Kay Kay is good as always. Siddharth leaves for Bihar to bring about a revolution; Geeta leaves for Oxford to get a degree; and Vikram sets up an office in Delhi.
The performances are even, though not outstanding. He goes to London to study medicine and, through a letter, voices his anguish and disillusion with the idea of revolution, writing "I hope the mysteries of the human body will be less confusing" in reference to his studying medicine and quitting the revolution.
Simply incredible Its definitely one of the best films of this decade. Vikram suffers heavy brain damage and is rendered handicapped, while Siddharth tells Geeta that he intends to leave. And death sure feels like a renewal and assertion of life every time Sudhir Mishra makes a new film.
Geeta is a London-returned, South Indian in love with the firebrand Siddharth. Life is full of desires. Geeta is married, but she meets Siddharth on the sly, cheating on her husband.
Sudhir Mishra is a wonderful director. Soon, the police chief and a local politician come looking for Vikram and are able to stop the police from killing him. Vikram, terrifed, attempts to escape but is chased down. The movie ends with Vikram writing "I love you Geeta" on a rock, as they sit by a placid lake and watch the sunset.
Subsuming the murky and incoherent politics of Kolkata, Delhi and the Bhojpur district of Bihar between the decadent decade that falls between andHKA takes us on a strange stirring and reverberant journey into the erosion of the collective conscience in modern India.
However, he has an accident on the way and is admitted to the same hospital as Siddharth.
Vikram Shiny Ahuja too has always nursed unconditional love in his heart for Geeta. We keep on desiring more and more but how much our desires gets fulfilled? His unconditional love and the way he helps geeta over and again is simply out of the world. The pain,agony and sadness which he delivers through his smile just leaves u speechless Music is of high standard.
And a film that I think college kids should remember Mishra by. Geeta ends her marriage and starts living in the village with Siddharth. Lyrics are so much meaningfull and heart touching What makes the movie stand out is the subtle way in which the motivations of each of the characters evolve through the story and the delicate and restrained portrayal of their melange of emotions affecting their decisions at different points of time with different political and social contexts.
He is just perfect Chitrangada Singh playing the central character is even better than a performance what you can call outstanding The way her character shapes up. There are movies and movies and movies. The commodious yet compact screenplay Sudhir Mishra, Shiv Subramaniam, Ruchi Narain knits the major political upheavals of the times into a love triangle.
Hard-hitting yet so subtle Its a much watch for everyone who loves quality cinema.
Below the mask of happiness, each is quite unhappy. Sure, Siddharth rages on about injustice. The next morning, the policemen in charge of guarding Siddharth, frustrated, accuse Vikram of having conspiring to free Siddharth and beat him up.
Every time they come to a choice, Siddharth chooses his ideology over his love for her thus breaking her heart time and again.Apr 15, · A few days ago, I watched Sudhir Mishra's Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi with some friends. I am still thinking of it after more than a week has passed.
Rare does it happen that an Indian movie leaves such a lasting impression.8/10(K). Secret Superstar movie review More about Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi - Wallpapers: Movie Reviews. Secret Superstar SECRET SUPERSTAR is a sweet little song of dream, hope, love and humanity. Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi has also been screened under the English-language title A Thousand Dreams Such as These.
~ Mark Deming, Rovi. Home Top Box Office Tickets & Director: Sudhir Mishra. Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi is an Indian film made by director Sudhir Mishra in but released in Set against the backdrop of the Indian Emergency, the. A real breath of fresh air in Indian cinema, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi is a very real, earnest, crackling-with-life portrayal of what it (apparently) was like to be a college student in Delhi in the late 60s and 70s with the opposing currents of Marxism and (indira) Gandhian totalitarianism.
Sudhir Mishra's movie Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, staring Kay Kay, Chitrangada, Shiny Ahuja is a finely crafted, textured film. It is far from a dry political treatise.Download