Ghajini- how worth is watching the movie?
Ghajini, the much awaited movie of Aamir Khan has just released this week. It’s overall an engrossing and powerful movie. It’s a movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat from the start and is replete with violence. The main concept of the movie is coming from the english movie ‘Memento’. In 2005, the tamil movie ‘Ghajini’ has released with the same concept.
A.R. Rahman’s music is quite good and obviously the main attraction is Aamir. It’s a typical bollywood movie with songs, romance and plenty of actions……here you’ll get nothing special. But the main attraction is Aamir Khan’s muscular body with marvelous acting! We’ve seen Aamir in different roles and all know that he is a great creator who always gives us something new with his talented and intelligent acting skills. But still here ‘Ghajini’ has created a different craze due to his completely different looks.
Brief story - Sanjay Singhania (Aamir Khan), a business tycoon owns a cellular phone company named Air Voice, falls in love with Kalpana (Asin) who is a struggling model, fabricates a story that she is dating Sanjay in order to get big offers though she has never met him. She goes to the extent of giving an interview about her relationship with Sanjay to a magazine. Sanjay got irritated and decided to meet her. On his way to meeting her, he sees a young girl (who happens to be Kalpana) helping handicapped children. At the studio he is pleasantly surprised to realize that Kalpana is the same helpful girl he had seen. He chooses to hide his identity. Thereafter Sanjay keeps meeting Kalpana and their romance blossoms. He never reveals his true identity. The two decide to get married.Meanwhile, Sanjay has to go to London because of some business deal. While he is abroad, Kalpana saves a group of young girls from flesh traders led by the don, Ghajini (Pradeep Rawat). When Ghajini comes to Kalpana's house to avenge the loss and embarrassment, incidentally, Sanjay too arrives. Ghajini kills Kalpana and injures Sanjay with a heavy iron rod that causes him to lose his memory.
Well, to know the rest part you have to watch the movie! :)
Aamir…Aamir…Aamir!! Needless to say a mind-blowing performance! The movie has some loopholes but the editing and music parts are admirable.
Casting- Aamir Khan, Asin Thottumkal, Pradeep Rawat, Jiah Khan