Sunday, April 22, 2012

Vicky Donor - Spermtetaining

Giving life is perfectly normal and considering it is legal there's nothing to shy about. Well, have you ever wondered what kind of a sperm are you? After watching this movie you'll know the answer or you're gonna ask yourself this question.
Going by the subject of the movie, the title and the cast many made-up their minds they are not gonna watch this movie, and rather would do something more productive. But there are many like me who have watched the movie or are going to watch. I would suggest to those who are not going to watch that instead of thinking there are other good things to do compared to watching, they need to go see this movie which reinstates the fact that there is still a creative sperm left in Bollywood.
I know it's a touchy subject for many and some may feel uncomfortable to watch this movie but it is fictitiously based on reality. After a long tine there has been a movie from which you can have expectations and consider the movie to live up to it. Absolutely brilliant, spermy, witty, quirky to the point movie, expect to hear the word 'sperm' a  more than ever you are gonna use it. John Abraham's fans are gonna question why did he decide to produce this film? The answer is, he's a creative sperm and a rich sperm together.
The cast includes Ayushmann Khurana (VJ & Anchor) as Vicky Arora, Yami Gautam (Soap opera & movie star)  as Ashima Roy and Annu Kapoor (Anchor & Actor) as Dr. Baldev Chaddha. Filmstars going to telly screens and telly stars doing films is the trend today. And the director Shoojit Sircar is the guy who made Yahaan (Jimmy Shergill & Minissha Lamba). All the actors have played the character brilliantly. Don't mind the language, the drinking and more importantly who's drinking more (you'ed be surprised).
Almost entirely based in Delhi, the first half is comical and the second half emotional. The movie is not for those who expect to see big stars or for those who expect a clean humour but this one is not over the top. Well executed,  quirkiness in dialogue delivery, absolutely fresh out of a creative sperm. You have to watch it to understand what sperm donation is and why it exists. The chemistry between a bong (bengali) girl and a Punjabi munda is wonderfully portrayed. This movie will definitely challenge your senses.
If you want to have a laugh, have nothing to do over the week or bored of staring at the idiot box, go watch it. Worth every rupee. Deserves five stars. You're not gonna regret watching this one
[Question yourself; what if you were born after your parents decided your career? I have a bit of a blogger sperm, I'm sure about that. Don't compare this movie to any other movie you have ever watched.]