Monday, July 21, 2014

Cinema Wishlist

My day started with gratitude for a good Samaritan reminding me about 'not forgetting my passions' this morning. As I was reading the paper in the same grateful mood, I read a tiny article about Kamal Hassan's plan to play the lead in the Tamil version of Drishyam. My reaction was a loud "WOW!". Man! I love Kamal. I love films in general! Right at that moment, this wishlist started generating in my head one after the other, just like flight information board in an airport. I want to put it down before I forget.

1. I don't want to see Kamal Hassan in K S Ravikumar films (at least for sometime to come).
2. I want to see Rajinikant only in Shankar's films (the exception being a Balki film - just one, for the thrills). 
3. I want to see Surya in an Imtiyaz Ali film.
4. I want to see Dhanush in a Gautam Menon film (without any of the 'suffering' or 'the anger' - in any form)
5. I want to see Ajith in a Gautam Menon or a Balki film (or even a Maniratnam film - now please don't judge MR. He's basically an artist and he's had his good days.)
6. I don't want to see Ranvir Singh in any film.
7. I want Shruti Hassan to go back to singing.
8. I want to see the leading ladies in GOOD films, flaunting only powerful performances and nothing else.
9. I want to see the ladies in Tamil-Telugu films take up strong leads and to stop being just a pretty tree on the Alps.
10. I want to watch a solid good film this weekend. I'm famished.

Update May 2015: I want to see Rajini in a solid role like the ones Amitabh Bacchan does in Hindi!




4 comments:

  1. Good we are thinking on the same line. I almost stopped watching movies nowadays as I find no good movies. The songs too are not good except one or two here and there. I watched Drishyam in Malayalam and eagerly waiting it in Tamil too. Your 4th and 7th point are the best. Hoping for good movies to watch. From your wishlist I think you are a movie-watcher in regular sense. Hope to see many such posts. Worth to stop here. Thank you.

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  2. What about Queen for this weekend? Seen it already?

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  3. BTW I don't agree with point no.6. Seen almost all his films... band baja barath, lutera n ram leela. i like him :D

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