Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Bollywood Masala?

The scenes of songs in the rain where the heroine’s sari clings suggestively to her, and where she flutters her eyelashes and sighs helplessly waiting behind a tree for the hero to find her, are slowly fading away. Of course, like any versatile audience, we Indians enjoy popcorn movies. Sometimes we like unwinding without having to think for three straight hours like, recently, in Golmaal. We enjoy seeing our actors and actresses all dolled up, dancing and gyrating for our entertainment. But we also enjoy movies that massage our grey cells. Realising this, Bollywood is witnessing a spurt of ‘thinking’ movies – increasingly liberal, increasingly rebellious – in mainstream cinema. Take Mani Ratnam’s next project.

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