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Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe - Bobby Talks Cinema.comIt’s a bitter truth that even if consider only the Punjabi community in particular, then also a big percentage of the youngsters might not be aware of blessed soul lovingly called BHAGAT PURAN SINGH, who spent his entire life for the physically challenged and the ignored sufferers of our society in his Pingalwara situated in Amritsar (Punjab). So where almost everyone knows about MOTHER TERESA and probably about the respected BABA AMTE too (included in our text books), there only a limited section of Indians are aware of this unique spirited personality who never felt ashamed to even beg for his big family of dependents living a comfortable life only because of him as their GOD-sent messiah.

But before talking about the film, I would like to mention how I got introduced to his Pingalwara in the early 90s as it was indeed an enlightening lesson for me in those energetic years of college studies.
At that time of the decade, we were into doing musical stage shows with a high end sound setup and as a routine ritual during those shows, people willingly used to throw currency notes over the singers and dancers during their individual performances. So by the end of the show, the stage would have several notes lying on it waiting to be picked up by an attendant. And our show-organizer was very particular about this collected money from the stage and had a habit of keeping it separately in a different bag that was honestly not liked by a few in the group willing to share it. So one late night, I finally decided to ask him about it and he said, “I don’t take this extra earned money home and the amount collected from the stage is all sent to Pingalwara in Amritsar”. That was the day I heard about Pingalwara for the first time and then came to know many more things about Bhagat Puran Singh from our organizer who was a big fan/supporter of his and still does the same social practice even today.
Coming back to the film, it’s indeed a worth watching attempt in the biographical genre, intelligently following a non-linear progression that successfully makes an impression in its very first sequence itself. Yes, the prolonged background sequences do take some time to take the story forward and the choice of child artist in the initial 20 minutes could have been much better. Still the film is able to make an instant emotional connect with the viewers before the intermission and then wins you over completely in its second half which has much more power in its depiction when Bhagat Puran Singh grows older walking towards his ultimate salvation in her mother’s arms. And as I have always said, when a film’s second half is stronger than the first then it is bound to become a winner in most of the cases.
Further moving much ahead than being a simple biographical movie, EH JANAM TUMHARE LEKHE actually becomes a must watch, not to be missed gem due to some exceptional, unique features handled brilliantly by the writer, director and the actors together as mentioned below.
A. Though Bhagat Puran Singh was not a born Sikh, the film doesn’t give any mileage to the fact rightly and explains this with a simple few lines dialogues in its second hour without giving it any major emphasis (as it should have been done becoming its biggest merit).
B. It doesn’t talk or propagate about any particular religion thankfully, nor does it purposefully focus on the trust asking for some extra attention from the viewers through any deliberate sequences.
C. The director quite skillfully incorporates two major events of the 20th century, i.e. of 1947 Partition and 1984 Blue Star Operation without any forceful provocation or taking sides. The sequences simply portray what in reality happened with Bhagat Puran Singh in those times and then leaves the decision on to the viewer that whether he did right or not in his personal dilemmas faced.
D. After a long time, a soundtrack becomes the major backbone of a project in Punjabi cinema and EH JANAM TUMHARE LEKHE has many melodious, emotional, meaningfully written and brilliantly rendered tracks led by “Sun Ve Poorna”, a superb “Lori” (Lullaby) heard after a long time, a fun loving kids song and few fabulously composed Shabads that lift up the film beautifully coming at the right time. Here scoring the maximum marks is the Shabad “Kaisi Aarti Hove” by the exceptionally talented Sukhwinder in an unusual but winning composition that has never been tried before in Punjabi Devotional Music. (And I would soon write a detailed write-up about the relationship of this divine AARTI written by Guru Nanak with Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and World Music at BTC.)
