Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Film to miss - Queen

It's been quite a while since I have seen a movie. So a fiend calls me out for one. In the last minute there comes a change of plan and we go for the 'Queen'.

At first I thought it might be some English movie on the life of Queen Elizabeth , but alas, no. This movie was meant to be done sometime in 80's. If you've been following the 'popular' Hindi films for the last two years, you better give this a miss.

The  girl is from Delhi, but straight out of history text book. So she always pleats her hair , wear salwaar and studies Home Sciene (yeah ther's a course with the name. She never ever touched alcohol, haven't seen condom and thinks that dildos are used to give heart patients a massage. Before I forget, yes she's a Punjabi like every other movie.

So a chocolate guy, who's-not-that-famous-yet, seduces her. But he is typical Indian guy and dominates her. She is ready to sacrifice everythin. Marriage is fixed and you know what....

Yea, he ditches her. She is broken but she had a dream of going to Paris for honeymoon and you know what...

Yea she goes for honeymoon alone. The Delhi girl doesn't know French and speaks English like Russian and is fully clothed all the time and you know what....

She meets up with a girl who is not at all clothed, drinks and smokes all the time, who has a 6 year old something boy ( who is her life but still don't come on the screen as Mom has to attend rave party every night). Of course, half her parent is Indian so she speaks fluent Angrezi hindi and you know what....

Our desi girl accidentally drinks some alcohol during a rave part she bumped into. Suddenly the French pub plays some old Hindi kinky song and our desi actress shakes her boots and she learns she can be independent

Since our Desi girl has flown to Europe, she will have to retrieve her identity by beating the whites and you know what...

Director packs her off to Amsterdam where she wns a cooking competition. She french kisses a white guy and she is fully confident now but you know what....

Her old boy friend comes in search for her. She discovers she ought to be at a Rock Show... End of the Story

2 comments:

Destiny's child... said...

I loved the movie! It's a story of self discovery and finding oneself in the journey. Sorry, but I couldn't agree less with your views. I think it's a movie everyone should watch. The movie is doing very well and Amul even did a cartoon on it in their bindaas style. That's besides the point but I just couldn't bear to see someone rip such a beautiful movie to pieces!

pooja mahimkar said...

I wanted to see the movie, but I got all mixed reviews after this maybe ill just wait till I get a good torrent to download