krish – 起死回生 [Wake up from death & return to life.]

November 17, 2012

Just finished watching – Maina

Filed under: Society — krish @ 9:25 am
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Been watching this since last 3 days in bits and parts while taking break at work.
One of the nicest movies.. no nonsense and true to how things happen.

What the police guy did at the end may not be commendable, but sometimes even I wonder to myself whether people who play with other’s lives, or manipulate a beautiful relation to end it or kill other’s dreams or make their life miserable for their own selfish purpose deserve to live or not.

P.S: Amala Paul looks very beautiful with the dusky makeup in the movie when compared to her other pics with fair-ish makeup on.
I’m not a movie person but, I think she did a great job in the movie and wish more actresses could try doing such good movies rather than the ones where hero is able to punch through walls.

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