On the lunch table at office, one of the senior colleagues mentioned an interesting thing.
“If you watch two movies a year, watch “English Vinglish” twice”
The answer lies within and that’s depicted in the movie very interestingly and naturally by the lady director and the ever beautiful and talented actress, Sridevi.
Sometimes you get deep into trouble and humiliation, no one helps you, and that’s when you have to help yourself.
Lot patience is needed to run a family and to be giving encouraging life to the naughty kids especially when they are at their earlier ages. I learnt this from one of the scenes from the movie.
Come back films have been many and “English Vinglish” stands one in hundred too. Sridevi, who never needed to add her husband’s name to hers to be aware in the crowd, is looked amazingly homely and beautiful in the movie. The screen play is one of the intelligent and attractive ones of these days’ movies.
I don’t remember noticing people standing and not able to go out of the theater while supporting staff’s names getting scrolled on the screen at the end. Of course, some of the scenes from the shooting time were getting played too but that’s when you cannot stop yourself from appreciating the director’s thinking. And not just that, as the Indian film world’s most cherished actress comes back to silver screen after a long gap, people could not miss her acting even though it was for the last couple minutes after “The End”.
Marriage and its bonding have been unquestionably portrayed in the speech that the lady in the lead role gives at the end.
Really, a must watch movie for every member of a family. I enjoyed every bit of entertainment in it.