“Accomplished and universally appealing, this is how bollywood movie should be made” – quoted BBC, with 5 star rating. Only movie to gain this year both critical accliam and explosive box office collection. The first blockbuster of the year 2006. Its your chance to view this exclusive movie in coordination with indianmoviesclub (server).
Cast: Aamir Khan, Siddharth, Sharman Joshi
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehraâ€™s movie â€˜Rang De Basantiâ€™ is a must-watch for reasons that the length of this review may not suffice to express. More than just a technically brilliant flick, â€˜Rang De Basantiâ€™ has a story that entertains you, makes you think and stirs you deep inside in the end.
The plot of the movie straddles two different time periods â€“ first one, the contemporary setting revolving around a group of friends. The second one is in the pre-independence India, revolving around freedom fighters like Chandrashekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh and Ashfak.
Parallels are drawn between the characters in the two time periods and as the story moves towards its conclusion, the barrier of time begins to dissolve and the characters become one in spirit.
On the whole, RANG DE BASANTI will have its share of advocates and adversaries. A well-made film, which catered both aam janta and the elites equally. Every so often Bollywood produces a rare gem like Rang De Basanti, a film that breaks the mould by offering something more sophisticated than the standard musical melodrama.