Dirty, dirtier, dirtiest!

Yes unfortunately that’s what I feel about the latest Bollywood masterpiece, The Dirty Picture.

So why the hell am I putting her up here? Well because, this blog is not about me anymore, it is about people who are making news every week.

Anyways, so a few things about the movie…

# It should have been named the Dirty Words rather than Picture. This is the most horrendous example of script writing and even more unfortunate is that the educated young crowd has no problem listening to the corrupt, twisted, abusive dialogs (even though they won’t tolerate anything remotely close to that in real life) and being “entertained”. Who says entertainment is just dirty words? Only fools who have no clue how to tell a story resort to sleaze…

# Lot of people are all praises for Vidya Balan. I am not sure about this because I was too busy watching her exposed self. And I am not sure how many men could actually concentrate on her acting skills.

# Sometimes exposure can be beautiful. Apparently sleazy content can also be art. A nice movie in my mind is – “Malena” of Monica Bellucci. Those of you who have not been so fortunate to have watched it, please download asap. It starts with some really questionable scenes and then completely transforms into a poignantly woven story. You end up crying for the central character.

# We are inherently programmed these days to accept Hindi movies as second rate. We easily accept plagiarism, tacky writing, unfinished stories when it comes to Bollywood (whosoever has kept this name should be subject to hellfire). We always presume that when you are going to watch a Hindi movie, you must keep your brains back home. Hindi movies can’t be intellectually stimulating, they cant be aesthetically appealing, they can easily be plagiarised from multiple sources, they can be crass, tacky and dirty…

And ya one more thing, Hindi movies always make it a point to jeer at people who might start thinking logic. They always show one struggling movie director in search of meaningful cinema and he eventually realises his “mistake” and start producing “entertaining” hits.

Till the we choose to ignore art, aesthetics, story telling techniques, memorable script writing….here is entertainment on a platter for you …

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GT0V_vcd_ME

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