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Cast: Aamir Khan, Rani Mukerji, Kareena Kapoor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Direction: Reema Kagti
Whoooo…. a street dog ominously howls on a deserted road by the dark sea and you know something ghastly is about to happen right away. A celebrity death follows, even as the opening titles end. Ghastly leads to ghostly soon enough. By the first hour, as the sinister quietly soaks the frames, you are sure there is a ghost lurking amidst the cast.
Download Talaash Movie Like most character cliches in our films, Bollywood ghosts can be good or bad depending on who is playing them. If it is a leading star essaying the role of a ghost, he/she is on the prowl strictly to settle scores baddies and has no negative intention otherwise. Invariably, the starry ghost will have a heart of gold.
If you overlook the fact that the most intriguing character of Talaash suffers that snag, Aamir Khan’s new film is one hell of a ride. Suspense thrillers in Bollywood are rare commodity, films within the genre that create scope to delve deep into the minds of its protagonists are even rarer. Talaash creates its chills primarily tapping into the dark side of the mind, which makes it an unusual Bollywood film. Any resemblance to Joseph Payne Brennan and Donald M. Grant’s 1979 novella, Act Of Providence, is purely coincidental.
Download Talaash Movie Free Writer-director Reema Kagti and her script associate Zoya Akhtar have created an enigmatic screen cop for Aamir Khan- in command at work, yet out of control in personal life. Aamir’s uniformed avatar, Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat, is a bundle of bottled angst. He is summoned to probe the bizarre death of a Bollywood superstar. In the dead of the night, eyewitnesses recall, the superstar skidded off an empty road and swung his car right into the sea. Primary tests reveal no trace of alcohol or drugs in the victim’s body and most in the force feel the case cannot be solved.
Kagti adds to the puzzle with each new character that enters the tale, as Shekhawat goes about scouting for clues with his sidekick (Rajkumar Yadav). We get to know his wife Roshni (Rani Mukerji) is still coming to terms with the drowning of their only son. The over-friendly Parsi woman next door (Shernaz Patel) talks of communicating with the dead. Shekhawat meets a sex worker, Rosie (Kareena Kapoor), who could possibly provide some leads. The red-light underbelly where Rosie lives is home to an interesting mix too, chief among them being Tehmur (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), slimeball with a limp who obviously knows more than he pretends to.
Download Talaash Full Movie She is running just a few minutes late for this interview, but Reema Kagti is courteous enough to inform us about her delay. Once she reaches the venue of the meeting she is apologetic and quickly settles down with a cup of cappuccino. Post the release of her crime thriller film Talaash the 40-year-old has been busy with interviews and checking on the response to her film. Just when we are settled for the interview, a fellow patron at the coffee shop, walks up to her and compliments her for the film. Surprised by the gesture, she laughs and narrates an incidence after the release of her first film in 2007, Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd. “I was shopping at the Bandra market and saw pirated DVDs of my film. When I confronted the stall owner and told him that I was the director he shooed me off,” she says.
With opening weekend figures of Rs.50 crore and mixed review from critics and on social media Kagti says that the film has definitely lived up to her expectations. “It is too soon to comment whether it is a hit or flop. Personally the kind of response I’m receiving is pretty much what both I and Zoya had expected,” she explains. Speaking on the Supernatural element which is used in the film, Kagti wants to clarify that she is a pure rationalist and doesn’t believe in concept. However, she loves the idea and her intention was to use the supernatural aspect as a creative metaphor and device to depict the unknown. Like in her directorial debut Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd which had a superhero couple played by Abhay Deol and Minisha Lamba.
According to her, the aim of using the element in Talaash was not to spook people, but to help them to explore the concept of making peace with their inner demons and good karma. Both of which have been shown in Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor’s characters in the film. Talaash is based on the real-life experience of Kagti’s friend and co-script writer filmmaker Zoya Akhtar had over a decade ago. It was while talking and rationalizing about this concept that the idea of Talaash germinated. “I never really saw this as my first film. Hence I didn’t bother about it even though we had sold it out to Excel Entertainment,” explains Kagti about the delay in translating the script into a film.
Born in Assam, to middle class parents, Kagti has been a film buff since a very young age. She took a fancy to writing as early as when she was 8 years old. Her first short story for Tinkle Magazine, earned her a decent paycheck of Rs.25. This encouraged her to discover her writing skills further. “Since everybody appreciated my writing I thought it was feasible to either be a novelist or a journalist,” she says.
However, the decision of seriously considering a career in film-making was taken in Class 9 when she saw the film, Salaam Bombay. “Watching that film made me want to do something similar in my professional life,” explains Kagti, who moved to Mumbai in 1990 and got herself admitted to Sophia College, where she signed up with the Film Club and got exposure to a variety of films from all over the world. She graduated in English Literature followed by a post graduate in Communications Media. So how did her parents react to her decision of moving to the maximum city and pursing a career in films? “They gave a typical middle class reaction,” she quips. Her mother, who is a teacher, was calm about it and didn’t say much, and her father who owns a farm was furious, about his talented daughter wasting her time. “The early 90s where not really a good time to be in the industry,” she reasons. But in 2001 when she showed her father Lagaan on which she worked as an assistant director it broke his stereotypical perception of the industry. Then her parents flew down for the premiere of Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd. “My father made his peace and was proud of me,” she says with a gleam in her eyes.
At 24 she worked with Rajat Kapoor on his film Private Detective. Since it was a low-budget film, she had to assist in all possible departments. “Though the film never released Rajat was a good mentor and helped me to understand the whole process of film-making,” she says. Kagti cherishes her days as an assistant director to leading filmmakers like Honey Irani in Armaan, Mira Nair in Vanity Fair, Ashutosh Gowariker in Lagaan and Farhan Akthar in Dil Chatha Hai and Lakshya. “Observing these directors from a vantage point was the luckiest moment of my career,” she says. According to her, seeing these filmmakers translating scripts into a film and learning through their mistakes is the best on-the-job training. However, she wants to steer clear of being someone who imitates her mentor’s creativity.
She further adds that our film industry is the best place to work, especially for women. “Thanks to the democratic setup, nobody here cares about who you are and where you come from. It is more about what skills you can offer,” she states.
While she eagerly waits for the Monday revenue numbers on Talaash, as a filmmaker Kagti says that she likes her films to have “take-home” value for the audience. “Box-office numbers is not my focus, I’m more interested in the creative business of film-making,” she clarifies. When she is not writing scripts or directing films she is watching them. Legendary filmmakers like Raj Kapoor, Guru Dutt, Rishikesh Mukherjee, and Martin Scorsese and Wong Kar-wai are her gods. She is a huge fan of Bruce Lee films and loves watching the Chinese version with subtitles. She loves to cook all kinds of cuisine and is a good one at that. She loves to play poker and is too scared to watch horror films.
Next up Kagti along with Akthar is writing a dramadey that is based on a newspaper article that they read a long time ago. “I’m not trying to use alternative subjects deliberately. It’s just the way I think. I want to be known as a filmmaker who is known for making more good films than bad ones,” she signs off.
The parallel subplots of Shekhawat’s trauma as a bereaved father and a cop obsessed about cracking his case set up the backbone of the story. Aamir strikes a balance between the two tracks with trademark subtlety, the way only he can. Kareena Kapoor’s Rosie is underplayed till a point. Although she seems ill at ease with the mannerism of a sex worker, Kareena adds the essential glam quotient.
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