Karthik calls it “an eminently enjoyable movie.” Du-ude – didn’t you hear “Bo… Zo…” at the beginning of the movie? How can you call the scriptwork and screenplay “tidy?” Were there not innumerable holes in the whole thing, least of which is Surya living in the same apartment where he got his head bashed in, and yet the villain not knowing; he’s got “kill him” scrawled all over the damn place, yet his auditor, his doctor and his assistant let him be, and, Asin plans to go all the way to Mumbai in a sitting train. Come on!
Hemanth goes one step further and says that “Ghajini is a good entertainer with a great adaptation by A R Murugadoss and Surya.” Du-ude!
Both Karthik and Hemanth watch way more Tamil movies than I do – the last two tamil movies I watched were Chandramukhi and Kaakha Kaakha – and so, should know much more about what they are saying. Does this mean that this is the best Tamil entertainment that one can get today? If this is “enjoyable” and an “entertainer” I shudder to think what the others will be like.
For an occasional moviegoer like me, Ghajini seemed to be an atrocious waste of time.
And, can someone tell me why the movie is called what it is called?