Go Watch Dev D

Now I have a doubt whether it is go see dev d or go watch dev d. anyways you get the idea….

dev d is a must watch. especially if you are the type of person who likes a drink or two every weekend. the movie glorifies drinking to such an extent that all the bewda friends that i know of felt like drinking to glory after seeing the movie.

The movie is well shot, especially the trance like scenes when abhay deol is drunk. the music is awesome. very good performances from abhay deol and mahi gill, who plays paro… please watch it in a theatre… you wont get the feel if you see it on a laptop.

and girls please dont bother watching it. you just wont understand 🙂

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2 Responses to “Go Watch Dev D”


  1. 1 Sirin March 21, 2009 at 11:42 am

    yup, i m in ur side, film’s story is common but the choreography, screenplay and editing is awesome. U will enjoy the Abhay Deol’s level of acting.
    Me and my roomemates enjoyed a lot…..
    Must watch i say……………

  2. 2 Sourav Roy June 9, 2010 at 11:20 pm

    The story of Devdas is a ready-made platform for endless psycho-analysis and study of contemporary social framework. The original tale relied on the notions of platonic love whereas Dev D is about physical love. It relies on on-face shock value! Devdas is a coward who is defeated by the social prejudices and carries the guilt throughout his life. He drinks in order to forget his cowardice. Dev D and all the other characters of Kashyap’s tale aren’t influenced by the social norms. Both stories thereby reflecting their specific era.

    The character sketching is unique. Dev is played to near perfection by Abhay Deol, whose performance is quiet and confident. Paro (Mahie Gill) is no more the sacrificial damsel who lives physically and mentally with different men. Kashyap also maintains the audience’s distance from the characters using the brilliance in script and smooth editing. He never allows us to sympathize with the characters, thereby shifting the focus from one to the other- a rare work of imagery, indeed!

    I strongly feel Kashyap could have gone with a better actress for Chanda (Kalki Koechlin). Chanda’s part was not exploited well. The psychological impact of the whole mms incident on her which leads to the suicide of her father never showed up. It was a perfect opportunity to tell the world about the feelings of a girl, and all the hardships she goes through because of one mms!

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