Comments on: Ghajini: Aamir’s most commercial film yet Bollywood and culture in an emerging India Tue, 08 Jul 2014 03:39:46 +0000 hourly 1 By: Manikanta Wed, 27 May 2009 02:30:11 +0000 Aamir rocks in this movie. Excellent action.

By: shab khan Thu, 29 Jan 2009 05:01:35 +0000 i have seen the movie 20 times and i agree for this that Aamir khan is really king khan … I love Aamir khan and it is my utmost desire to meet him……..

By: ASHISH D. MALAKAR , kalol (GUJARAT) Fri, 23 Jan 2009 11:29:48 +0000 Hi Mr. Perfectionist
Aamir khan , I have seen this movie 15 times till
date… and each time i see something different in it…
Sir , i think this movie don’t show only love between
sanjay & kalpana but also that ,a girl can make & destroy a man’s life, there was not a single point that can be critize by people… the movie is legend….
By watching this movie i ‘m eager to meet u (amir) & asin….
100 star to movie….
kalol (GUJARAT)

By: Abhijit Mon, 12 Jan 2009 15:12:27 +0000 I agree with the title of the Blog.

It is without a doubt the most commercial movie by aamir.

The movie has nothing new to offer other than the stolen concept of 15 minutes blackout.

Its basically lovey dovey love story, villain kills heroine, hero takes revenge…

The only creative guy taking part in the movie was mr A R Rehman.Great job done by him.

Aamir khan, well, riding on his mr.perfection character may have gone thru pains of developing those 8 packs but thats not at all enough.(i take tat for granted from an actor of his stature).

What i expect is more from aamir khan,more than what other jokers are doing.
Do a lagaan, do a dil chahta hai, do a taare zameen par,…

In my views, ghajini is out and out a commercial movie, which is nothing more than 3 hours of useless cinema in a very shiny and innovative package.

By: avigya Mon, 05 Jan 2009 10:38:50 +0000 u should never compare any movie with another one.

By: JoyLynford Sat, 03 Jan 2009 11:54:47 +0000 aamir khan rocks, he has really worked for this movie and the character selection is excellent.

By: passionlikeocean Fri, 02 Jan 2009 11:51:10 +0000 Waste of money and time! May be it is Amir’s stardom that is suppressing all bad things in this movie. Except music nothing is good. Main storyline that is copy from ‘MEMENTO’ is mixed with improper SOUTH INDIAN movie maker thoughts, especially in fight scenes. After a long time I have seen Amir’s over acting. This was not his type of script. Hope for the best in 3 IDIOTS from him!!!!!

By: neo Wed, 31 Dec 2008 07:25:37 +0000 Mumbai Hindi film industry??
I saw what you did there/

By: anant Tue, 30 Dec 2008 13:33:50 +0000 Ghajini is a good, absorbing movie and Aamir Khan looks refreshingly fresh while Asin brings a certain understated touch to her character. She does look glamorous, but has somehow managed to underplay that
to push the real character behind the face and looks.

It is absurd for the reviewer to suggest the romance slackens the pace of the movie. Can’t remember the last time we had a Mumbai Hindi film which ran for less than three hours. At least these days there aren’t too many sibling reunion stories! But the romance is crucial to build-up to understand why the hero is hell-bent on his revenge. And that Murugadoss does brilliantly.

One does come away thinking the movie could have been broken into two parts, the soft romance and the action with fleeting glimpses of the crime that took away the hero’s ladylove. But don’t agree with the reviewer over-analyzing the movie.

Liked the way Jiah Khan’s role has been understated, think that was crucial for the credibility of the movie. Accent is no issue these days, the Urdu-laced dialogues have vanished from Hindi films.

Aamir has played both parts convincingly, showing a lot of energy. Both the chocolate hero of old and the hardened revenge-seeker are intact.

The songs are lovely. If you, as usual accept at the start that very little in the Mumbai Hindi film industry is original (the story/screenplay etc.), then it is wonderful entertainment.

By: Sakshi Tue, 30 Dec 2008 10:56:09 +0000 I thought the movie was too violent and Aamir has looked a lot better in the past. Jiah Khan cannot act and you are right about her accent… it needs some solid work.
Asin on the other hand grew on me through the movie and her scenes were the most watchable. The fight sequences with iron rods and rusted taps became unbearable.