What was not to like? The cold story line, the leftover drama or the excellent sense of cinematography and direction?

Take your pick. The title track’s a favourite and I’m sad it only played during the opening credits.

Honestly though, a theatrical play could have been made out of the same thing and saved on a lot of costs. You cannot go wrong with the beats, the grooves and the music and you probably already know that Mani Ratnam is a freaking wizard. I wonder whether AB behaves the same in reality or not. I loved the location, the sets and the fact that Beera actually means Beer like Raavana is actually Raavan.


x EdgyShark x


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Posted on June 20, 2010, in Review(ing) Eccentricity and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Raavan = Maniratnam ki Aag

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