Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Not so kool

Saw 'KKHH ' yesterday and did not fall out of my seat nor did I see people rolling in aisle, laughing. It took great effort to keep awake as it was late late night show in Fun Republic.Reading blogs would have been more entertaining.Its just ok comedy and after so many movies Tussar is still wooden and has no flair for comedy.Best thing for him is to spell his name as 'Ktussar' . What has happened to Anupam Kher? He seems to believe that he is putting up great comedy act.In fact he is just repeating himself and its not funny.He should take acting lessons from his wife Kiron. But the real beneficiary is Isha. From a 'Khallas' item number to four scene roles to leading lady of year's hit movie is great progress.Her Hindi with Marathi accent is great hit. I feel Hindi is not language for such double meaning dialogues. They need rustic,earthy language like Punjabi or Marathi. Kudos to Late Dada Kondke who was superb in delivering such dialogues.His play Vichha...was classic. He was pilloried by film critics and English language press when he poduced Hindi films starring him and Late Amjad Khan and used double meaning dialogues. Today same crowd is ga-ga over KKHH. Marathi films and plays -especially those with Tamasha format - are real fun to watchand they abound with double meaning dialogues. Since dialogues are based on currant socio-political scene it can be changed and impovised constantly. Well it's time to sign off as Shantabai has just entered the room and asked" Saab Kitna tem hai tumko? Mereku kapada nikalne ka ahe"