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composed harmoniously and choreographed extremely well, alongside some great camera work, Veer is a rather vapid vessel which makes more noise than it delivers anything usefully entertaining, despite having the best musical soundtrack since Mani Ratnams equally flawed Guru.
As for the dialogues some are wisely penned and look like the brainchild of Gulzar, while others are totally delinquent like the of repeated Salman line where he claims to take out 5 kilograms of human flesh from his opponents body like he is shylock or a zombie, and Sharma actually was vulgar enough to show him doing so in one scene too, where he kills another Indian by eviscerating his liver and than brags about the fact that it will measure exactly 5 kilograms, I wish mister Sharma had an IQ =5, But that is hoping and expecting for a lot in the tedium of Bollywood today.
But than Anil Sharma like a retarded miscreant starts to sabotage his own massala venture by indulging in the silly antics borrowed from
Still the movie is more authentic and engaging than the misery and blunders of Jodha Akbar and Mangal pandey, as Salman Khan manages to hold it with Mithun even for sometime post-interval and I found it engaging with ravishing production values, subtle colours and stunning costumes and choreography, barring some hilarious animation of Victorian London centred around Thames which looks straight out of a Pixar movie made for kids or adults on drugs.
his atrociously bad effrontery called GADAR, and you start getting nauseous and dizzy, while the poor actors start enacting scenes from Troy and Gladiator ,with some really over wrought stunts with skinhead wrestlers and British villains openly abusing Rajputs on their face in a feat of vulgarity, that will make your eyes bulge in wonder, it is a shame as with a little subtlety and restraint this could have been a quality production.
It can be watched once which is rather a blessing as I keep walking out of most Bollywood epics, but the idea of experiencing it again is like
But as it stands leaving aside veritable performances from Mithun and Salman, four good songs penned by the genius of Gulzar and
Director : Anil Sharma
Cast : Salman Khan, Mithun Chakraboty, Jackie Shroff, Sohail Khan, Zareen Khan,Neena Gupta,
Producer : Vijay Galani
Lyrics : Gulzar