E. Talking about the man who plays the role of Bhagat Puran Singh, one of the most underrated and underutilized talented actors of our times, Pawan Malhotra, I would only like to say, that you will find it tough to find Pawan in the entire film, especially in its second half. In more clear words, Pawan is simply not there but Bhagat Puran Singh is. And that’s the biggest compliment possible for an actor as far as my understanding of acting goes. Pawan completely dissolves himself in the character he is playing and you amazingly have to remind yourself in a repeated mode that here we have an actor playing a role and not Bhagat Puran Singh himself on the screen as it seems. The credit for this unarguably goes to the director Harjit Singh too for giving Pawan those precise instructions and guidance to deliver such a magnificent performance that is sure to be included as one of his best till date without any doubt. In short if music/background score and cinematography is the backbone of the film then Pawan is the life and face of the project lighting up every single scene of his with a sheer brilliance.
Next writing about the immensely blessed soul Bhagat Puran Singh, a few lines cannot justify or explain the enormous amount of social work done by the man in his entire life. Hence I would only like to quote few of his important dialogues in the film that might give you an idea about the visionary person he was, capable of looking deep into the psyche of both the man and the nature together like a highly learned scholar.
In one of the scenes, as he once visits the house of a college Principal for lunch, he notices almost the entire house made of wood unnecessarily. On getting no justification of the act from the Principal, he refuses to eat in that house where the people don’t care about the trees and nature around. And this, he used to teach 3-4 decades back when the world was not even concerned.
Bhagat Puran Singh did not prefer travelling in cars and other local vehicles as he said they were polluting the surroundings much more than the comfort provided. And again he used to talk about the growing pollution and disturbing changes in climate long before the world took it as a serious issue in the 21st century.
In his final decades, Pingalwara became a known place and people used to come from far off places to see the work being done as something rare & unique. Receiving such people only interesting in seeing the place, Bhagat Puran Singh used to say,
“Dont come to Pingalwara just to see....this is not a Zoo.......If you want then come here to do Seva... only Seva (Service)".
For him there was no difference of any religion, caste, colour or region in life, explained in a simple few words expression saying, “Dukhan Di Zaat Nahin Hundi" (Sorrow has no caste or religion).

And that’s exactly what the film teaches you in its two enlightening hours that life isn’t just about any religion, any caste divisions, any clashes or silly ego fights. Life is about sharing whatever you can with the less privileged around as nobody is here to stay permanently. Life is about helping the needy and living harmoniously with the nature taking good care of it too. Life is about awareness with an acceptance that we are here just for a few years only to walk back home to the eternal source after our granted time is over.
The film makes you shed tears at several instances and teaches you these valuable lessons of life with an important mix of a meaningful theme, a fine direction, an outstanding lead performance and some great melodious music. Hence do watch this eye opener biography at the earliest and do yourself a favour.
Rating : It’s a project straight moving into my “Movies To See Before You Die” list for the man, world surely needs to know about, BHAGAT PURAN SINGH of Pingalwara and Pawan Malhotra.

Post Release Note for all :
Looking at the response, its sad to see that just a couple of months back The Sikh Community stormed the theatres to see an animation film CHAAR SAHEBZAADEY due to the RELIGION factor involved in it......!

But they couldn’t find time or willingness to watch this enlightening gem proving that its Religion that sells a lot more than life teaching films in reality.
To say the truth, you displayed a strange contradiction dear Punjabi friends as it is EH JANAM TUMHARE LEKHE that actually talks about the REAL RELIGION to be followed........ living the Guru's teachings practically..... but you sadly missed the bus.

HIS BLESSINGS

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04 February 2015 / bobbysing /
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Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami

A small film offering an unexpected novelty expressed well through its bold and well written content certainly gives you a much better satisfaction than a forcibly hyped biggie supported by a known star. And that’s the reason whenever there’s a film like EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI thankfully bringing that much awaited relief and change, it rightly deserves an extra star and viewer’s support too for encouraging its makers to continue doing the good work in the future.
