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& glad you like it

isnt his smile just awesome Embarrassed

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Definately, his smile is just awesum Embarrassed
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Aamir

The film is an actor's dream. The film belongs to Rajeev Khandelwal and he proves his acting skills to the fullest degree. We can understand why the man, with such romantic looks and the sweet killing smile chose to walk out of Ekta Kapoor's hugely popular serial Kahin Toh Hoga. Obviously Rajeev was on the lookout for an outburst of the actor inside him.

Rating: 3.5/5

Aamir, as a film doesn't fall into any category, though you can all it a thriller as there are some mysteries to be revealed and solved. There is pure existentialism shown in the film but the million dollar question is, we as an audience have grown to a certain extent and are ready to taste new dishes but are we really gone to the extent that we can appreciate a theater of the absurd.

Probably it is too early to say, it is no doubt one of the most ambitious films in terms of the art of cinema is considered. Might be this is a derived drama from Samuel Beckett's Eleutheria placed in a modernized religious subplot. The religious war is not the real game here but the man caught in it. A man who is separated from his family may be not by wish but due to some external forces, but as a single individual, he is as separated from them as possible.

With the risk of being superfluous, the film tries to get severe inspiration from the types of Strindbergs or Sartres with a modern scenario with which the audience can relate themselves. Many of the things shown in the film have no explanation whatsoever. You never know why this guy was chosen or how the criminals chose the day of his return to India to carry out the mission as much as the reason behind the mission that has something to do with their kaum.

You wonder, do they know the man has a Hindu girlfriend, do they know he is a hardcore secular man, a modern intelligent Muslim doctor, who has nothing to do with the war of religions. The plot that is of low significance because all you see is the plight of a man caught in the tweeds of a world which he doesn't belong.

The scenes which you see when he finds his hands interwoven in the sleeves depict his helplessness, his indifference to the cause, to which he has been targeted as a messiah.

Doctor Amir Ali (Rajeev Khandelwal) returns from London and is surprised not to find anyone waiting to garland him meaning to receive him from the airport.

He is surprised when two unknown men toss a mobile phone at him and he gets the call instantly that his family has been kidnapped and he has to carry out certain tasks in the name of fighting for his religion before he meets his family.

This may sound little farfetched but is not at all superfluous, at least when you see the actor's perfect expressions, you do not feel so. This begins the journey of the doctor who looks at the streets with a desperate emotion of tracing his family. He has to do as the kidnappers tell and he is not sure how to get out of the situation.

In terms of distributing the credit of the film, you have three names that come to your mind. One is the director Raj Kumar Gupta, the camera by Alphonse Roy and the acting by Rajeev Khandelwal.

Rajeev Khandelwal in Aamir.jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (2).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (3).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (4).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (5).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (6).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (7).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (8).jpg

In the backdrop of a superb direction to his protagonist who carries it out with perfection with the help of the camera works depicting grim crowded streets of Mumbai, all work towards the similar goal. We have already seen the victimized Mumbai and nothing new about it but capturing some real shots with no tragic disaster harped upon the streets is something to pat the director and his crew for.

The film has no nonsense scenes of romantic songs in exotic locations but the romance here is with life and you move about in the film from the crowded streets to gloomy and shoddy guesthouses with an abruptness that is the work of a master of the game.

Raj Kumar Gupta makes a mark with the film. The background score by Amit Trivedi does ample justice to the bizarre sequences. The 90 minute long film creates a thrill that proves that do not go by the gloomy gift wrap paper.

Rajeev Khandelwal proves his high might in the film. He gives a restrained performance of a dark and brooding youngman who is disturbed by this uncalled for plight. The vulnerability that his expressions show is not something that is cultivated but he comes as a natural performer. He carries the film all by himself and that is why, you just wonder where this Youngman was hiding for such a long time.

The choice of the script for a debut is a smart one for this young player. There is absolutely no glamour about the film, there is no style statements or international designer cloths or heavy muscle plays.

The film is an excellent watch!

