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Road, Movie  (2010 - Hindi)

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Road, Movie cumulative rating: 2.35 out of 52.35/5 (60 users)

Road, Movie critics rating: 2.35 out of 5 2.35/5 (9 critics)

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  • Pritam Roy

    Road (less traveled), movie (less watched)

    Road, Movie rating: 4 out of 10

    By Pritam Roy(05 Mar 2010)

    Road, movie is about Vishnu (Abhay Deol) who doesn't want to join his father's business, and takes the road with a truck which shows movies. Road, Movie is a journey of self discovery for Vishnu.

    This journey has different meanings for different people. While Vishnu thinks, he is simply going on an assignment to deliver a truck to a distant town. His father wants him to sell their family product, Atma hair oil, on the way. The boy, who gets on to the truck to run away from his life as a waiter in the stall where he stops for tea and look for a better future. The ... » read more

  • Aakash Barvalia

    Tel Maalish….

    Road, Movie rating: 5 out of 10

    By Aakash Barvalia(11 Mar 2010)

    Now just imagine, you had worked whole day, and at the night when you come at home, after having your dinner and a nice bath, before sleeping onto your bed somebody in your family would do a champi of tel maalish in your head. Now just tell how would u feel that moment? Exactly the same feeling one would feel after watching this film. In short this film is sweet, light hearted and at the end you would feel just simply relaxed!

    Very simple and sweet! Abhay Deol is into his father’s business that makes and sells their own product of hair oil. Abhay didn’t ... » read more

  • Divya Solgama

    An Unusual Journey….

    Road, Movie rating: 6 out of 10

    By Divya Solgama(05 Mar 2010)

    Cinema has been most important source of entertainment in our life, it has in some or another way been a source of happiness for majority of people. Now when we have modern day facilities like Hi-Fi Multiplex or a Blue Ray Home Theater, there were days when Cinema was more on the Road. There use to be lots of Moving Theater’s which use to hold shows in the rural areas or small towns of India. Dev Benegal tries to capture this lost era which has been a part of Majority of Indians {who resides outside the City}. Let’s find out what does he offer in this unique film.

    “Road, ... » read more

  • Abhishek Tiwari

    Not bad…

    Road, Movie rating: 5 out of 10

    By Abhishek Tiwari(19 Jun 2010)

    Writer and Director Dev Benegal tells the tale with such tenderness and affection that you are slowly but irrevocably seduced by his vision. It is it’s designed as one of those typical festival films that pretend to be a transformative journey of a character who en route discovers the true meaning of life, love and blah blah blah. He astutely uses clips from old Hindi and English classic movies, specially the evocative song ‘Sar jo tera chakraye’, to create a magical mood in the midst of bleak landscape. He also tells that in the film's title Road and Movie are separated ... » read more

  • Anonymous

    Skip this now and forever.

    Road, Movie rating: 0 out of 10

    By Anonymous (06 Mar 2010)

    Towards the end of Road, Movie, there is a dialogue that goes something like: “Apni apni zindagi hain, apni apni kismat hain.” It was my kismat that made me go for Road, Movie and it is now my duty to make sure you don’t suffer the way I did.

    Without exaggerating even a tad, I can say with utmost conviction that the best thing about Road, Movie is its end. The second, and final, good thing is the cinematography. That’s it; the movie has nothing else to write about. It’s been a half hour since I slugged my way out of the theatre and I’m still numb, and not even ... » read more

  • Mayurica Biswas

    Road, movie - travel at your risk!

    Road, Movie rating: 3 out of 10

    By Mayurica Biswas(08 Mar 2010)

    Not Good.

    Borders on pretentious, but its actually not... just plain mid-directed!

    Maybe there was a lot in Dev Benegal's head - u know textbook stuff, like 'always have a journey in the story'... or 'sparse dialogues, good compositions and that great cinematic pause'... but eventually, if a film has no story (even if the story is just a collection of moments), no amount of film theory can help it! It translates to nothing!

    Characters are weak (tho, the kid was interesting and had potential), their lines are weaker, motives are the weakest, ... » read more

  • Sam The Cinemaniac

    Potholed road, confused movie

    Road, Movie rating: 0 out of 10

    By Sam The Cinemaniac(29 Mar 2010)

    Rajasthan is among the most regal of our states when it comes to a larger than life heritage. And often, our films have projected the regal beauty of the land through its sand dunes, forts & palaces. Rajasthan also ranks very high on the rich-poor divide, being home to one of the premier business communities of the country and at the same time, cradling thousands who can only dream about some basic necessities of life, including the barest basic – water. This side of Rajasthan, has so far been captured in very few films and it was high time it got its due. Dev Benegal’s ... » read more

  • Ritesh Kataria

    Good performances though…

    Road, Movie rating: 4 out of 10

    By Ritesh Kataria(13 Jul 2010)

    The most memorable are the garrulous Satish Kaushik and the young Mohammed Faisal Usmani. Satish Kaushik is the most simple and real character you can watch. His performance is easy on the eyes and lacks the artificiality that surrounds others. He is so commendable in his character. He as a fantastic repairman, an enthusiastic rotund father-figure cloaked in hope and hashish, steals the show and is easily the finest thing in the film. There’s so much of history in that face and the kind of rhythm he generates in his body language and speech is so infectious. He is a first-rate.

    Abhay ... » read more

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