However revealing the ugly fact, once again there were no takers for this worth praising movie in its first show and I really felt ashamed as the multiplex manager cancelled it humbly expressing his inability to run the film for just one person alone. And while walking back from the theater I honestly felt that Yes, we people deserve all the crap thrown on us in the name of cinema promoted by the big names because we actually have not yet learned to support the right things and discard the bad ones even after acquiring all those major educational degrees and the so called learning.
Anyway moving ahead this usual disappointment I am made to face regularly, if the so called passionate movie buffs of the present world do need a third person’s assurance before going for a small, lesser publicized movie fearing their waste of money and time, then here I am assuring that EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI deserves to be seen, supported and appreciated too. Since we no longer are able to make a strong as well as enjoyable ‘Political Satire’ in today’s highly biased world, particularly in a country like India where films are often targeted for their every small remark made on any known political personality or religious figure.
With its subtle indications towards few real life political names, the film is a well written attempt to expose the silly but unknown backstage truths about the corrupt mindsets where everyone is willing to have the power eyeing on his personal monetary benefits be it a politician, a party worker, a journalist, a mistress, a brother, a son or even a mother having her ‘ultimate end’ closer than anyone else. And amongst these mean, dirty minds lives an honest Municipal Corporation worker superbly played by Anupam Kher, who gets slammed with a corruption notice on the very last day of his service in a shockingly insulting manner by his newly appointed superior.
Now since it will be a crime to disclose the film’s extremely fresh and interesting story-plot killing its main attraction, I would simply like to add that ETKS is a two part film wherein the first half has some extremely powerful family sequences depicting the ideology clashes between the father-son reminding you of the works of Hrishikesh Mukherjee. And the second is full of many satirical, comic sequences through which a strange wish is fulfilled making you recall another classic of the past JAANE BHI DO YAARON.
Personally I would strongly recommend the movie for its first half in particular as it may teach you a very precious lesson of life about how to respect our aging parents giving them our utmost love, care and time before its too late. Admitting our shortcomings, we do tend to lose our temper often facing the difference of opinion with the elders. But idea clashes with the old parents and ignoring/disrespecting or insulting them shamelessly are two different things altogether which need to be understood by every youngster urgently. Thankfully EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI does have that important lesson executed beautifully and thus deserves to be seen for those 30 minutes before the intermission as a must.
Coming to the second half, yes the film has few flaws and for many ‘thinking minds’ it might be quite weird and illogical too in its final hour. But to answer them all, I would like to remind that one of the most famous comedies of Hindi Cinema i.e. JAANE BHI DO YAARON also had all weird and illogical similar sequences in its second half which were never questioned by anyone (in the subsequent years) as the film enjoys an indisputable cult status accepted by one and all. However it’s a different irony that JBDY which at present is immensely famous as an enjoyable laugh riot was in reality intentionally made as a strong political satire on the corrupt system by its makers raising some serious questions. Sadly the satire was forgotten fast and the comedy took all the limelight in the following decades disclosing the unconcerned public mentality as usual.
Returning to the ETKS, it has many excellent satirical as well as entertaining sequences like the one revealing the truth behind the politicians great speeches, a spoof on the famous news anchor Arnab Goswami along with a renowned opposition leader, an interesting interpretation of a party symbol as a thumb shown to the public, the cunning change in outlook of an opportunist mother after the sudden demise of her politician son, the black money lying in the Swiss bank accounts and the evident corruption within the system regarding jobs and homes allotted to the Government employees. The soundtrack doesn’t give anything great to write about but a tight script (moving at a great pace), fine cinematography and an apt background score contributes a lot to its overall impact in the end especially with the track “Break The Line” smartly used towards the climax.
Finding a unique plot for his enjoyable, thought provoking satire, director Ravindra Gautam surely deserves the praises for making a film straight from the heart and extracting many outstanding performances from his entire cast bringing that much needed freshness in our Hindi cinema. Certainly one of those promising names to look forward in the future who can represent the common man on screen so wonderfully proving to be a bright flashing light in the dark cloud of all commercial ventures targeting the first weekend earning alone ignoring the content.
