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Eklavya - The Royal Guard  (2007 - Hindi)

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  • Making things happen :)

    Eklavya - The Royal Guard rating: 6 out of 10

    By Making things happen :) (23 Mar 2008)

    My personal opinion of the film is: if you’re a die-hard Amitabh fan then you may spend a few hundred bucks safely. but, if you don’t like to spend them unnecessarily on a movie, which is nothing more than a gala star cast, a brilliant Bachhan, clever packaging (running time is mercifully kept short; 107 mins) and just a few cinematic brilliances, then this is not the movie for you!! the problem with such long-concieved concepts like this one is that over the years the concept catches the rust and is bound to lose its shine. may be 4-5 yrs back this would have been a huge ... » read more

  • B.H.Harsh

    Eklavya - The Royal Guard rating: 0 out of 10

    By B.H.Harsh (09 Apr 2008)

    EKLAVYA was possibly Vidhu vinod Chopra's biggest project in terms of budget, star cast, grandeur, and yes expectations ! With Vibrant costumes, mammoth sets, loud narrative, it Reminds of an SLB magnum opus very often. EKLAYVYA is inordinately loud at times, but settles down finely in the end. the climax, is thankfully not tragic. Chopra succeeds in creating the requisite thrill and a bona fide "twist-in-the-tale" that makes this surreal tale even more enthralling. Bachchan is flawless in a role written for him, though he does remind of his angry young man image ... » read more

  • Niti Parekh

    Eklavya - The Royal Guard rating: 7 out of 10

    By Niti Parekh(11 Nov 2009)

    Feast for eyes...

    V.V. Chopra takes on the director's baton after 7 years and unleashes a treat for your senses... your visual senses in particular. Eklavya is nothing less than poetry on celluloid. It's still a wonder why VV Chopra took so long to go behind the camera again, when he can produce such a masterstroke so effortlessly, so effectively.

    Technically the film scores in almost all departments. Stunning cinematography is the highest point of the film after Chopra's direction of course. Visually the movie is so delightful with vivid colors of Rajasthan ... » read more

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