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Will 'A Wednesday' instigate the common man or the law?

Description: A Wednesday is a must watch film of the recent times. Thoughtfuly crafted and creatively directed , this movie speaks of what a common man thinks today.The level of tolerance, furstration, flaw in our judicial system, lapse in security and intellegnce is depicted beautifully. Naseerudin Shah's dialogues and acting skills is indeed class apart.

Created by: Tanushree Nayak (Sep 16)Posts: 3

  • Sep 16Arnab Mukherjee wrote...
     
    Arnab Mukherjee

    Thats right, 'A Wednesday' is a brilliant film, and strongly recommended for all who haven't yet seen the movie.
    Both Naseer and Anupam Kher are excellent. Thanks to good casting, and not pressure about looking for sale-able actors, the director/producer/casting team have rightly chosen two of the best actors in Indian Cinema

  • Sep 16Pritam Roy wrote...
     
    Pritam Roy

    @Tanushree, good question.
    I doubt, whether the common man will move to take action. And the movie also said, it's the "stupid" common man. We are too much into our own lives to worry about the country or world at large. We will appreciate the movie in dark theatres and get back to our own usual lives, once we are out. After all, we just want to survive and live for ourselves. The country needs real leaders...

  • Sep 16Brototi Das Gupta wrote...
     
    Brototi Das Gupta

    A very relevant question by Tanushree Nayak... Will it instigate the common man or the law? Well, the intention is to instigate both.. But as Pritam Roy says,"We are too much into our own lives to worry about the country or world at large". After all, our lives are ivory tower castles which make us think that tragedy strikes only the stranger and tragedies are to be "read".. If only life were that fictional...