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53 Responses to “David trailers (updated)”
WOW, I am speechless. This looks Awesome, I dont care if I dont understand the language, I am going to watch this in the theater, Just the images here are splendid. Oh how I wish they didn’t have Neil Mukesh in the Hindi version and kept Vikram. Just Wow man. Who is this director? What has he made?
Oh Okay thanks An jo, Have not seen Shaitan, The only thing that kept me away from it was Kalki (can’t stand this chick), Somehow ended up watching Girl In Yellow Boots. I was impressed with ther there, But couldn’t find courage to watch another movie of hers and afraid that if she is good, I may start liking her. I JUST CANT STAND HER. LOL.
WHAT, I thought Neil Mukesh was in here, Dude if this is true, I cannot be happier than this. Get to watch Vikram in the language I understand So i can understand all his emotions, Made my day Satyam sir. This is just awesome. This came as a surprise to me, Did not know about this at all. YES>
Neil Nitin is in hindi version instead of Jiiva. That’s why I prefer tamil version:)
I am not sure but I think it’s Vinay Varmani (speedy singh) who plays Jiiva’s role in the Hindi version. Also could someone tell me if who is the 3rd David in the Tamil version- I could only see Vikram and Jiiva in the trailer (or I missed someone)
Satyam Sir, I tried to search for any piece on Saagar at SS. I was not able to find any. Did you every write a piece or comment on it? Or anyone else here did? Would love to read upon it. Thanks in advance.
AAh so I was right then..smart me!! It is just difficult to miss the SAAGAR atmospherics in this preview. This is what Bejoy says..
“While the Tamil version will last 2 hours and 10 minutes, the Hindi version of David will be longer with three stories in it. But what prompted him to choose such a concept in the first place? Says Bejoy: “The idea for this story began to form in my mind when I read about an incident. So, one of the two stories in the Tamil film is based on a real-life incident, while the other is purely fictional. Kamal’s Saagar has been a big inspiration for me. I enjoyed watching it so much that I always wanted to do a stage version of it while doing theatre. Undoubtedly, the fisherman character in one of the stories is because of Saagar.”
Loved the trailer (even if I couldn’t understand a word). Vikram, Tabu, Isha all look good but Jiiva seemed to me as having the most attractive presence here. This guy with his choice is quickly becoming my fave actor from down South
Btw GF was right, the ‘drunk’ sequence is so reminiscent of Saamy
ami is right though, i was filing away the alia thing to be used later if you ever brought up imran to prove any point whatsoever (since you brought it up in a completely unrelated conversation the other day).
men who think the 12-yr-old looking alia bhatt is hot, are not only inviting derision but also pedophilia jokes. but we already had a too long sanctimonious thread about that, so i am not going to say anything.
but seriously, alia bhatt = glass house. therefore, put the stones away for your own good.
Lol. Are both U and Ami long lost sisters that U seem to support her all the time
On Alia Bhatt lemme say this is- She is a diva. And since Parveen Babi is dead, Ayesha Takia is married and unofficially retired and Gauhar is hardly getting any films Alia and Ileana are two girls I feel like stalking
“Are both U and Ami long lost sisters that U seem to support her all the time ”
So to the ‘elder sister-younger brother’ deal, one can add another ‘younger sister’ as well joking folks –not to be taken with offence..
Simply remembering a small portion of one of your comments does not equate to following your views too closely in any way….
Agree and the problem with Indian filmmakers is, they promise to be tarantinoesque in the trailers but 99% of the times the actual movie turns out to be highly pedestrian when compared to the trailer.
P.S. I dont know what the fuss about Shaitan- being a whatever film is. A story extremely inspired from Paanch with some good and some forced style thrown in. The best thing about that movie was the Khoya Khoya chand track filmed on an action scene.
KIckass! And waht a smooth version of Duma Dum Mast Kalandar. Loved Neil Nitin in Johny Gaddar and 7 Khoon Maaf. Loved Vikram in every goddamn film of him I have seen. Loved Nambiar’s surefooted touch in Shaitan. And tabu..waht can one say about her! absolutrely loking forward to this.
On a first listen this is a very strong soundtrack with some incredibly vibrant pieces. Some bits here are a bit too wannabe-badass (ala Kashyap) for my taste but this is a minor quibble. Vaazhkaiye has got to be one of the most arresting songs I’ve heard in some time–this singer sounds quite like Rahman. Also loved Kanave Kanave.
The juxtaposition of the two trailers is interesting: the Tamil trailer makes the film seem quite mainstream (and it’s centered on two lives), whereas the Hindi trailer screams out “off-beat”, and made it seem like a creepier film (and there’re 3 lives here)…
I’d second that — those opening moments (leading into the song) are also the best out-and-out masala of the last 10-15 years that I’ve seen…
On that note, it’s really sad how Harris Jayaraj has degenerated: a decade ago we got soundtracks like Samurai, Lesa Lesa, Kaakha Kaakha, and heck even Saamy had real soul and fun. But recent outings — e.g. Maatran or Thupakki — are so pedestrian it’s depressing.
Have you (or anyone else) seen Neerparavai? I recently got the album but haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet, but was wondering if the film was worth checking out…
btw just noitced–is the heroine here the ‘shai’ of dhobi ghaat…
if so, good to see her bak….