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Kai Po Che has been one of the most awaited films this year. Therefore if you ask, will it live up to its plug that it’s created over the past few weeks? Then my answer is a unambiguous yes.
The Story is analogous to the plot within the book “3 mistakes of my life” though with many changes. 3 friends in Kai Po Che, each represent one aspect of India — the capitalist (Rajkumar Yadav as Govind Patel), the political (Amit Sadh as Omkar Shastri) and the emotional (Sushant Singh Rajput as Ishaan Bhatt) who are attempting make a mark for themselves in Gujrat.
‘Kai Po Che‘ is crammed with such beautiful moments; however the story does not loiter on this affability. The earthquake, an exhilarating India-Australia test-series, followed by the devastating Godhra massacre and the riots of 2002 colors our protagonists’ friendly relationship. Block by block, the script builds up the tempo, till the climax delivers its biff. You’d have to have a heart of stone not to be enslaved by the film’s intense culmination.
Kai Po Che reminds us of another largely fantastic approximation of India — Mani Ratnam’s bombay, a melting pot of culture and boiling communal tensions. A movie that resorted to a Utopian ending when showing tidiness facing off one community against another, through strategic character varieties in an exceedingly example of India.
Abhishek Kapoor and Chetan Bhagat pull this off with bracing restraint and stylish delicacy and ceaselessly keep us at the sting of the seat with a compelling, unpredictable storyline that’s production with the stress associated volatility of an India torn between capitalists, politicians and dreamers.
Kapoor has return leaps and bounds from his last endeavor “Rock On”. Script is incredibly engaging at all times, never within the motion picture you are feeling missed. Music is incredibly soothing however keeps you soliciting for more.
Background music by Hitesh Sonik deserves a special cite because the background music elevates the texture of the film to a full new level. Performances wise there aren’t any complains, every and each character has done their role to perfection. Be it Shushanth’s Aggresion or Rajkumar Yadav’s resilience or Amit’s cognitive content each frame may be a treat to observe. Amrita as Shushant;s sister appearance very loveable. However RajKumar Yadav’s performance is that the one that shines through the foremost. Anay Goswamy’s terrific camerawork enhances the director’s vision intuitively.
For me it’s a 8/10 and a must watch film with all your dear once & pals. Rush to the theater near you to watch Kai Po Che.