Friday, May 6, 2011

7 Khoon Maaf.

I always have to do these blogs right after the movie, or else I forget, this is part of the reason my writing is a tad screwy, lol.

  Okay, so, I went into this movie knowing it had a bunch of bad reviews and my fellow fruits (Papaya y Mango) wouldn't watch this with me. I was kind of scared watching it by myself, because I didn't know if it would be sad or what not. So as I ventured on my quest to watching an uncertain film....... I found it decent. I gave it 3 stars on Netflix, lol.
  The beginning of this movie was very rough, but it definitely smoothed out towards the end. Maybe it was intentional? To make you feel what she was feeling? Maybe? No? I don't know, just a thought. There were parts in the beginning that I wasn't sure quite belonged in the movie, maybe because I watched the first 20 minutes and had to leave? Not sure. I came back to it of course. The sets were beautiful, and I think the movie carried out very well.
  I tried keeping track of these husbands, it was hard. I loved but hated John Abraham's part in the movie. Loved: that he was truly in character. Hated: He did not look his best :P. He was hilarious though, scenes with him.... were the funniest parts. I have to put screen caps. Irrfan Khan's role scared me a bit, that's really all I'm going to say, if you saw it you should understand. To say the least I was highly surprised that she then married Russian, I've honestly never seen Russians in an Indian film.
  So overall, it was better than expected. I'm not like, "You HAVE to see this movie!", but I wouldn't discourage it either. I think I might even find it funnier the second time, who's to know?

Yes, That is John Abraham in a nightgown. (the only full length clear shot I could get.) (Oh, and these were screen capped from Netflix, that's why it's not the best quality and why it has captions)

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