Review of "paa"

Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Vidya Balan, Paresh Rawal

Director: R. Balakrishnan

When a administrator takes a alley beneath travelled, it agency accident and challenges. Administrator R. Balakrishnan's "Paa" adventure was difficult but he accomplished what he had set out to do - Amitabh Bachchan's not recognisable in the role of progeria accommodating Auro, his appearance is not over the top and the administrator has managed to back the bulletin about the ache after abundant fuss.

Auro's appearance is well-etched and Amitabh has absolutely presented a fresh claiming for his colleagues by bottomward beneath the bark of a 13-year-old with wrinkles, amaurosis and no beard so convincingly. Not alike already does his megastar angel adumbrate his character.

Big B has an author-backed role and his oneliners are the best - if he tickles your funny basic with his comments in one scene, in the abutting Auro tugs at your affection strings with his affecting paradoxes.

Amitabh's accomplish up is such that it doesn't accord him abundant allowance to use his facial muscles. Despite that he conveys every affect he is activity through and as the cine progresses one feels a affix with Auro.

In the achievement administration both Amitabh and Vidya Balan, who plays his distinct mother, accompaniment anniversary other.

Vidya has accustomed a power-packed achievement as a woman who alone raises her progeric adolescent and try to accord him a accustomed activity - she is never apparent over anxious or fussy.

Amitabh and Abhishek's scenes calm are both funny and emotional.

These are the bigger credibility of the film.

But the blur has flaws too. Abhishek is portrayed as an aggressive adolescent politician, fine! But his media bashing bacchanalia is annoying!

Balki takes a pot attempt at the media by assuming that TV journalism is manipulated, but it doesn't attending acceptable at all. Abhishek's dialogues abridgement substance.

Except his sequences with annoying Auro, best of his scenes don't fit in the arrangement of things.

But commendable genitalia of the blur are P.C. Sreeram's cinematography and Ilaiyaraaja's music.

Paresh Rawal is ashen in the film. One wonders why he accustomed such a role.

Jaya Bachchan is the abruptness amalgamation of the film. She appears on the awning to acquaint the casting and the crew.

Watch "Paa" for Amitabh and Vidya's ablaze performances.


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