Rating: 3.5/5

  source:http://www.hamaraphotos.com/bollywood/2008-re leases/aamir.html

I agree with this reviewer.It was a smart and intelligent move my Rajeev to choose this film.Its him and only him in the whole film and thus we could avoid all the comparisons if it wud have been some romantic or other kind of a movie....And the theme in itself is quite popular right now...terrorism and all ...so this is for u Rajeev "Yehi hai Right choice baby! AAhaa"LOL

If someone has his email or something plz coney this last paragraph to him... Smile

Edited by dhvanisoni - 08 June 2008 at 6:07pm
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Posted: 08 June 2008 at 6:58pm | IP Logged

Originally posted by dhvanisoni

Aamir

The film is an actor's dream. The film belongs to Rajeev Khandelwal and he proves his acting skills to the fullest degree. We can understand why the man, with such romantic looks and the sweet killing smile chose to walk out of Ekta Kapoor's hugely popular serial Kahin Toh Hoga. Obviously Rajeev was on the lookout for an outburst of the actor inside him.

Rating: 3.5/5

Aamir, as a film doesn't fall into any category, though you can all it a thriller as there are some mysteries to be revealed and solved. There is pure existentialism shown in the film but the million dollar question is, we as an audience have grown to a certain extent and are ready to taste new dishes but are we really gone to the extent that we can appreciate a theater of the absurd.

Probably it is too early to say, it is no doubt one of the most ambitious films in terms of the art of cinema is considered. Might be this is a derived drama from Samuel Beckett's Eleutheria placed in a modernized religious subplot. The religious war is not the real game here but the man caught in it. A man who is separated from his family may be not by wish but due to some external forces, but as a single individual, he is as separated from them as possible.

With the risk of being superfluous, the film tries to get severe inspiration from the types of Strindbergs or Sartres with a modern scenario with which the audience can relate themselves. Many of the things shown in the film have no explanation whatsoever. You never know why this guy was chosen or how the criminals chose the day of his return to India to carry out the mission as much as the reason behind the mission that has something to do with their kaum.

You wonder, do they know the man has a Hindu girlfriend, do they know he is a hardcore secular man, a modern intelligent Muslim doctor, who has nothing to do with the war of religions. The plot that is of low significance because all you see is the plight of a man caught in the tweeds of a world which he doesn't belong.

The scenes which you see when he finds his hands interwoven in the sleeves depict his helplessness, his indifference to the cause, to which he has been targeted as a messiah.

Doctor Amir Ali (Rajeev Khandelwal) returns from London and is surprised not to find anyone waiting to garland him meaning to receive him from the airport.

He is surprised when two unknown men toss a mobile phone at him and he gets the call instantly that his family has been kidnapped and he has to carry out certain tasks in the name of fighting for his religion before he meets his family.

This may sound little farfetched but is not at all superfluous, at least when you see the actor's perfect expressions, you do not feel so. This begins the journey of the doctor who looks at the streets with a desperate emotion of tracing his family. He has to do as the kidnappers tell and he is not sure how to get out of the situation.

In terms of distributing the credit of the film, you have three names that come to your mind. One is the director Raj Kumar Gupta, the camera by Alphonse Roy and the acting by Rajeev Khandelwal.

Rajeev Khandelwal in Aamir.jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (2).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (3).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (4).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (5).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (6).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (7).jpgRajeev Khandelwal in Aamir (8).jpg

In the backdrop of a superb direction to his protagonist who carries it out with perfection with the help of the camera works depicting grim crowded streets of Mumbai, all work towards the similar goal. We have already seen the victimized Mumbai and nothing new about it but capturing some real shots with no tragic disaster harped upon the streets is something to pat the director and his crew for.

The film has no nonsense scenes of romantic songs in exotic locations but the romance here is with life and you move about in the film from the crowded streets to gloomy and shoddy guesthouses with an abruptness that is the work of a master of the game.

Raj Kumar Gupta makes a mark with the film. The background score by Amit Trivedi does ample justice to the bizarre sequences. The 90 minute long film creates a thrill that proves that do not go by the gloomy gift wrap paper.

Rajeev Khandelwal proves his high might in the film. He gives a restrained performance of a dark and brooding youngman who is disturbed by this uncalled for plight. The vulnerability that his expressions show is not something that is cultivated but he comes as a natural performer. He carries the film all by himself and that is why, you just wonder where this Youngman was hiding for such a long time.

