HEY its Sunday fever ...no work to do...no office to go...just to roam and roam..watch movies..meeting friends......
So me and suresh went out to see the film LAKSHYA in Mulund,R-Mall. this was our 4th film in R-MALL. The Film all in all is value for money. The Scenic views of Indo Pak border at Siachin and Kargil Hills were too good to describe.Awsome Camera Movments , I like the direction too.
Intensely individualistic and pioneering in its fusion of a social conscience with fiction, "Lakshya" takes us to Kargil...slowly and deliberately.
you realise nothing is by chance in this film about finding one's metier in life. "Lakshya" takes us through one man's journey into finding a purpose in life. The punctuation marks, like Hrithik's subtle, shaded performance, are discernible in the way Farhan Akhtar glides in and out of situations so wonderfully created in Javed Akhtar's screenplay.
For a film about an inner battle and an on-location war, the soundtrack of "Lakshya" is awfully quiet. The distracting stillness secretes expressions that become apparent to those who care to listen to the sounds of silence, punctuated by bouts of booming guns and the sounds of wounded soldiers as they reclaim land from the enemies. Javed Akhtar's splendid skill as a rhetorician really rocks in the scene where Romila is tongue-lashed by a bitter soldier.
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