Posts Tagged ‘Mallika Sherawat’
Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Snapshot of the Story
Murder is a story about being in love, marriage, extra marital affair, betrayal and murder all in one. Simran (Mallika Sherawat) and Sudhir (Ashmit Patel) are a married couple and not living a happy married life. One fine day Sunny, a college friend of Simran come into her life and they start dating. Both of them used to like each other from their college days and that turns in to betrayal with extramarital affair. Story becomes interesting when Sudhir come to know about their relationship.
Director Anurag Basu is known for his action thriller style of movies and he does it again with “Murder”, but this time he included the extramarital component to his success formula. Mallika Sherawat added extra zing with her bold and seductive scene that raised a lot of eyebrows.
Simran (Mallika Sherawat) is a working women in Bombay and successful but not satisfied with her married life which has become the common for many urban couples. Sudhir (Ashmit Patel) is a business man and often stays away from home which contributed to the loneliness of the couple. Mallika Sherawat looks like a perfect cast for the role and looked sensational that represented unsatisfied middle aged lady, but Ashmit Patel was not convincing in his role and someone of middle aged actor would be the best in this role.
Story takes the romantic turn or I refer to as a seductive turn when Simran meets her college boyfriend Sunny (Emraan Hashmi). Their heart still beating for each other and they start dating that leads to a physical relationship. Emraan Hashmi got the tag of “Serial Kisser” from this movie as they share quite a few onscreen kisses. Mallika Sherawat looked at ease whether in bikini or in a sexual encounter with no clothes on.
The thrill begins when Sudhir some to know the extra marital affair and plan the murder of Sunny on the other side Simran decides to confess that she has relationship with Sunny, but Sudhir forgives her. The climax of the movie is the weakest part of the movie as you will come to know that no murder took place in the first place.
Murder is an experiential movie made by Anurag Basu which turns out to be bold and quite successful. Equal credit goes to Mallika Sherawat that decides to do such a bold role and was done with complete maturity and grace. Ashmit in the the role of Sudhir was a wrong choice for this cast. Emraan Hashmi was best fitted to Sunny’s role. Good music is like a tradition of Bhatt camp and “Murder” was no exception that has chart buster music and topped the chart for months.
“Murder” scores 7 out of 10 for its bold yet gracefully handled topic of extra marital relationship especially for Indian cinema. Mallika Sherawat got a lot of appreciation for her role that other actress could have refused to accept and perhaps started to trend of bold and beautifully role with some grace. We would like to give an extra point just because of Mallika Sherawat that brings the total score to 8 out of 10.
Mallika Sherawat’s bold movies
Tuesday, January 10th, 2012
Snapshot of the Story
The movie shows the intricacies of the modern age relationships. It is the story of Trish (Mallika Sherawat) who doesn’t want a commitment, but her parents force her to get married which she avoids by running away on the wedding day and meets a DJ in the party Sid (Rahul Bose). Three years down the line both Trisha and Sid are in a deep relationship, but still not able to make up her mind for a commitment. Their relationship suffers cracks and now Trisha goes back to her old fiancee. The story goes through interesting twist and turns blended with comedy.
Debutant director Saket Choudhary made a good movie that portrays the commitment phobia of the young generation. Trish (Mallika Sherawat) is a young girl and daughter of a retired major from the Indian Army who believe that this is the right time and she should get married to his friend’s son Vivek (Jas Arora) who is a successful business man. Trisha thinks otherwise and not ready for any kind of commitment runs away from home on the wedding day. Sid (Rahul Bose) is a Delhi based youngster living with his mother. He works part-time with his friend as DJ at night club and private parties. Sid and Trisha meet each other when Trisha runs away from her wedding and movie take a jump forwards of three years, now they are dating and in a relationship.
Three years down the line Sid is still struggling to establish himself as a professional DJ and looking for an opportunity, but Trisha is a famous fashion model and looking for a commitment. Trisha proposes Sid, but he is still in two minds and not able to take any decision. Sid finally agrees to marriage as he doesn’t want to lose Trisha, but Trisha’s father comes in their way as he thinks Sid cannot give her a better future and rejects Sid.
Now both of them are single again and Vivek approaches Trisha again and this time she agrees to marry him. On the other hand Sid gets attached towards Tanya (Sophiya Chaudhary) who is a famous pop start. Both Trisha and Sid are busy with their life and trying to get it on the track, but Sid realizes that he is still in love with Trisha and ready for a commitment.
“Pyaar Ke Side Effect” is made for only youth audience and able to entertain them in all possible way, but this seems to be the worst part of the movie. Story of the movie is a fresh experiment on the Bollywood mainstream. Music of Pritam compliments the story very well. Mallika Sherawat looks gorgeous and sensual. Rahul Bose justifies his role as Sid and perfectly represents the current Indian youth of today. This is good romantic/comedy movie to watch.