Raja Hindustani in 1996 has won the Filmfare Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Score. Raja Hindustani reserves beyond agreed scenes, beautiful emotions
So we tend to stop quickly enough the DVD ... It would be a pity! Because under its schematic outside, if not caricatures, this film brings us an interesting reflection on maternal love, or more precisely on the damage that can cause lack of maternal love. It shows us how adults who have not experienced the love of a mother can fall into all panels because they do not have enough confidence in themselves nor love. Raja and Aarti are truly disabled life. Where anyone (you, me!) Obviously take the right decision, they go astray, will win, trust visibly twisted people believe too easily in the betrayal of the other ... They lack strength, these benchmarks that produce balanced adults.
One can enjoy Aamir Khan who puts all the ardor of his youth in the interpretation of this immature People, Extreme. He has that hunted look, ready for any violence, even if the threat is ridiculous, what some kids in a playground ... The game Karisma Kapoor is formulaic, but it also knows how to give up and s frighten her abandonment, and doubt scare of his doubt, all without a single word, or by having a glaring contradiction in speech with his eyes. We feel very invested actors in their roles.
Raja Hindustani reserves beyond agreed scenes, beautiful emotions, like that scene where thunder and Raja Aarti forget propriety probably one of the first kisses of Bollywood history!, as the famous song choreographed, Pardesi pardesi jana nahi , who did a lot for the success of the film was released, where gypsy dancers (or equivalent) beautifully express the exuberance of love face bundled up agreements in Western suits sad heroes. As this scene where Aarti puts her stepmother its responsibilities, well ... It also reserves, it must be said, some aberrant scenes with a baby, that would be much better in her crib.
The music is by Nadeem Shravan, but outside of that memorable song Pardesi pardesi jana nahi, nothing really noteworthy. The clips are very numerous, nine in total! Four or five frankly superfluous without high quality in music and dance, which only add to make the film.
Raja Hindustani in 1996 has won the Filmfare Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Score. You can see one year particularly needy elsewhere. The popular success we can also see there a movie that allows humble of deep India to give lessons in morality and love the wealthy westernized city dwellers.