its most recent program, Supercars.

Ironically, Mr. Khandewal is not much of a car guy.

"I am not a car person. I chose to do the show, as I was kicked about being the face of such iconic beauties like Lamborghini, Porsche, the Audi, the Rolls-Royce Phantom, and other super cars," Mr. Khandewal told the press. "My guy friends envy me for being so close to these beauties."

Meanwhile, the rest of the world is envious of Mr. Khandwal's budding acting career, which continues its escalation this weekend.
 

'Soundtrack' opens worldwide on October 7, 2011

http://www.buzzinebollywood.com/interviews/film-interview-rajeev-khandewal-soundtrack-10072011

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Bollywood box-office report of the week



October 7, 2011 12:36:45 PM IST
Abid, Glamsham Editorial


RASCALS, LOVE BREAKUPS ZINDAGI and SOUNDTRACK

This week's new releases include the Sanjay-Ajay starrer RASCALS, Zayed-Diya'sLOVE, BREAKUPS, ZINDAGI and last but not the least Rajeev Khandelwal's SOUNDTRACK. From the three it is likely to be the David Dhawan directed RASCALS (that releases on Thursday) that will win this Friday's box-office battle although LOVE BREAKUPS ZINDAGI too is likely to get some patronage, while SOUNDTRACK, aimed at the discerning audience, may appeal at select cinemas.

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Director: Neerav Ghosh
Cast: Rajeev Khandelwal, Soha Ali Khan, Mrinalini Sharma
Rating: ***
Based on true events, Soundtrack is an official remake of the cult English film 'It's All Gone Pete Tong' (2004). The film traces the meteoric rise and fall of a DJ, Raunak Kaul (Rajeev Khandelwal) who has the talent to make the world dance to his tunes (quite literally). But an excessive lifestyle of sex and substance abuse, not only makes him lose focus towards work, but also leads to a permanent physical disability. In his world dominated by loud music, Raunak turns completely deaf and is unable to pursue his dreams to make music.

Things change when Raunak meets Gauri (Soha Ali Khan), who too is hearing impaired but has mastered the art of lip-reading. In Gauri, Raunak finds a tutor and life-partner. Also his passion for music is rekindled, as he attempts to sense sound (if not hear) and study digital waveforms of tunes he knew, to create new music. Thereby a deaf DJ turns a renowned composer.

Debutante director Neerav Ghosh attempts to give a docu-drama shade to the narrative to make it seem like a biographical take on the life of his protagonist. Thankfully the documentary treatment never overcomes the actual story, which has enough scope for drama per se. The first half seems obsessed with close-up shots of alcohol, drugs, smoke and sex. Raunak boozes as if he were drinking water and smokes like he is breathing air. The idea might be to give a dark and disturbing shade to the film like Anurag Kashyup brand of cinema (the maverick filmmaker also has a cameo), more so with ample scope for substance abuse in the narrative. But after a point of time, it only gets repetitive and seems forced.

The tone of the film suddenly changes in the second half when the narrative turns more soft and sober, as Raunak goes on a self-rehabilitation drive, shunning all addiction. His romance track (with Soha) is blithe as compared to his hardcore sex-drive (with Mrunalini Sharma) in the first half. But beyond the somber shade and his chemistry with costars, the narrative isn't able to create as much contrast between the first half and the second that would have resulted in relating and feeling for the protagonist's plight better.

The depth that it adds to Raunak's relearning process of music (which is the soul of the film) in the second half pales in comparison to the intensity that it lends to the buildup of substance abuse in the first half. Which means the film adds intensity where not needed and vice versa. A basic idea of a deaf person composing decent music makes for an inspiring story. While the promising premise of the film doesn't let you down, one still feels the entire account could have been more stimulating, esp. when the director had straight reference point in the form of the original film.

The entire track of Raunak's fight with his inner demon (clowning around him in a joker-faced mask) looks ludicrous over being symbolic. It gets exasperating after a point and the entire track could certainly have been avoided. For a film dealing primarily with music, the actual 'soundtrack' isn't as stimulating as one would have expected. Also the length could have been shorter and the film could have done away with several repetitive portions. However, the dialogues, esp. in the second half, are well-worded and leave an impact.


Soundtrack works to a big extent because of the persuasive performance of its protagonist played by Rajeev Khandelwal.
At the onset, one seems uncertain if the sober-imaged actor would be able to pull off a character as wild and weird as this.LOLLOLLOL  But as you see him getting more and more into his character, you are amazed at the conviction he brings to his role.EmbarrassedEmbarrassed  Soha Ali Khan not only plays a deaf character, she has to lisp in her diction too. And the actress does it with absolute subtlety (as compared to the Bollywood stereotypes that go overboard) and brings grace to her role. It would have made more sense if the story enlightened on the reason behind her lisp. Mrinalini Sharma looks refreshingly sexy and is not one-bit vulgar in her skimpily-clad character. Mohan Kapur hams. Manu Rishi doesn't get much scope. Yatin Karyekar is decent.

While it had potential to be a rocking film, Soundtrack, at least, turns out to be sound cinema. Worth giving an ear (and eye) too!

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      15:50
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Belgaum
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      21:45

Bharuch
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      Fame Shaalimar: Bharuch

      12:35
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      INOX: Shree Rang Palace, Zadeshwar Road

      13:30

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      19:00

Burdwan
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      18:10

  Chandigarh
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      Big Cinemas: Paras Mall, Zirakpur

      14:45, 20:15
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      20:10
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      12:40, 20:40


Dhanbad(Jharkhand)
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      Fame Cinemas: Dhanbad

      13:30, 21:45


Gandhidham
    *
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      12:30, 21:30

Gandhinagar
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      15:00, 20:15

Goa
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Gwalior
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      14:25, 19:30

Indore

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      12:25

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      18:45
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      12:30, 17:30


Jalandhar
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      12:15, 20:00

  Jamnagar
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      15:40

  Kalyan

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      13:05, 19:20

  Kanpur

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      16:50
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      CineMAX: South X Mall, Kanpur

      13:30, 21:45
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      20:05

  Karnal

    *
      Movietime: Karnal

      12:30, 22:20

  Kochi

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      20:15

  Kolkata

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      21:15
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      17:00, 22:30
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      16:55, 20:10
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  Kota

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  Lucknow

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      12:30, 20:20
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      20:30
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      12:30, 20:15
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      12:45
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      19:00
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      17:45, 20:15
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      13:00, 15:45, 18:15
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      17:00
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      20:30
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      21:00
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  Raipur

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  Siliguri

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Vadodara

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P.S: I Found A List Of Theaters Showing Soundtrack In Cities Across India...Smile

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