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Ghajini Movie Review
  Movie Review : Ghajini
Rating : 3.75 / 5
Banner : Geetha Arts
Cast : Aamir Khan, Asin, Jiah Khan, Pradeep Rawat, Tinu Anand, Khalid Siddiqui and Others
Action : Peter Heins
Cinematography : Ravi K. Chandran
Editor : Anthony
Lyrics : Prasoon Joshi
Co-Producer : Allu Sirish
Music : A R Rahman
Producer: Tagore Madhu & Madhu Mantena
Director: A.R. Murugadoss
Released Date: December 25, 2008
Ghajini Bollywood Movie Review


A very different story, the tale begins with a past where Sanjay Singhania (Aamir) is a smart and suave business tycoon. His life changes when he meets Kalpana (Asin) the very talkative and bubbly girl, life goes hunky dory until a tragedy happens and Kalpana is killed brutally. During this, Sanjay also is badly injured and he ends up having a short term memory loss. He is a changed man altogether and from then on he has only one thing in mind- revenge and to catch the killer. In order to cope up with his memory loss, he has a Polaroid camera with him to keep pictures and then his body is tattooed with pieces of information. His profile catches the attention of Sunita (Jiah) and she tries to befriend him in many ways. However, Sanjay has no time for that and he is solely on a blood seeking mission. Is he able to find the killer? Who is the killer? Can Sanjay do something about his memory? You must watch the movie to find this out.


Ghajini Hindi Cinema Review


The director has come up with a rather unusual subject and true to its originality, he has been good with his narration and remarkable with his presentation. Full marks go to the screenplay for being executed magnificently and the script that was written so well with the twists and turns. Dialogues are worthy, music has been par excellence and there are atleast three songs that will haunt for the coming time. Cinematography again was mesmerizing and the lighting effects were dazzling. Editing was crisp and to the core. Costumes and locations were well chosen and created enough visual appeal. Coming to the cast, Asin came out with an exemplary performance and showed her true mettle. Jiah was hot and sexy though covered completely and the actress in her is seen. Pradeep Rawat was evil personified and he showed his dark side to the fullest potential. The real show stealer however was Aamir Khan who came in with an award winning performance and though his lines were just a few, it was his body language and expressions that stole the show.


Ghajini Filem Review


Though it has been believed to be the remake of the foreign film 'Memento', the director has been wise enough to just take a leaf or two but create his own story and fill it with the required elements of suspense and twists. While the first half of the film goes about with a past and gets it to the present with equal ease, the second half takes you back to the past again and culminates into a spellbinding and shocking climax. Though the length is high, the pace of the film keeps the audience glued to their seat. Technically and content wise, the film happens to be an amazing venture and it has success written all over it, however comparison might arise with the original when the southern audience see it since they have already seen the original. This could well be a blockbuster.

Bharatstudent Verdict: Definitely worth watching though you have seen the original, recommended.

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