I know that it's Saturday, but this first week of school was quite stressful, so I had no time at all to write this.
There was also some complication with my DVD-order, so I don't have any 2011-Bollywood-DVDs yet, and I also don't have any money (almost). It's just enough to go to the indie-cinema about once a week for 3€, which means I'll be watching "The Tree of Life" next week, but I'll still have to wait for "Super 8" and "Planet of The Apes". Anyways, I have a lot of other DVDs to watch.
It's nice to really be back again, I always love writing this feature.
Not A Love Story
Director: Ram Gopal Varma (Rann, Rakht Charitra)
Ram Gopal Varma is Bollywoods go-to man if you want to chock the whole industry/ country. He has his very own film-making style, and he has both failed greatly and succeeded greatly with his films.
I dare say we can expect something new and chocking from his latest film.
Mahie Gill has already left a quite good impression on me in "Dev.D", and I'm eager to see, whether she can live up to the expectations I have.
The male lead is a newcomer, and I'm also interested in watching how good he is, but it's also important that this is a female-centered film. At least I hope so.
"Not A Love Story" is one of the films to keep an eye on...
Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande
Director: Parvin Dabas (former actor, debuting as director)
Except for Anupam Kher, all the actors look unfamiliar to me, except for Parvin himself, who had a small role in MNIK.
At the first look, SDGB seemed like another brain-less, stupid, typical comedy, but I've changed my mind now - at least a little.
I'm not completely sure, how to look at it, but it does have potential to be more than just stupid. Hopefully even funny.
Interesting also, that it's produced by Preeti Jhangiani - I didn't know she's producing now.
Chatur Singh Two Star
Director: Ajay Chandok (Nehlle Pe Dehlla, Team - The Force)
Sorry guys, I'm not watching that trailer. The first 30 seconds and reading the synopsis was enough.
I'm in a weak state of mind, I can't deal with more of that nonsense right now.
Watch it yourself, if you want to.
Thank you for reading,
Mette M. K.