prakritisharmaon 21st Jun 2009, 3:52am | Permalink
however agreed its like an elementary lesson,but suits aptly for indian cricket players who need to learn a lesson from thier recent performance in world T20. Probably kirkit is a daring effort to potray the commercialisation of cricket.a little drag here and there but was not that bad compared to a lot of trash of love stories and action flicks that are flooding the market. the best part of kirkit is that it is not a lift and is very original in its story though raw .mentioning of inuendo jokes,angrez and hyderabad nwabs and a list of those hyderabadai films including hyderabad blues had only inuendo jokes such as dil pe math le etc., .on the whole kirkit is a good attempt made by a hyderabadi director preetam.
Kirkit is for real - straight out of the pages of your class V Social Science textbook, in which you had that chapter called 'Unity in Diversity'. In case you were bunking class (in body or in spirit), or in case you have forgotten what you had learnt, Shashi Preetam is here to jog your memory, in a wholly unfortunate effort.
So there are these 5 spoilt rich brats from Mumbai - cosmopolitan, fed on dietary supplements and well worked-out, ubercool generally. And then there is a groups of boys from Hyderabad, who are the daroo-in chai drinking, small time kirkiri doing ....