Sunday, 24 June 2012

GOW (Gangs of Wasseypur)and all the talk about the "changing grammar" of indian cinema is GOMN (Getting On My Nerves). Am a great fan of Anurag Kashyap AND Just watched it.. and what do i remember- Manoj Bajpai's performance and a couple of interesting tarantinoesque scenes. But arre bhai, story kiske g**** mein ghus gayi? (to borrow from the lexicon that the dialogue tries to popularise). Grammar has a purpose- it needs to convey something in a meaningful manner. If it does not, the entire work can dissolve into vomit -with food fragments-that seemed interesting at some point!! dirty analogy. but seems apt. These days, it has become a fashion to "wow" unconventional treatments- irrespective of whether the overall movie holds itself together well. . I side with the story though... and i am sure i am not the only one to do so. Hope Part 2 makes me salute Mr Kashyap the way "dev d", "gulal", "black friday" did

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