Ram Gopal Varma’s prestigious film, Department bombed at the box office. People who came out of theatres after watching this movie looked distressed and sad. When asked as to how the movie was many of them gave thumbs down. Everyone expected that Department would be a big hit as Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt and Rana Daggubati appeared together but there was nothing great except the trio. Quickly go through this review before you watch the film.
We're in the rebellious District 13 section of Panem, what was once North America, where an oppressive totalitarian government rules, the cult of celebrity thrives, and war is on. (Thus, the to-the-death contests referenced in the title have been called off. Katniss Everdeen has played onceagain by Jennifer Lawrence, where she finds herself in the center of the rebellion against the Capitol, led by District 13’s president, Coin (Jennifer Lawrence). She hopes to organize and unite all the districts and overthrow President Snow (Donald Sutherland) under the guidance of Plutarch Heavensbee (the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, to whom the film is dedicated), who had helped Katniss from the Games.
Saif Ali Khan's role looks very goofy, pleasure-seeking urban Romeo, which makes you feel his earlier movies such as Hum Tum, Love Aaj Kal and Cocktail. Saif’s character in Happy Ending though is not exactly different from the one, where he has played in the aforementioned endeavors. Kareena Kapoor Khan’s cameo role showed outstanding screen presence is short and sweet, while Preity Zinta(Divya) plays a perfect companion to Yudi. Govinda has played key role in the movie and it shows clearly why he is called as the true comedy king of Bollywood.
Darshan has dominated with a rebellious attitude with no qualms, while chemistry with Rachita Ram makes magic of Bulbul to this movie. Rebel star Ambareesh also not impressed audience for the role of Kempe Gowda, which it shows insufficient screen presence to the fans.Ambareesha movie has finally hit the theaters in Bengaluru, starring Ambareesha starring Darshan, Ambareesh, Priyamani, Rachita Ram and Kelly Dorji, which it is being produced and directed by Mahesh Suhadhare. V. Harikrishna composed music for Ambareesha and Sathya Hegde handled the Cinematography.
Ranveer Singh and Ali Zafar have played Dev and Tutu respectively in the movie, while Govinda played a key role of Bhaiyaji and sizzling actress Parineeti Chopra essayed the role of Disha in the movie. The lead actors' performances will be the major attractions of the film. Meanwhile, Kader Khan and Rocky Verma have played key roles in ‘Kill Dil’ movie. Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra have been madly fall in love with each other. Parineeti asks Ranveer to stop all bad activities for the sake of their love and a good future. The clash between Ranveer and Parineeti call of love and call of loyalty, on which the movie Kill Dil is based upon.
The movie begins with the attack on an art gallery, where Raja Ravi Varma's paintings are getting auctioned. It’s such an apt opening for a film based on the life of a painter, where his sole motive in life was to defy illogical norms. Rang Rasiya is an outstanding eloquent film that never gets weighed down by its inherent erudition and the film portrays the artiste as an icon and a rogue. It’s a statement on behalf of people who reject intolerance and are continuously striving for a new India which will give space to free voice. It’s a piece of art. And Ketan Mehta, has brought the enigmatic ambivalent life and art of Varma out of the closet into the portals of palpable accessibility.
However the movie is a remake of 1982 film Shaukeens, which it is being tried to narrate the film with the modern touches. The movie begins on a positive note but starts dipping towards and lacks interest towards the interval. The second half of the movie will give us a bit entertainment and the actors have been wasted. The comedy has not impressed the audience and it dips to the worst reaching toward the climax. Akshay Kumar helps to bring some much needed smiles and the movie has nothing to offer in the second half leaving the movie hopeless.