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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Zanjeer


Messed up and exuberant, in a nutshell, a pure delirium. Zanjeer manages to be dangerously exaggerated without losing sight of the plot, passionate with a captivating story and expertly interpreted. In the chaos you are involved and the characters seem to come alive and take life directly from one of the colorful posters hand-painted.



Vijay is a cop who can never simply to do his duty, every enemy is a personal obstacle and is also able to break the law in order to reach it and condemn it. At the root of this behavior there is a heavy trauma in childhood that his mind has removed over the years. But the memory is held every night in the form of recurring dream, Vijay is haunted by the image of a white horse topic which by the way was taken in an ironic way in the film Jaane tu ya Jaane na and understands that this behind her phobia is hiding something.
The decisive factor will be meeting with Mala, which will fall in love, and with Sher Khan, the bandit who chooses to change his life to be his best friend.

To see the films produced by Mumbai in the 70s is perhaps necessary to accustom the eye to the heavy characterization good-bad, heroes villain, and try not to stop at the simplicity of the surface to get to the bottom and focus on the actors framed and on the ability of directors to create from nothing a real epic.
Become attached to the film of the decade is to have suspended all control to catapult into a reality of contrasts where everything seems predictable, to rediscover and always different.

Big B is as usual perfection. I'll have to stop repeating myself or become boring. To quote a phrase from the movie is a freshwater lake created by the force of a volcano. Jaya Bhaduri, plays a lively and dynamic multi-hued. Not only a female figure to the left of the hero as could be Parveen Babi or Bindu but a perfect protagonist able to steal the show even in the same Amitabh perhaps the only one who can counter the uncontrolled presence of her husband on the screen , carving always very good performance, which, given its historical modesty, it was not ever boasted.

Surely capture the attention of the bad good guy played by Pran, from the costumes and hairstyles improbable, halfway between a drawing and a comic book character in a play medieval. But the real antagonist has a more sophisticated look. Vijay starts to search for the culprit from the bottom capturing Sher Khan to realize that the evil comes from high. The real villain is surrounded of power and is the most prominent king from the strata of society; as in many masala movies of the 70s, is a bad-bad-bad and is extremely recognizable.

Considered by critics among the best films of Bachchan, offers one of the most famous scenes of the pair Jaya Amitabh, what has been dubbed the scene of the window. The two protagonists look of street artists perform in a love song and do not know if you look for with the look or avoided. Is not it curious that the most celebrated of an action movie turns out to be just that.

Zanjeer titled Toofan in Telugu a remake of the classic 1973 Hindi film of the same name is a Indian action film about raging vengeance, the account of an orphan who finds reason to exist in the very insecurities that torment him starring Atul Kulkarni, Ram Charan, Priyanka Chopra, Mahie Gill, Sanjay Dutt, Prakash Raj directed by Apoorva Lakhia, shot simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu produced by Reliance Entertainment.

Pinky Zanjeer Movie Song