Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Trendsetter Movies of Bollywood in 2012




                                  Trendsetters Movies of Bollywood in 2012

1.      Barfi
Barfi with its remarkable cinematography has set a new trend in Indian Cinema. Film has also been send for the Oscar this year. Hats off to Anurag Basu’s Barfi for it’s freshness.


2.      Talaash
Murder mystery directed by Reema Kagti & Aamir Khan in lead role delivers a multilayer suspense drama which is never conveyed before. Being simplistic yet powerful & engaging tries to give new direction to suspense drama.


3.      Oh My God (OMG)
OMG adopted from a Gujarati TV serial Kanjibhai v/s Kanjibhai, starts a debate between blindly believing in God & being logical. It raises many questions on the commercialization of religion.


4.      Kahaani
One of the best suspense thriller’s in Indian Cinema. Suspense revealed in the movie is totally expected unlike other suspense movie. Movie in which flaws can hardly be found out.


5.      Vicky Donor
Movie on bold topic of sperm donation with new comers as a lead. It’s one of the remarkable & unforgettable movies of the year. Vicky Donor opens door for movies on bold topics but yet not being vulgar.


6.      Gangs of Wasseypur
Gangs of Wasseypur which came in two parts this year .Because of its unique narrative & dialogues. It’s being well appreciated by the critics as well as audiences. Anurag Kashyap has set a trend how film without big star cast and high techniques can also be entertaining.


7.      Student of the Year (SOTY)
Movie is set in a high profile school. It shows how people envy each other because of the competition faced by the current generation. Also it shows the thought process of the new generation from the stage of youthfulness to adulthood.
         
          
8.      English Vinglish
English Vinglish which is the comeback movie of the famous actress Sridevi this year. This is one of the most watchable films of the year. It’s about a lady facing difficulty of her weak English. How she learns English and overcome her weakness is narrated in a simple but yet enjoyable and unique way.

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