12
Mar
07

Nishabd: Got no words for it…

Again Bollywood dares to copy their far western neighbour Hollywood, by making another fake movie. When are we old enough to realise that it is not entertaining when movies are copied from other movies. Especially not Desi movies copied from Amreekan movies!

Back to the point. This new movie named Nishabd was released a few days ago. Directed by one of the most known directors in Bollywood, Ram Gopal Verma. Starring in the lead roll, the Big B a.k.a. Amitabh Bachan along with the newcomer 19 year old Jiah Khan. This movie tells a story of a happily married man – old man, very old man – named Vijay, who starts a lovely dovely scene with his daughters friend Jia (without the “h”). This whole “pyaar ka chakkar” starts playing when Vijay sneekily takes pictures of Jia, whilst she is showering herself in the rain – how cliche and ew so pedophile as if Rani wasn’t enough for him in the movie Black (remember that movie? He also had some forbidden and mysterical love for his female student Michelle? Which was also a copy!). And yes ofcourse Vijay is a photographer by profession, good excuse for him to take pictures of Jia. The love might be “pure”, but lets not forget that he is married and Jia is his daughters friend. So how to deal with these dilemmas now? Kill the love or kill your family and continue loving the forbidden love? Interesting.

So basically, another oh-so-many-times-seen movie. If you want to know the climax and ending of this movie, just simply pour some of the Hollywood movie American Beauty in a mug, add some of the movie Poison Ivy, shake it few times and voila you’ll have an Indian movie named “Wordless” (meaning of the word ‘Nishabd’). Or just read the novel by Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita, where the movie is inspired from. According to the rumors, the movie opens to very poor response and appreciation. It is a total loss. A total loss. What a shame. Gopi could’ve saved some money and spent that on the monkeys in the Monkey Temple of Jaipur. Gopi you could’ve bought them some bananas! Many bananas! Urgh what a loss!

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2 Responses to “Nishabd: Got no words for it…”


  1. 1 Ayesha Fazli
    March 13, 2007 at 9:27 am

    The movie is a complete disaster, it fails in numerous aspects, but most importantly in its theme. The title is some love stories are never meant to be understood, however the way movie unfolds it seems more like a “lust story” than a love story.

  2. 2 stealthsurfer
    March 13, 2007 at 9:28 am

    I’ve not seen this movie but read the review on another site and it’s says amitabh did a good work.Nobody can not this type of work other than Amitabh.


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