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Shamitabh Review : The Film have different characters from a normal films

  • Movie Review : Shamitabh
  • Director : R. Balki
  • Producer : Sunil Lulla
  • Writter : R. Balki
  • Starring : Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush, Akshara Haasan
  • Music : Ilaiyaraaja
  • Cinematography : P. C. Sreeram
  • Editor : Hemanti Sarkar
Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush, Akshra Haasan, Shamitabh, R.Balki,
Mumbai : Latest Hindi film 'Shamitabh' which has released today and written and directed by R Balakrishnan jointly produced by Sunil Lulla, Balki, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, R. K. Damani, Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Sunil Manchanda and Dhanush under their respective production banners, staring  Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush and Akshara Haasan in her debut, in the lead roles.

All the lead characters in this movie has done pretty much good performance for this movie. Shamitabh movie has received a great review from the audience and even from the film critics and this movie is a full entertainer movie, as the film has great songs in it and even the some scenes in the movie are beautiful. Shamitabh movie Review says that the characters in the movie are different from a normal films and even the comic moments and crucial dramatic scenes are really good to watch.

The movie is novel – it is in no way a masala blockbuster and yet it does not mock the mindless cinema of Bollywood churns out outright, despite the many chances that it has. A mute boy Daanish, from a small village in Maharashtra, lives on a diet of movies. He has big dreams of being a hero and lands in Mumbai after a brief stint as a bus conductor (perhaps as a tribute to his father-in-law's humble background). Here, after all the struggles of establishing himself he finds his voice in Amitabh Sinha ( played by Big B) and an empathiser in Akshara.

Balki explores the tussle between the voice and the man. The ego clash of two men playing the same part. It brings to screen a unique dimension of a persona – that of the face and its identity, played by two men who have indeed given the roles their best.

This is a film about superstardom, starring superstars. It’s about the high of the rise and the constant threat of the fall; the jealousy, the disappointment and all the other emotional baggage that comes with stardom. In one scene, Shamitabh is shooting a movie where his heroine has to visit the loo, so he builds her a toilet out of snow and the commode becomes a romantic theme in the song. Yup, Shamitabh is also an unsubtle commentary of the nature of commercial Bollywood.

The story is also replete with conveniences and omissions a voice-box technology which allows someone else’s voice from a few feet away to be lip-synced by another; no one questions why Shamitabh never speaks otherwise, no background story on this struggler and an all-too trusting Akshara.




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