3 IDIOTS HINDI

3 IDIOTS HINDI

3 Idiots





Cast :
Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, R Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani
Director :Rajkumar Hirani
Producer :Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Genre :Comedy
Release Date :25-12-2009
Synopsis
Based on Chetan Bhagat's bestselling novel Five Point Someone, this flick brings together Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor for the first time. Expect a laugh riot with Munnabhai director Rajkumar Hirani at the helm of affairs. The film hits screens in the summer.


Can you laugh in the face of death? Rajkumar Hirani empowers you to re-assess your life through 3 Idiots to see how you have been living thus far. With three suicide sequences in his new film- what could have been a morbid exercise in the hands of a more ‘serious’ filmmaker, is in his hands laughing matter. There is a gleefully punctured dichotomy in Hirani’s logic – suicide has to be averted, but if you come out of it alive, you will realize how much some people love you and don’t want you to go like that; helplessness is galvanised by one’s muteness to speak up.

Mute is how most of the idiots in the film are. Farhan (Madhavan) is mute to his father’s wish who wants his beta to be an Engineer, when all Farhan wants is to escape into a tropical forest and photograph wildlife – which he is very good at. Raju (Sharman Joshi) is mute witness to his family’s pitiful condition – father bedridden, sister unwed, mother over-worked; the onus on him as he contemplates, “Fear is not good for grades” leads him to ICE – to complete his education and become a successful engineer. With their pants down at a ragging session, they meet Ranncchoddas Shamalaldas Chancha (Aamir Khan) the biggest of them all idiots (muted savant of fate). Rancho is Mr Quickfix – he has a solution for everyone’s problems – can ask Viru Sahastrabuddhe (a lispy Boman Irani) pertinent questions, “Why didn’t they use a pencil in space instead of having to spend millions on an astro-pen?” to sucking a baby out of a womb (Mona Singh’s All Izz Well foetus) with a vaccum pipe. Rancho affects the lives of all those who cross paths with him – Chatur (a brilliantly accented Omi) who wants to beat his number 1 rank, the laundry kid who runs errands for the students at ICE, to Pia (a dorky Kareena Kapoor) who is besotted by his naïve charms.

Where David Dhawan has slapstick, Sooraj Barjatya is a wedding planner, Sanjay Leela Bhansali has delusion of grandeur, Madhur Bhandarkar has faux grit, Rajkumar Hirani rummages through all these pockets to serve his consommé of cinema which has everything going for it – from crisp writing, to great acting, to stunning vistas (the climax in Ladakh) not ham-fisted by showmanship – as if he’s using a musical ladle over his masala broth of broad humour, melodrama, social message – bundled up to entertain every taste bud.

For one, it is impossible to imagine if Shah Rukh Khan could have pulled this off. Aamir as Rancho is indubitably at the heart of the matter as its apex, if one sums up the journey of the other two ends (Sharman and Madhavan) right from the beginning, when they take an uncalculated trip in search of their lost friend. Sharman as a god-fearing ‘agarbatti chhap’ wimp is divinely gifted with that clownish face of his which he can contort to express every emotion. Madhavan has Bugs Bunny teeth, and uses it to great effect to disarm opposition, both in the film, and as an actor for his audience – that winsome feature of his we are subject to.

Boman Irani is first rate throughout – thick lisp, wiry hair, hunched walk, stickler morality – it is not so much his obstinate behaviour that appalls you, but as we know, in a Hirani film, he will eventually yield for good in the end – though it will take a good amount of plodding to bring the ‘tired beast’ to his haunches which makes it worth following his character graph. Kareena has acting in her dna – it is upsetting when she does films for a lark – an upscale chick crying and whining. Here, in a confrontation scene with Boman, she proves what a powerhouse of spit-fire talent she is, yet again in her ‘khakda-dhokla-fafda’ scene she will have you in dorm-humour splits even as she ‘zoobi doobi-es’ buoyantly in the retro dream song – displaying her whole range.

Aamir is in his ‘Teach India’ mode, and has taken upon himself to change the way we think with his films- his most influential medium to express, and so with this, as he is a reluctant perfectionist, he demands of us for excellence, not text-book merit – and questions our methods – of education versus intelligence – helped in large measure by the writing of the film which is not preachy, and entertains to think. Shah Rukh Khan might have more popularity, but it is Aamir who draws the most acting votes in his favour. If what a sexagenarian Amitabh Bachchan is to a 13-year old aureole Auro in Paa, then a forty plus Aamir as a twenty something Rancho is to 3 Idiots the brevity of a misplaced soul. Everyone should have a friend like Rancho. Aamir has an ageless appeal to our Bardic seven stages – which we connect at best through the folly of youth.

3 Idiots could not have been possible without the presence of Omi, an unheard of actor who gives a splendid performance as a ‘rote machine’ and has one of the best bawdy scenes in the film where he refers to Viru aka Virus (Boman Irani) as a ‘balatkari’ instead of a ‘chamatkari’ on a college function dais.

Shantanu Moitra’s music suits the mood of the film, but his use of nonsense words and falsetto can grate. Visually, the film is a clean sweep to drama – no shooting through champagne glasses – Hirani sticks to the conversation and lets it decide the space it is peopled by, giving it a no-fuss lived-in quality of the kind Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s cinema used to be. Getting Vidhu Vinod Chopra to produce his brand of cinema is a big feat – considering that Vidhu relies on the ‘moving picture’ over ‘talkies’ – both filmmakers have angularly different takes on the art form.

‘Picture hit gayi,’ a man stepping out of the press show thumped the film’s pre-destined fate to someone on his cell phone. The film should not start a movement of youngsters dropping their pants and shining their ‘knickered moons’ for an All Izz Well stamp of approval. A ‘jadoo ki jhappi’ will do, thank you.

MUSIC

Track List:
1. All Izz Well [Sonu Nigam, Shaan & Swanand Kirkire]
2. Zoobi Doobi [Sonu Nigam & Shreya Ghoshal]
3. Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh [Shaan & Shantanu Moitra]
4. Give Me Some Sunshine [Suraj Jagan & Sharman Joshi]
5. Jaane Nahin Denge [Sonu Nigam]
6. Zoobi Doobi (Remix) [Sonu Nigam & Shreya Ghoshal]
7. All Izz Well (Remix) [Sonu Nigam, Shaan & Swanand Kirkire]
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