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Friday, February 25, 2011

Tanu Weds Manu - Review

Director
Anand Rai
Producer
Shailesh Singh, Vinod Bachchan, Surya Singh
Starring
R. Madhavan, Kangna Ranaut, Jimmy Shergill, Ravi Kishan, Ejaaz Khan, Rajendra Gupta, K. K. Raina, Deepak Dobriyal, Swara Bhaska


The script is excellent. A straight laced NRI comes to India to get married and falls in love with the first girl he meets, who just happens to be the biggest potty mouthed rebel with a bad ass boyfriend. The twists the film takes and the romance that follows is tender, accurate and unexpected. The dialogues are authentically spot on. The characters are from various mofussil towns of Northern India.

They embody the region they come from down to the tee. Not just in accent and mannerism but in their exposure and temperament. We end up getting such a colourful flavour of India that it's yummy! Well done Anand Rai and Himanshu Sharma.

Madhavan is immensely attractive as the silently suffering spectator of his own life. He chooses not to play Manoj Sharma as a deep brooding enigma, instead he's brave enough to play the quiet Manu as an ordinary, uncomplicated, caring guy who borders on shallow and still makes him interesting. He's fast becoming one of the most underrated actors we have. I can't think of a single film (even a bad one) I've not liked Maddy in. The ensemble of characters more than hit the right notes whether it's the mother's screeching superficiality or Deepak Dobriyal's (brilliant in Omkara) aggressive loyalty. Eijaz Khan makes such a handsome and boisterous sardar you want to invite him to your next party.

That brings me to Sawara Bhaskar (where has she been hiding?), who plays Tanu's Bihari best friend from college. She is fierce in the most affable way. Just from her twang and inflection you have a complete sense of her upbringing. The problem is the better she plays her part the worse she makes swollen lips Kangana look. What happened to this national award winning actress? Her Tanu is shrill, loud and fake.

It's sad because it's an author backed role and should've been within easy reach of the talented Miss Ranaut. Perhaps, the role of the nonconformist small town girl is too close to who Kangana is in real life and the actor in her needed to feel like she was acting. Wish she hadn't tried so hard because she ends up looking like she is in an entirely different film from everyone else.

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