After 'Dashavataaram', a Kamal movie (I have written about it, in my blog!), I went to the theatre and watched Aamir in ACTION in 'Gajini'! I have seen his 'Sarfarosh' 'Rangeela' and most of his other GOOD movies! He reminds me of our Kamal Haasan of 'Gunaa' and 'Mahanadhi' in this movie. He has got a very good sense of humour also which shows that he is a true actor. He can express any emotion in his face and his body language is superb. I am a Kamal fan, as you know and Aamir fan too!
In this movie, his character, after an accident in his head, remembers himself only for 15 minutes and forgets everything later. Becomes violent at that time. Aamir's expression when he goes and comes out of this '15 mts.' is unbelievable, which shows, that he is a gifted actor.
I read a lot about the heroine of this film, Asin. Aamir himself praised her a lot in many interviews. She is superb. The whole theatre is laughing when Asin and Aamir are together in this film. They are portrayed so nicely that we are able to understand why Aamir gets wild at the name of the villain Gajini. The director, Murugadoss, has done his job very well (which Aamir mentioned in so many interviews). The cinematography (the renowned Ravi K.Chandran who is praised by everyone nowadays, even I remember his name!) and the stunts are very very good. The sound effects for the stunt action also is too real. We have to see this type of good movies in good theatres like the Sathyam multiplex(Chennai). The sound effect was to the correct decibels. Makes us shudder when we see Aamir hitting people. I liked some songs also which were melodious (A.R.Rahmaan). Jiah Khan is in the film!
I saw repeat crowd which was repeating the dialogues. The original 'Gajini' was in Tamil in which Surya and Asin had starred. Surya had acted in the Tamil version very well, I am told. So I was amazed to see so much repeat crowds (tamil crowd too) who must have seen the tamil 'Gajini' too. I have not seen the tamil movie. I will watch it now, when it comes in the TV! Now, the director, Murugadoss has become famous in the Hindi filmdom too. I read somewhere that Shah Rukh is impressed with this movie and wants to do Murugadoss directed movie 'Ramanaa', (which is a very good movie - the story is too good) but the director for the Hindi version will be from Bollywood!
I don't mind watching it again for Aamir and Asin in action. I will remember to watch Asin's movies, hereafter!
Hats off to Aamir, Asin and Murugadoss!