I was utterly impressed.
This movie has been recommended to me for a long time but I had no interest in it until my mum started the whole, “We never spend time anymore”, “Watch a Hindi show with me”, “You’re Indian, start watching Indian movies”.
“Fine. If I watch this show with you, will you leave my ‘How I met Your Mother’ and Brooklyn Nine Nine’ alone?”
No regrets, bhaiyya. No regrets.
This movie is a life lesson. Bravo to the screenwriter. Intelligent, intelligent script writing. Brilliant humour. Sprinkled with a little melodrama but, hey, which Indian movie isn’t?
I highly recommend this movie.
Aamir Khan’s acting was not just good, it was great. No. It was vell. Very vell done.
The storyline was well-crafted. All the right lines in all the right places. Appropriately-timed flashbacks. Minimal, if any, confusion.
Aamir Khan gets up to teach the class on learning and proves that real learning comes from a thirst for it, not the swallow-chew-spit program.
Love to learn. Learn what you love.
A little lengthy but worth it. Watch it with people. At least when you cry, they can hand you the tissues.
Pursue excellence, and success will follow, pants down.
Question: How much money do they spend fitting fans to blow Kareena Kapoor’s hair on set?
Thinking of: Rawang in a bit, a little Rancho crush, the fire is increasing and All is vell. All is vell.