Posted: 26 August 2015 at 1:54am | IP Logged
Originally posted by riti4u
Originally posted by SayaneeH.Lecter
Arijit I don't know what do you mean by trump but no one can really do a film better than Satyajit Ray unless he is Charlie Chaplin[or Hrithik Ghatak as per Ray] .. I am not imposing my opinion and I respect yours but I guess even Basu will agree that Satyajit Ray is inspiration to all Indian serious and sensible film makers .. I have a feelings that to AB Ray is like what Hrithik Ghatak was to Ray
I am abit disappointed with Chooti .. overall it was good .. I must say acting was tremendous .. everyone played their role to the T .. specially the boy played Phatik .. amazing. He really got into the skin of Phatik .. AB must have guided brilliantly.
But I missed some of beautiful scenes that was in original story.
1st meeting of Phatik and his mama .. Mama asked Phatik the address of their house without knowing Fatik is his nephew and Fatik just gave a wrong direction without knowing the man and listening to him. I always loved this scene - innocense at its best.
2nd, Ek Bao Melena .. Dui Bao Melena - this is how boatman used to measure the water in the river [one fathom - there is more, two fathom is not enough too - something like that] .. Photik heard it before and the kid started mumble it in fever. This line bears so deep meaning .. I don't know why AB skipped it.
3rd, The "Chooti" word .. at the end when he finally saw his mother he said "Maa abhi mera chutti ho gaya. abhi main ghar jaha hu" .. I really hope next week they will give this line else the relevence of the title won't be clear.
what happens to kid in the end...... dont tell me he dies...
Now after watching quite a few stories,I have understood a bit of Tagore's style and the best part of his writings are the twists and turns.The reader is psychologically involved and he loves to give his readers a thrill with unexpected twists.Its not just plain emotions.And I love it!
Sayanee,do correct me if I'm wrong