Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Zila Ghaziabad

If you haven't watched it yet, don't bother. Won't be missing much.

The plot is needlessly dragged on. The script should've been tighter. Film should've been shorter. I couldn't even sit through the full thing.

Sanjay Dutt - Usual stuff. His role is more of a 'special appearance' type. The promos were misleading.

Vivek Oberoi - Lacks screen presence. He simply can not play the lead role. It doesn't suit him. Vivek can be the 'right-hand man' for the main lead - that's fine. Give him extra lines, no problem. But Vivek Oberoi as a main lead is unacceptable.

Arshad Warsi - A change from how he is usually portrayed. Good, but nothing brilliant. It was different from his normal characters so it was good to watch. Tolerable for most parts but the role could've been significantly better if the screenplay wasn't so lacking.

Paresh Rawal - Hate to see good talent being wasted in such films.

Ashutosh Rana - I don't know why he doesn't get better roles. He is definitely a very capable actor.

Ravi Kishan - I find him annoying, BUT in this film he manages to play the character well. Sadly, that holds true just for the first half of the film. I would blame the lacking script.

Minnisha Lamba - Ignored in every film, no reason why this should be different. Worthless, pointless character and as expected, yet another pathetic attempt at acting.

Geeta Basra - Looks good in the item song, but the song SHOULD've been better.

Shriya Saran's item song leaves a lot to be desired. It wasn't bad, it just didn't seem to fully exploit her talent, ability, skill (yes I will be shutting up now).

4 Opinions:

Unknown said...

Lol! Shriya Saran... very talented... very! :D

L o r d R a j said...

In this particular song, her talent wasn't utilised properly.

Surya Murali said...

I should ask for particulars... What part of her talent didn't show? ;D

L o r d R a j said...

nazar nazar mein farak hota hai. Aisi hi koi aashiq nahin hota hai.