London Dreams - Notepad
There's drama. There are moments atypical of Hindi films. There's the regular Bolly-masala. It entertains and it engages but not for the entire length. Ultimately like many films longer than 2 hours it doesn't arrest you in your seats.
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Arjun (Ajay Devgn) is passionate about music. So much so that he's willing to hurt himself to reach his self-assigned aim. Manu (Salman Khan) is fun-loving, carefree. He too has a natural ear for music. They are friends. Does music bring them together or tear them apart?
- The film was full of lovely montages in long shots. Really added to the experience and kept your eyes glued to the screen.
- The lighting in the night shots was very well done.
- Showing 90,000 people from UK dance to pop-Hanuman Chalisa while a muslim actor is syncing to it.
What did not
- What kind of music school in London has fees that can be paid in coin change?
- When will we stop making an entire city dance to the tunes of our lead character?
- Ajay Devgn's wardrobe.
- The shot of the nose of the airplane!
- Asin's make-up and her overall look.
- The sky that's colored a little too pink when Priya faces her dad. Looks too artificial. And what a shame if those are natural colors.
- The Eiffel Tower shots.