No thank you, Shah Rukh. You wasted five hours of my life. Why you may ask for Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi runs only for 167 minutes? Well, for the rest, almost 133 minutes I kept on cursing myself for not following my friends’ advice – to stay away from the movie.
I am not a movie buff. But since Aamir Khan Vs. Shah Rukh Khan (read Ghajini Vs. RNBDJ) becomes a talk of this nation, I can’t stay back. Having seen and enjoying (and recommending) Ghajini, I thought its my national responsibility to watch Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. Of course, a big role was played by the “Haule Haule” song. I like the song and the way you dance for the first 1.5 minutes in that song.
As I began watching the movie, I couldn’t figure out what was happening on the screen. I’m thinking if my IQ is too low to figure it out. It took me first half of the movie to digest the fact that ‘Tanni’ couldn’t figure out that it was you (“Suri”) who’s got spikes and no mustache. Then, I want to know more about these “A girl wants…” dialog in RNBDJ.
Yes, I do like the social message in most of your movies. In fact, I really appreciate that you taught the real meaning of love to your students in Mohabbatein. If I had a teacher like you, I’d have been married by now. But why’d you teach your students to break all the rules and give love the first priority? Oops, I forgot. Its the most important thing in the world.
Guess what, I’m sold to Aamir Khan. His movies entertain. I don’t get bored while watching Aamir Khan’s movies. Rang De Basanti was very good. Ghajini is way better than Rab Ne and Taare Zameen Par any time beats Om Shanti Om.
I know, your fans won’t like this post of mine. For they will love you no matter you do in [/with ] your films[I predict that this post will have at least one comment saying “SRK Rules”].
I wish you all the best and look forward to seeing good movies from you.
–The Big K–