In action movies, you can step down the tempo with relief scenes or other movie making tricks, but with comedies, you cannot lose the tempo and you cannot rehash the same thing over and over again. Attention is easy to grab, but difficult to retain. There is a simple plot of evil villain wanting to take over the world with a perfect dosa to keep the movie going, but it is not the soul. From the rough streets and back alleys of Central Mumbai comes the sensational true story of Arun Gawli, a man who scripted his own destiny, eventually going on to become one of India's most feared gangsters. The film showcases a director's love for making films and not money generating love. He is torn between Mango Dolly, who loves him secretly, and his first love Locket Lover.
The problem with all comedies is that it has to grab you within the first 3 minutes. Mango Dolly gets hit by a bullet. Eventually, the film was released in 2009. Quick Gun Murugun has been exhibited at the London Film Festival, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, the New York Asian Film Festival and in , MoMa. .
Title Lyrics Music Singers Length 1. But the special effects in the film is surprisingly good. The film focuses too much on the central characters, which is actually a good thing since you can devote more time and space with them, but I would have preferred a John Woo or a Wong Kar Wai or even the Sergio Leone treatment of the main characters. While dying, she expresses her love to Murugun. Murugun enters into a battle that spans time and space, from a small south Indian village to and then finally to across 25 years. In some of the action sequences, the editing faults were a little too obvious to me. The adventures should appeal to the youth mainly.
The acting was adequate, but did not make me love or hate the personalities. The film tells the story of Quick Gun Murugun - a South Indian karmic cowboy whose duty is to protect and cows. Murugun is able to succeed in his mission by defeating Reddy. Written by I normally avoid watching movies in a cinema hall unless it is filled with special effects or something which demands a large screen and loud sounds. Realizing he too loves Mango Dolly, he tells her he loves her. When faced with a world-conquering arch villain restaurant owner who wants to create the ultimate McDosa chain using beef, Quick Gun enters into an epic battle of vegetarianism vs. The movie revolves around the adventures of Murugun along with his love-to-be Mango Dolly and Locket Lover.
I would also have personally preferred a more national flavour rather than limiting it to the south of India using the Bengali, Punjabi, Bihari and other fine Indian nuances. Murugun is a typical cowboy who made himself into Quick Gun Murugan. » Quick Gun Murugun is a western spoof with attitude, featuring outlandish songs, outrageous melodrama and crazy action sequences including a classic duel in a traffic jam. The film was a light experience and as an after thought, made me want to watch more. It is a spoof on Indian western movies, featuring songs, and action sequences including a duel in a traffic jam. It is a movie made for the sake of making movies and not money making. These are the kind of carbon elements that the big producers should be focusing on.
Not producing loud movies or having characters hamming in the name of comedy. The film was dubbed to several languages, including English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. It is obviously noticeably that it is not a big budget movie, otherwise I suppose the film would have been panoramic and given me a more fulfilling cinema hall experience. However, general public reception has been less enthusiastic, with the film generally 'flopping' wherever it has been released. The script was brilliant in places but dragged in equal number of other instances. The character of Murugun was created in 1994 and was featured in India's promos Around 1998, the film version was in the works In the 2007 Hindi film , films a scene as Murugun, trying to trick his love interest into believing he is a star of.
His loyalty is put to the test. You need to be under the skin of these characters and empathise with them. He has to do something good for the world, so he believes is the need of the hour. . . . .
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