Jhoom BarAbar Jhoom: Booms to the Doom!

June 27, 2007 at 8:46 pm 3 comments

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I have class…”, insists Rikki (Abhiskek Bachhan) in every possible opportunity he gets, though he completely lacks it. And so does ‘Jhoom Barabar Jhoom’; Ditto. Yes, that’s how I can sum up the entire movie and possibly end the infuriating tumult inside me that it caused. But some insipid yet big-mouth entity like this needs a bit more assaults for the loss, shock, and agony it offers for our hard-earned money.

Two people, engaged to different people, arrive in Europe to get married, but fall in love with each other instead. That’s the movie plotline, and the moment you read something like this, expect nothing. Lesson One!

Then you see a bizarre looking Big B in tight pants humming a song like an erratic nomad. By now, you already have the feeling that you’ve actually bought a moronic fart machine thinking it as a hi-fi music system! Still you go into the ‘denial’ mode and think that it’s just an aberration—a temporary glitch—that will go away. “Hope feeds broke”; so you hold your breadth and prepare yourself for a story to emerge. The clock ticks. The idiotic duo, Abhishek and Preity, are still caught up in telling stories to each other at Waterloo station, as they wait for their respective fiancées to arrive. Sr. Bachhan wanders in between to croon. And the situation predictably turns into a romantic (or comic, or stupid?) one. “wat the hell!”, you think, “Where’s the damn story?”

Then you remember the tagline—This June dance… jump… shout..—and you suddenly feel an upward pressure at your rump to jump out and shout loud “B-A-****-D”!!!! But by the time you do that, the Yash Raj gang has already sucked into your wallet, and are raising toasts somewhere else, while their paid critics are busy inserting a few extra stars into the ratings.

Way to go bollywood. It’ll take another 100+ years to arrive at the international landscape, despite IAFA and the cine-stars continually and comically boast of doing that, if such movies continue to be made, sold and encouraged.

Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, now you know, is worse than going to a filthy public toilet under pressure; though, both such ordeals evoke the same expression at the end (“Thank God it’s OVER!”), but in the later case you eventually thank it for being there…

That makes me wonder if YRs would better build public toilets than movies! For now, they got no one to Jhoom with 😦 which reminds me of our men in blue…


[trailer]

Listen Songs:

Jhoom

Bol na halke halke

Ticket to Hollywood

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Rafeea  |  July 12, 2007 at 4:08 am

    Hi! Is there any other way to watch the movie except through Veoh? You have to sign up and download the whole movie which takes like 4 hours. Please see if you can find some other way to upload the movie.
    -Thanks.

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  • 2. surfryder  |  July 12, 2007 at 9:10 am

    @Rafeea: i dont upload the movies. i only point out to various sources on the web. as far my knowledge goes, u dont need a login to watch it online in veoh. may be to download, u need to.

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  • 3. rupinder  |  August 22, 2007 at 1:21 am

    i like this movie but i love the songs better jhoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooommmmmm barbar

    Reply

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