9/02/2015

DRISHYAM – VISUALS CAN BE DECEPTIVE.

This movie has whetted my appetite for more Bollywood movies. And Ajay Devgan has impressed me again. He has come up with this to prove he’s an aptly talented actor, capable of any diverse genres. All firmly put suspense leaves no time to turn the movie to a soporific one. Though Ajay does his part in the movie perfectly, I wonder (relating to reality), if I were in the shoes of the protagonist, would I be able to perfectly save my family from the unjustly just treatments due to the crime? Perhaps, I could! Only if I had suitably comfortable character perfectly opposite to, then, what my guilt would be.

Review: Vigay Salgaonkar (Ajay Devgan) is a middle class family man, who leads a normal life with his wife (Shriya Saran) and two daughters. Being a cable provider and a movie enthusiast, he spends his nights in his office, returning home in mornings only. Though away, most of his nights, he, of course, does gives time for his family also; fills all their needs and satisfies their pleas. His generosity is not only limited within his family members but also extends beyond the confinement of his home. For this, people of his community consider him a decent man as he is. But only decent people don’t make up this world. Vigay has enmity with a police officer, whose corrupt intent has not only bloated himself but also plagued the community and he seeks vengeance upon the protagonist. Not until Vijay’s family gets entangled in a web of problems, does the officer get to infect the family. However, Vijay is an intelligent father and a loving husband. Being a movie geek, he devices a plan. An invincible plan, indeed. 

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review and yes mine is also Ajay Devgan ...

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