30 July, 2006

Omkara : Re-viewed

When Rediff gave the review of Omkara as "Shakespeare would have smiled" the point had been made about the movie. A movie adapted from a classic tragedy has to tell more than the original story. And Vishal Bharadwaj has managed to do this in a great way. Before going into other characters of the movie, the character of Iago (here Langda Tyagi) played by Saif Ali Khan demands special mention. Simply beyond par. The dark shade of this character is evident from the very first scene of the movie. Nasseeruddin Shah, Ajay Devgan, Kareena and Konkana Sen are brilliant in their parts too. Vivek Oberoi and Bipasha Basu also manage to do their job well. Another actor to look out for is Deepak Dobriyal as Raju. Use of rustic UP dialect garnished with profanities at times makes the dialogues, a treat for the ears. Sometimes difficult to understand too. As I have already fell in love with its music, so not mentioning about it again. Simply a must and mast watch. I just came watching it the second time... technorati tag:

5 comments:

LitmusTest said...

Donno what to say. Everybody acted well. But the movie overall sucked :P.
And vivek oberoi had no part. Saif Ali stole the show in my opinion.

Durgesh said...

Yeah, Saif was one revealation. Ajay Devgan has already been sterotyped for these roles. Cant say it sucked, though Vishal Bharadwaj did a better job in Maqbool.

So whats up with you nowadays?

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