It's a perfect film
Vasan’s film is not just a film for the day, it is his homage to the film buffs in all of us who do not shy away from our love for the Genre films. There has not been a better film in Indian cinema that does what Vasan does with Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota.
A good film that remains short of being an epic on screen too!
Kesari in the end is a war film, a true story of the impossible feat made possible by the valour of 21 men of the 36th Sikhs Regiment of the British Indian Army and is made like that with lot of patriotic fervour, war cries, religious swank – Sikh Pride to be precise and all things in between and that’s what makes the film interesting inordinately.
It’s extremely hard to not be influenced by your own politics when writing and creating a film on Kashmir. However, the makers try and bring forth the best and the most accurate and authentic drama on film about what Kashmir has lost in the middle of all things right and wrong and to find a narrative that makes you re-imagine the juxtaposition of two images the world has of the citizens and forces in Kashmir and could there be ways to reach out to everyone and give peace a chance if only for the sake of our children.
A film that mostly does well but dwarfs in the line-up of 20 films set-up before it in MCU
Captain Marvel is no wonder woman, but Oscar winner Brie Larson makes a decent film with her performance for her entry in the MCU that will take the franchise forward with better films. It ties the universe together to an extent and will take it forward too, making it an event film before a tent pole event film for the MCU.
Brilliant Film let down only by my own expectations