Friday, October 06, 2006

Khosla Ka Ghosla - V

Coming back to Khosla Ka Ghosla, the movie however totally belongs to Anupam Kher. He has said in one of his interviews to a newspaper that he is grateful to one of his friends father on whom the character of Mr. Khosla was based. Anupam Kher is totally in his elements and evokes empathy from the viewers immediately upon his entry on the screen. Right from his dialogue delivery to his body language, each and every way, Anupam Kher is your regular simple service class man who is meek and timid and can be easily bullied by somebody. His love for his kids especially Parvin Dabas, his concern for his family and his wish to build a big family mansion in the plush South Delhi locality are all very sweet.

All in all, I thought the movie was pretty good if you go by the normal parameters of judging a film i.e., simple story line, good story telling by the director, good performances in the film, not too long and above all, no melodrama or over the top acting. Check it out if you have not already!!!

4 comments:

V N said...

First time here, Pappu!!
Hoping to read more of u....
:)

pappupager said...

Thanks Velu. Hoping for an extremely entertaining interaction on the Bollywood Blog Network.

sanjay jha said...

nameste pappu,
our bollywood blog network brings me here,
loved the post pen name 'pappu pager'...very nostalgic.lol.
happy blogging.
cheers,
jhaji.

http://jhaji-jhaji.blogspot.com/

pappupager said...

Thank you very much Jhaji!! As you'd probably know, I've picked up this name from the movie Deewana Mastana where Satish Kaushik plays this character of a bumbling underworld don by the same name. I thought it was one of Satish Kaushik's best performance.