The choice of the script for a debut is a smart one for this young player. There is absolutely no glamour about the film, there is no style statements or international designer cloths or heavy muscle plays.

The film is an excellent watch!

Rating: 3.5/5

  source:http://www.hamaraphotos.com/bollywood/2008-re leases/aamir.html

I agree with this reviewer.It was a smart and intelligent move my Rajeev to choose this film.Its him and only him in the whole film and thus we could avoid all the comparisons if it wud have been some romantic or other kind of a movie....And the theme in itself is quite popular right now...terrorism and all ...so this is for u Rajeev "Yehi hai Right choice baby! AAhaa"LOL

If someone has his email or something plz coney this last paragraph to him... Smile

Thanx a ton for sharing this awesum review...I totally agree with you, it was indeed a very intelligent move by Rajeev..infact, all Rajeev's decisions have been intelligent whether it be quiting KTH, doing TB, DYND, CID or LRL..Rajeev has made decisions which makes us as his die hard loyal fans feel so proud to be Rajeevians.Big smile

 



Edited by nram - 08 June 2008 at 6:59pm
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Amitabh Bachchan's Sarkar Raj vies with Aamir at the box office

It's a case of David versus Goliath, with small movie Aamir taking on the might of Sarkar Raj at the box office on June 6th.

Amitabh

Sarkar Raj is the baby of giant killer Ram Gopal Verma and boasts a mighty cast of the Bachchan family, Amitabh Bachchan , Abhishekh and Aishwarya.

Aamir is small budget movie starring debut actor Rajeev Khandelwal and marks the debut of cinematographer, music director and the producer UTV Spotboy. It is being directed by Raj Kumar Gupta, an assistant director with Anurag Kashyap.

'My mentor has made a film that's releasing on the same day as Rajkumar who was my assistant, which is a nice thing but I feel like a cucumber in a sandwich,' filmmaker Anurag Kashyap says about RGV and his prot'g' Raj Kumar Gupta's films, Sarkar Raj and Aamir respectively , both of which are releasing on the same date.

'It's our first film but all of us have worked our way up so we know our job. I was nervous but one thing was there that everybody was looking at the film with the vision that I had. So that helped. I was nervous initially but once we went to shoot everything fell into place,' says Rajkumar

For Rajeev Khandelwal it is a rocky road to stardom from televison. He apparently had to iron out differences with Ekta Kapoor in whose serials he first tasted fame. He is most famous for the character Sujal in Balaji Film's Kahin To hoga.

In Aamir, he does not play the role of a chocolate hero but as a man on the run in a thriller. 'The film is a psychological thriller and gives me an opportunity to experiment with the whole gamut of emotions', according to Rajeev..'

But considering his hugely popular romantic image, shouldn't he have debuted with a romantic film? 'I was not happy with the scripts that were offered to me,' he explains.

The film is directed by debutante Rajkumar Gupta, who has assisted Anurag Kashyap in films like 'Black Friday' and 'No Smoking'. 'He is a good director. For a newcomer, the passion to make a project successful is more. I could not have had a better film than Aamir to launch myself in Bollywood,' Khandelwal said.



Edited by ranjitha - 08 June 2008 at 8:04pm
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Posted: 08 June 2008 at 10:17pm | IP Logged
guys
Mumbai ke sabhi Radio channels too have said Aamir to b a must watch movie and all are praising Rajeev for such a good performance
So all can have a party

Even ppl like
Tabu
Irfan Khan
Imtiaz Ali
have appreciated the movie
So i need not say anything more now other than that ki bhagwan jeee mujhpe thoda rehem aur taras khaake Aamir ke tickets dilwa doCry
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Posted: 08 June 2008 at 10:40pm | IP Logged
^^^Kya itni demand hai ke tickets hi short ho gaye hai???Shocked

Cinema ke bahar black mein leh loh... LOL LOL ...dus ka bees....dus ka bees... LOL LOL
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Posted: 08 June 2008 at 10:56pm | IP Logged
very bad bachcha
black mein ticket lena is not good
salman bhaiyya n Rajeev bhaiyya ne kaha haiLOL

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