Displaying their highly impressive individual skills it is really tough to pick up any one as the best performer in the well-chosen cast ensemble. ETKS has Anupam Kher once again giving a splendid, flawless performance as the honest father, despite having only few scenes in the script as per its novel storyline. In fact such is the sincerity in his realistic performance that one finds it really hard to believe that he is the same person hosting a talk show on the smaller screen looking quite young and entertaining. Next is Divyendu Sharma repeatedly proving his remarkable talent with an excellent, emotional performance as the younger son going through the sudden transformation. Manu Rishi Chadha gives another fine performance post KYA DILLI KYA LAHORE. Aditi Sharma is the surprise package of the film in an effortless moving act as Divyendu’s love interest. Plus we have Neha Dhupia (with her much publicized tribute to the item numbers of the past), Rajesh Sharma, Uttra Baokar, Asif Sheikh and the entire supporting cast playing their given parts real well.
To compare it with some recent political satires like OH MY GOD!, PEEPLI LIVE and more, I would like to give EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI some extra marks mainly because of its significant depiction of family values which were not there in the above mentioned films talking about GOD, Government and Media but not The Family, which is the most precious and closest asset we have in our given lives. The film not only forces you to think as a satire but makes you shed some tears too which was missing in the above mentioned films as an essential feature.
Also if someone asks what kind of films would you like to be associated with?
Intellectual, knowledgeable projects like HAIDER coming from the mind or straight from the heart movies like EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI?
Then my vote would gladly go for the latter.
With the reason clearly given by the Law of Nature itself, as one doesn’t stop living and the life doesn’t end, if the MIND stops working or starts losing its power in any given point of time but one cannot survive even for a minute if his HEART refuses to beat in its natural rhythm…….!
So as guided by the mother-nature, the heart is certainly more important than the mind and I will always prefer to go with it unconditionally….……whatever be the consequences……..!
Rating : 4 / 5
(Including additional 0.5 only for the touching 30 minutes before the intermission capable of raising a personal alarm in our lives just at the right time before THEY are gone.)
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[Note : If you will not watch a worth applauding effort like EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI on the big screen and would only spend your money & time for just the biggies. Then how are these makers supposed to continue making such great attempts in the future?
Plus unless we support such off-beat, risky, courageous and fabulous efforts rarely made in Hindi cinema, we cannot really complain about the crap being made all around considering the viewers as fools.
So do watch it on the bigger screen and support such films wholeheartedly to bring that much needed change in the coming years.]
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11 October 2014 / bobbysing /
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In the present scenario of Hindi films, the first ace you specifically need to play with is ‘Good Music’, which EK VILLAIN successfully displayed a month before the release and won the first round. Next it has to be an appealing young star cast which already has made its ground with some hit films in the recent past and EK VILLAIN did have that second ace in its sleeve too with a fine cast ensemble. Third comes an interesting novel kind of storyline essentially having the element of romance in it, which can be marketed well with some interesting promos and EK VILLAIN smartly acquired this third ace too, though taking it all from a foreign flick unofficially following the ages old trend.
So if one wishes to know about the business aspect then EK VILLAIN is a perfect product to sell with its three aces and should easily make some quick bucks at the box office before any other product gets released on the coming Friday. But looking at the product beneath its attractive packaging, it just remains a well-planned and intelligently marketed soul-less venture without any great quality of its own to make any long lasting impact. And today since our cinema as well as its viewers are fast becoming habitual of these kinds of deliberately made ‘Sale products’ only and not ‘Cinematic Expressions’, therefore I would not be surprised if this also does well at the box office, proving the above fact once again unfortunately.
