An ordinary 60 plus couple - Vidhyadhar Patwardhan and his wife are forced to search for their faith in human values and society after the death of their only son Amar. In the process they undergo the most testing struggle of their lives.
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'Puri Jagannath' was a huge fan of Amitabh Bachchan and wanted to make a film with him. He approached his mentor Ram Gopal Verma who arranged a meeting, where Amitabh was very impressed with the script and signed on instantly. See more »
The movie itself is a little goofy and over-the-top, but it's a spectacular tribute to and performance by the Big B. I am absolutely crazy about the "remix" dance number combining several of AB's old hits -- and I do believe that AB is the playback singer on this, as well as Abishek, who does the rap bits. At 68, AB may not have the same moves he once had, but he hasn't lost a drop of charisma. He is still mad sexy. Even though Sonu Sood didn't have that much to do, I liked him and found him very good-looking. Hema is very beautiful in an old-fashioned way, and lent a lovely, classic presence. This movie reminded me a little of the last James Bond movie Sean Connery did, where he was kind of playing himself playing James Bond. Amitabh is Amitabh playing all of the old Vijays, with a wink and a smile. Someone mentioned that only a few actors, like AB, Sean Connery, and Clint Eastwood, can carry a movie when aged 65+...but what I always think when people compare Indian actors to American ones: the Indian actors also have to dance (and some sing, too). The only American actor I can think of who can play comedy, drama, action, and also dance is Christopher Walken, and he doesn't get to dance nearly often enough. The best examples of his dancing are in Roseland and Pennies From Heaven. But Indian actors dance in all their movies! Case closed! There is no American Amitabh, and no one else in the world like him.
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