Gunda just could be the most talked about movie on every engineering campus in India. Girls toss in their beds wondering what could be there in that masterpiece, that makes every guy, go giggles and hi-5s when they talk about it. One of Mithunda’s classics; the dialogue deliveries are too good to be missed.
As with every Hindi movie made by Kanti Shah (for that matter, any other director), the plot needs no understanding. But the action sequences are out of this world. The scene where millions of autos come to attack poor Mithunda in an Esteem (oh, by the way Mithun aka Shankar in this movie is a sincere coolie whose father was a constable in the Indian Police) must have been inspiration for Bill Gates’ Windows 3.1 screensaver; the part where man and animal work together to save the baby; the part where the actress says without breaking into echoing chuckles while she was in the middle of the Sahara, “Main to college jaa rahi thi…” required inspiration from the heavens above. The dialogues, with absolutely no effort made in hiding their crudeness, have become almost become part of our language.
Kanti Shah outdid himself in this movie; infact the IMDB rating for this movie is… 8.9! (It used to be 9+ earlier.) A must-watch for all guys (and gals) looking for a mindless evening. Disclaimer: To be watched in a group of 5+.
In other news, IIMB will host the annual SPIC MACAY dusk-to-dawn event, Yamini this Thursday 7:30pm onwards. Free for all students, and free passes obtainable from them for outsiders. 🙂
Catering to your senses will be:
- Smt. Bombay Jayashri (popular as the playback singer of the famous Zara Zara/Vaseegara)
- Smt. Jayanthi and Shri. Kumaresh in Samvaada
- Smt. Rama Vaidyanathan
- Shri. Purbayan Chatterjee
I should just ask the Media Cell to post on my blog. What say? Will save me a lot of trouble. 😀