by email@example.com on May 26, 2011 04:10 AM
ohh really KIRAN (MAN or waman i doubt ur gender)... if this guy is puthetically trained, why don't u try writting something that would amuse the public and they would follow u !! Do you even understand the creativity put forward for writing reviews, if you don't agree with the review, go ahead and have your assumptions about the movie, instead of criticizing the reviewer. You are such a LOOSER !! Illiterate !
Guys I think rediff is best as far as critics are concerned...........so I VOW TO WATCH EVERY MOVIE THEY GIVE LESS THEN 3 STARS AND IGNORE ALL MOVIEES RATED GOOD BY THESE USELESS BUNCH OF PPLE.......RAJA CHHAKA AND THESE OTHER LOT......THANKS REDIFF FOR GUIDING :)
Like it is with all films that revolve around a college campus, we should just surrender to a pool of cliches with this one too.
But they aren't necessarily annoying, on the contrary, although they are an exhausted bunch where are films are concerned, their eccentricity and feeble humour, are both a treat to witness.
Ashish Patil's (he makes one appearance) story isn't peculiarly outstanding, and neither is Bumpy's (he makes one too) direction that is mind-blowingly riveting. ......... Note the story IS NOT good and neither is the direction
It is moronically absurd to even give it a thought about the pragmatic implication of what Luv Ka The End suggests
But is it too much to ask that they actually represent the modern youth of India? Most youth oriented movies are set in seemingly multi-millionaire households where an 18 year old guy drives a ferrari and the girl goes clubbing and owns several brand names before reaching the legal age of adulthood.
That doesn't reflect the reality of most teens in India even middle class ones. Even American teen movies like Mean Girls and John Tucker must Die are much more realistic because they reflect the economic reality of most Americans as well as the cultural milieu they're set in, these kind of glossy Bollywood stinkers don't seem to reflect any reality at all.