Friday, January 28, 2011

Over-full Lamhaa

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Rahul Dholakia is a well-meaning director. His last film 'Parzania' threw light on the plight of Gujarat's 2002 communal riots. With 'Lamhaa' he brings to the fore the scores of issues (corruption within the Indian government, the sorrowful state of Kashmiri Pandits, the government's apathy towards people searching for their missing relatives ' the works) that trouble the people of this beautiful valley. But while Dholokia's deep understanding of the subject is apparent, the numerous concerns of the film only serve to confuse the audience.

Sanjay Dutt, in his cargo pants, dark glasses and streaked hair, is the Indian undercover intelligence officer and is perhaps a bit too casual for his role. Bipasha Basu is impressive, despite being a terrible choice for the role. For its setting, 'Lamhaa' does little justice to the viewer failing to deliver a story as breathtaking as the scenery.

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