Sunday, August 29, 2010

Aashayein Movie Review | Aashayein Movie Wallpaper

Nagesh Kukunoor most disappointed with his last offering 8x10 Tasveer. And most fans like yourself Kukunoor, we certainly hope that next time around he resurrected himself especially since he is the director would be fab films including Dor and Iqbal. A number of actors to line up with the famous director and John Abraham will work is to be one of those many. Aashayein movie couple bought together. The film was finally released in a bit of extra time but that is going out and promoting the film in all its grandeur did not stop the cast. When you think Kukunoor, you automatically views of reality, and certainly honest, devise a story that will make you think. Aashayein John Abraham also love to make you life and you already had more than promised.
Rahul Singh (John Abraham), the only one passion in life: gambling. In addition to having large wagers, meaning his or her life for no other reason, he believes. A big win one day and his girlfriend (Sonal Chauhan) Nafisa, Rahul faint after the proposal and diagnosed with lung cancer. He shows that he wants to gamble away their lives, handed his winnings to his girlfriend and a beachside Dharamsala, where he wishes to spend his last few days leaves. The hospice that he who all are racing against death, but she manages to teach valuable life lessons in an array of full time only.

Nagesh Kukunoor's Aashayein best work? No, not really. Compare Aashayein Iqbal Dor or not, it should be a lot more sensitive. However that said, Kukunoor unique style and execution is clear. Such a touchy subject should be handled with careful precision and director takes an incredible experience to be able to come through. Aashayein is a more honest light you think about life and responsibilities. Kukunoor clearly understands that the Indian audience very emotional when it comes to life and death. With Aashayein, Kukunoor Indian spirit attacks and connects almost instantly. The script or trying to sense whether the emotions, she manages to do so with extreme precision and emotion.

Aashayein problem with hams and only parts of that script on top. The dialogue is cheesy, rubbish and tears just flow from every angle. Emotion should be fine in a movie. Aashayein, all around which is ultimately a sense overload. Film hovers on the borders and points away from making it almost unreal imaginary being. This brings up the below script which is the quotient. And then of course, the film's pace is far too slow. The slow death of John as slow to move and comes closer.

Aashayein John Abraham's glory shine. Actor Rahul Singh with such devotion and perfectionism becomes, it is unfathomable. John Abraham finally a performance that really exposed him as an actor comes out with. That makes you cry with emotion and he feels immense pain. And as much drama as much owns the film, the viewer help manage Abraham overlooked aspect of tears. Finally, he has come. Sonal Chauhan shows promise. Nair Anaitha watch out for one. Farida Jalal is a disappointment, however a lot as he hams. Ashwin Chitale young enthusiastic young boy, Rahul Singh, the rigorous management of change is as awesome.

In its totality, Aashayein promising and filled with emotion. The problem with the film is simple: it is emotionally far-fetched and too slow. There are scenes that you are overwhelmed with tears and emotion are a number. Aashayein to be seen at least once, especially since Abraham himself as an actor ... Finally revealed!

John Abraham - Rahul Sharma
Prateeksha Lonkar - Sister Grace
Shreyas Talpade - Special Appearance
Anaitha Nair - Padma
Sonal Sehgal - Nafisa

Production Credits
Director: Nagesh Kukunoor
Producer: Elahe Hiptoola
Written by: Nagesh Kukunoor

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