Mithu Hiranand Sadaranganion 21st May 2010, 11:40pm | Permalink
I watched the movie and was quite disappointed. As the title suggests there is not one kite available in the entire movie. The intention of the director is to make people feel the feeling of flying high. But even there there is nothing significant. The love story is not at all realistic. Spanish conversation and the subsequent translation in hindi or english is just prolonging the duration of the film and the character played by Barbara is of a typical spanish girl which is quite common in the latin American and European countries. This movie is not for the innocent Indian Public and more so this movie is not for the European or American people. The songs are not that good except for the two melodions songs. Music too is not very catching. Waste, Waste of money. Another movie of 2010 which I believe is a failure.
It's like being patronizingly told that since you're Indian, you won't get "international standards".
It's a bit like having an extremely lovey-dovey couple all over each other at your well-populated dinner table where you're otherwise having a lot of fun - the kind of PDA that riles you because you just don't care.
And at the end of the day, it's a lot like breathing stale air-conditioned air.
Clinical and pompously hyperactive on technical values, Kites panders to only a section of the film festival crowd. This it does while alienating itself fr....