Now here’s a movie that makes sense. How much “shoot-em’ ups” can we exposed to before we hit overload? Well, don’t get upset, I love “shoot-em ups” too! Wow some great stuff coming next month.
What is superb on this picture is that we who live in the comforts of luxury are thrust into the real world of Mumbai. We meet the most interesting brothers, who are dubbed the “two muskateers” as they were recognized in their community for their special powers to be pranksters.
I was privilege to see this movie on Valentine’s Day, and from that point of view, this is a perfect movie for VD seeing the third muskateer is a young lady, and our hero pursues her with a relentless fever.
This movie for me is 5 star, and I’ll be looking for the sound track at my favorite store as the music has a powerful place in this movie as well.
I just hope for you that you get the chance to see this movie. This isn’t make-believe movie though one may feel the overall story to be a Cinderella type movie. The truth is people in India do live in some the worst conditions in the world. I’m not saying that all Indians live in bad conditions, just that we can find some of the greatest suffering in places like Mumbai, New Dehli and Kolkata. It should stop us, it should shock us, and it should call us to action. With the greatest tragedies happening right in our country due to the economic swings, none of our failures will touch the suffering of these people. For that we should be reminded.
Oh well, off the topic eh? This is an engaging movie that deserves a place in our lives to reach into our hearts and remind us that love is the most precious commodity in the world, not oil. In fact, love is not a commodity, it is an exceptional way of life. Would it be that we learn the lessons of Jamal and his faithfulness to brother and friend, Latika.