One of the best movie in Indian film industry. It is a clean slate to understand the flow of script and the whole part was weaved very carefully to narrate the story. The four characters were connected at a point and showed their sense of discovering the affections. Here we can see in this movie is that the people were running to find their perfect spaces. After the persona of Alfredo from ‘Nuovo Cinema Paradiso’, I was totally captivated by Arun, Munna, Shai and Yasmin. It’s very powerful, very very potent.We can feel that this movie is perfect to find our pieces in each characters. Its very important movie that scripted like a novel. You can feel after watching this movie, you have read a good novel.People who are all expecting pathetic dramatic acting, they will not understand the meaning of realistic acting in this movie. Each and every cast acted as their own body language without imitations. When I watched ‘Motor Cycle Diaries’, I’ve started to search the music director. Finally I have got lots of Gustavo Santaolalla’s master pieces. The music moves us into a different world. I loved it. We can find our ‘selves’ in this film. A clean slate, we can paint our mind in this canvas and we can find where we are standing. Kiran Rao has directed her first movie. Personally I am eagerly waiting for her next flick. I am thanking the whole team for presenting this chef-d’oeuvre.
One of my favorite scene from this movie, Shai ask her maid to serve tea for herself and Munna. The maid serves tea in two different kinds of cups. One is a very clean and designer teacup for Shai and other one is a normal glass teacup for Munna. In this particular scene, we can see that the maid doesn’t want to see a person who is in the same economic status with posh people. The discrimination is within themselves, it is very tough for the maid to accept it. It’s not just a jealous attitude, but it really shows the differences to us. One more interesting part in this scene, after noticing the two different tea cups, Shai gives a furious look to the maid. That’s very subtle. I love this scene.