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Tuesday, July 19, 2005


Went to see 'Sarkar' on a rainy Monday evening. I had heard that the theme was based on the Mario Puzo's Godfather. While some plots were clearly taken from Godfather, they were well Indian-ized. I thought the appearance of 'Sarkar' (lead character in the movie) carries some impact from Shivsena Chief's personality. Amongst other things, a clear factor different from Godfather was the number of people that you can see on the screen. In every other Bollywood movie one can see hundreds of people, creating a crowd for one reason or the other. The population problem is becoming serious, even in the movies.
Ash visited 'Siddhivinayak' temple in Mumbai. It became a news along with a pic. She has become so much more important, even more than Tajmahal.


At 7/21/2005 12:08:00 AM, Blogger tmww said...

arey aawaaj koNaachaa!

aaNi shevaTi saaheb khoosh aahet picture baghun. besides sahebannaa surakshaa hi havich ..aaNi tyaa saathi maNase hi laagaNaarach. population problem kuThe aalaa tyaat.

At 7/21/2005 09:48:00 PM, Blogger Mahesh said...

Just observe the number of human beings seen in any Bollywood movie. The ccharacters might be few, but the crowd a plenty...


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