Dec 5, 2010

“No heroes; no zeroes” Raktha Charitra–2.

The first half-an-hour recap of the part-1 didn’t succeed in boring me. The so called violence could not irritate me, at all, to be specific. The kind of hatred that the characters of the movie reiterated in their dialogues was not enough to make me dislike any single bit of the movie. All that I could see and feel was the emotions those were depicted in the most stylish way ever, especially in such a kind of faction based movie. All that made me think was the consciously written screen-play.

Simply, Ram Gopal Varma ji has done it, once again.

The first half-an-hour recap might have bored many. I have only one reason behind saying this and that is the set of comments made by the audience from the back portion of the theater, which I can still hear with my eyes closed. It was enough evident to say that it bored them. Or, might not, as I heard people checking with the theater administration whether they had started playing the first part of the movie instead of second one, by mistake! Any ways, I sincerely appreciate the confidence of the director in his film and the nerves of the audience, that made him do the recap, and of course it was for many other unavoidable reasons as well, which the team unit would have thought much more than anyone, before releasing the movie.

I loved the action scenes of the movie. Surya and Vivek Oberoi were just perfect in speaking with their eyes. It is good that some moral precautions have been taken by the RGV, such that the feelings of anyone would not be hurt unnecessarily.

No heroes; no zeroes. It was all about the way the characters of the movie looked at their lives and understood others, as supporters or hurdles. This concept has been depicted so naturally and very convincingly. In fact this would be the major plus point for the movie to win many hearts. For this, especially, RGV deserves a heartful applause.

Some people may debate on why such movies shall come at all and bring the controversies and emotional imbalances in society. When the film was released and many controversies happened, I myself said in couple of situations, why this guy had such stories as movies!! But, after giving the thought some time, I got realized; Such movies may create a set of controversies; they may not stand resembled the complete streak of incidents inspired those people (based on whose lives such movies are made) to behave in such a way during their times; but they stand tall in narrowing down the gap between the unknown (incidents of contemporary) and the people of the society; hence definitely such movies shall be encouraged by taking them with sportiveness. With all the confidence I can say that the willing directors like RGV shall be encouraged more and more, such that, if not the entire reality can be shown, at least the thought provocation is very helpful for the social lives in the years to come. Many facts and emotions can be understood by the younger generations when such movies are taken seriously and thought of.

On the whole, for me, it was a good experience in and out the theater. It entertained me; it made me think; it made me understand; and I didn’t expect anything else from this movie especially after knowing it’s basis.

10 comments:

KParthasarathi said...

I haven't seen the movie but feel impelled after reading your nice review.Thanks

Yamini Meduri said...

Hey Di..!!!

waiting to see it too. RGV is definitely a different director and he is right when he says that the audience dont appreciate me coz they are not upto his level..!!!

RC is something is also hated to see first but having known the basis and having listening to all kinds of stories about it...I wanted to see it..the first aprt was amazing and as I just read it, RC2 is also good..!!

waiting for the next weekend..!!

yours
yamini meduri

deeps said...

not really a movie buff... i hardly watch movies...
but thanks for sharing this one..

Creativity!! said...

Good Info :) :)

Ria said...

I dint watch it...so cant talk abt it.

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Partha uncle, glad abt it..

Being Pramoda... said...

HI Yamini, thats well said.. sad that we missed to watch this one together..:(

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Deeps.. thanks yaa

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Sahana, thanks gal..

Being Pramoda... said...

Hi Ria.. its ok.. watch it when u have time..its good..