By a looks of it, seems like this Ajay Devgn starrer is all run-down and over a top
The 1983 Himmatwala starring Jeetendra was no doubt cheesy, shrill and totally predictable. Yet, it did make a luminary out of Sridevi, and cemented Jeetendra’s repute as Jumping Jack – a master of dance!
The film was a outrageous strike given a story fit unequivocally good with a times and a song struck an evident chord with a audience. With Jeetendra, a wronged son returning as a prohibited shot engineer, to deliver his dad’s repute who was framed by a abounding landlord, and removing jiggy with a man’s daughter who busted his family, a film had adequate masala to prepare adult a sharp charge on screen, and it did do that. For a times, it was a blockbuster and still there’s a whole epoch vehemence about it, deliberation it’s a partial of honeyed nostalgia.
And now Sajid Khan wants to get a violence back. A integrate of points that mount out as grossly wrong…for starters, a ’80s was a fabulously un-slick epoch where white boots and Gothic costumes had prisoner a audience’s and a Bollywood conform designer’s imagination. So it was no collision really, when Jeteendra danced to Nainon mein sapna in white shoes. No, he wasn’t perplexing to be funny! But now Sajid Khan is perplexing to make it funny, though in vain!
And judging by a trailers, Sajid might only have busted a whole generation’s memories. Ajay Devgn is perplexing to act humorous in a reconstitute while dancing, since Jeetendra was doing path-breaking things during that time! The conform too was utterly conspicuous if one were to demeanour during it closely, with Jeetendra’s delicately gelled hair-do and varicoloured tees, it was utterly smart. But with Ajay fighting with church bells and holding on tigers by wearing stonewash denim jackets and large white sports shoes, it only doesn’t seem to work.
Oh, and song wise, it is Bappi Lahiri at his rise vs Sajid-Wajid who shake out identical sounding numbers; clearly a biased contest! So let us know what we feel about a 80s superhit film vs this one – is SK’s Himmatwala removing we sentimental or are we plain irritated?