However for friends who are willing to know about the film in real terms then this is a plain, toned down, inspired Indianised version of the Korean film I SAW THE DEVIL (2010) which purely followed a particular dark genre more interested in showing blood, gore and torture with an element of suspense. But since that kind of brutal treatment was anyway not suitable for our Indian market, so the makers mixed the basic theme of the original film with some romance, suspense, middle class trauma, emotional drama and a bit of controlled violence too, giving it an interesting, unusual title EK VILLAIN.
Now the move was no doubt fine to tone down the gruesome Korean film as per the Indian mindset. But making it with a questionable hasty vision, without caring about any emotional depth or exact characterisations in the script was a pretty bad & cruel decision by the team, ruining the interesting plot.
Beginning with a decent sequence giving the viewer an early shock, the film soon goes into the routine settings of a bubbly, talkative girl trying to woo the tough hero. And then as the songs start coming in, you are quickly forced to assume that an eternal love is already there between the lead pair just out of nothing. Further the narration introduces more phony characters like the irritating gangster, the frustrated middle class man, his more frustrated strange friend, a helpless or rather funny kind of police officer (who is never willing to take any solid action) and then weaves a quite emotionless deliberate film around these all.
The otherwise soothing songs keep coming at regular intervals which start disturbing the pace post intermission and this even includes a well-publicized item number thrown in carelessly (without any need) featuring the sizzling Prachi Desai. To praise the right departments, yes the frames are pretty colourful, the cinematography is impressive, the background score does well and the soundtrack has already proved itself before the release very deservingly.
But what doesn’t work in the film throughout is its shaky writing with cardboard characters, many strange poetic dialogues (not suiting the individuals) and no serious intensity at all similar to mere beautiful plastic flowers having no fragrance of their own, to say the truth. Moreover the silly explanations in many important sequences turn it into a simply below average film like the way its hero reaches the actual killer through a child, how the killer manages to find anyone to murder and that too so easily reaching their actual residence, the strange behavior of the don, the climax having a deliberate social angle and above all the questionable projection of police in the film doing just nothing. Also the whole hospital sequence post interval really made me laugh with such a childish execution wherein doctors are talking to the people so rudely, the nurses are saying to the patient “Janey Kahan Kahan Se Aa Jatey Hain” and a mother telling her child to roam freely in the hospital but don’t go out of it as if it was a shopping mall.
Still among these laughable insertions EK VILLAIN does manage to keep you engrossed for some good 10 minutes when the whole proceedings are showcased in a reverse form connecting it with all the previous scenes of its first half. But then it soon returns back to the same over melodramatic and depthless execution heading towards a lifeless climax, due to which one neither feels anything for the suffering characters nor gets connected to the melodious music as desired.
In short, apart from its hit soundtrack, there is only one department where director Mohit Suri has proved his caliber as an experienced director admittedly and it is the performance section having three sincere acts extracted from its key characters. Leading the trio, Siddharth breaks through his set image and impresses playing the tough gangster. Riteish slips into the double layered character like a pro and Shraddha though irritates in the beginning but then manages to make a decent impact in her short role gaining the viewer’s sympathy.
In the supporting cast Aamna Shariff acts fine as the nagging wife, Shaad Randhawa gets no support from his given role and Kamaal R. Khan has just been signed in to spice up the film after his newly found fame on Twitter & Youtube. Talking about the projected Don, I love my ‘O Meri Munni & Jalwa’ man a lot but Remo in the film was a big miscast frankly.
To conclude, actually the concept behind the original film I SAW THE DEVIL and the title EK VILLAIN is that we all have a hidden villain inside us, who suddenly comes into existence in an extreme situation when someone hurts our beloveds unexpectedly and then we all split into a twin personality unknowingly. The meaningful theme is beautifully portrayed in the well-conceived Korean film, but gets completely lost in the muddled script of EK VILLAIN which is nothing more than a mixed sweet & sour dish well-presented in a superbly decorated plate without any appreciable taste.
So you can watch it if you must but only for its three sincere performances alone.
Rating : 2 / 5
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