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Monday, October 4, 2010

The Robo Mania

"To be successful, avoid women and money..."
It took a massive 160 crores of rupees + Aishwarya Rai + Rajnikanth to prove this old adage true


This was my 'what's on your mind?' status after watching the movie Robo.

The multi-million dollar movie, Robo is a visual delight, and has set a benchmark on the Indian cinema. The picturesque locations, probably never explored by any other movie-makers added an extra glitz for the movie.

To say about Aishwarya Rai in one word she 'sizzles'.

Rajnikanth has delivered his typical style, and this time powered by 1 Tera Hertz speed and 1 Zetta Byte memory, created a mass hysteria. I am not a movie buff to publish a review, but while watching the movie I felt like 'yes.. I am gonna write a post on this..'.

The first half of the movie leaves you with chitti's comedy. It also makes you visit some spectacular spots, especially in the opening song.

The movie gets a little slow soon after the intermission and that part is quite forgettable.

However, the intensity gears get changed steadily and raise to the peak by the climax with Rajnikanth's omnipresence.

The usage of graphics and visual effects is apt and Rajni's several avatars mesmerizes the audience.

Coming to music, 'chitti chitti robo' song still tingles my ears and rest of the songs dint create much impact.

On contrary to Rajni's other flicks, this movie doesn't have a heavy introduction scene of him, there is just a simple opening, that was a kind of under statement like 'wait and watch, there is so much in store' and it is certainly justified.

One more interesting fact about the movie is, Rajni's mannerisms are not compromised even when he is playing the role of a humanoid robot ;)

Overall, your money is paid-worth!! Robo version 2.0 could be on the cards too!! :)

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