Shabd (2005)

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A story of Shaukat, a gifted writer who's reeling from the failure of his last novel. Antara, his reserved and sensitive wife supports him indisputably. To regain his command on writing, ... See full summary »


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5 June 2007 | springsunnywinter
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| Great story of an insane writer
A really good low budget movie, the film had an amazing story with emotional intensity without violence and it takes you deep into a writer's mind e.g. Where they get their ideas and what they always think about like when Sanjay was cutting bits & pieces from magazines and putting them together to form a new idea. It's about a writer (Sanjay Dutt) who is planning to write his next novel based on his wife (Aishwarya Rai) and to do that he wanted her to have an affair with another man (Zayed Khan) so he can feel the pain and describe it in his novel because his wife & the other man are his characters. Cinematography was mind blowing especially when letters were falling from top to bottom and it had blue & white background during the scenes of Sanjay's imagination. A story like this has never been tackled before in Bollywood before but I'm not sure if it's original. Sanjay Dutt was the best he had taken care of the whole film and it was also a very different role for him because he always does action or comedy. Music was OK the song Sholon Si was the best; overall I prefer low budget films.

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