Friday, 10 April 2015

Broken Horses review by ANIZ FILMVALA

Broken Horses

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 Vidhu Vinod Chopra a name to beacon as years back he took Bollywood to next level with films like Parinda, 1942: A Love Story with such work of his that we have seen and admired for years and now when Mr.Chopra gets the lifetime break to showcase his uniqueness of making films in his own traditions and aptness, he gives us back his own nostalgias of Parinda and seems to be adamant to not come out of the age of his Parinda fixation.

A Director of his stature seriously need to go for a introspective to ascertain his previous achievement and the expectations what you and me have from him to enthrall us when he was offered this global platform to dwarf the work of the czars of Hollywood, but now when I see his most talked about work Broken Horses my expectations and the mighty passion which I have been seeing his work for this many years goes down the drain.

There is no new to write about this movie ‘Broken Horses’ as Mr.Chopra has packed old wine [Parinda] in new bottle, relationship between two brothers and is set against the drug war in the chaotic American-Mexican border. It is all about how wrong choices can destroy lives and everything one loves.

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