Jazbaa is not a precision of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s mellifluous gait…  

Friday, October 9, 2015

Verdict: 5 /10

The dark-grey-greenish feel are vital call of Mr. Sanjay Gupta but Jazbaa is not a sincere stylish flick made by him, precisely he took more bigger steps to lift Aishwarya Rai after given her a brisk whodunit story tail but except some brim of tears and husky screams, this is only about slow motion shots and drug’s educative images. I am not a follower of Sanjay Gupta’s kind of making but Aishwarya’s comeback dragged me into the theatre just to feel the scent of her charm. These days everyone is wandering around the circle of erotic-dusky skin but Aishwarya still has enough essence in her which creates ripples inside even in a person like me.

But why Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has to find her identity in films, where some acting credentials and bootylicious curves are inevitable but both things are lacking in her attire! She doesn’t even has plastic expressions like Katrina or cat’s prowl like Priyanka Chopra, what she has was a mismatch in Jazbaa. She never achieves the thrust of performance not even plunges into the character yet what can’t be denied is her incredible charm, even if she stands still in front of camera for hours one will definitely not get bored, I think she must not listen to her inner voice that she has to act or rather over act, her impact of beauty itself do the rest. Whenever she took a step to act, she always fails due to her over expressive performances which never synced with her originality, I mean she is not natural on screen.     

Jazbaa is a story about a single independent mother and a celebrity lawyer whose daughter has been kidnapped in the midst of school event, because of this she is forced to take a case of a rapist and a murderer, chasing against all odds she manages to get bail with the help of heroic Irffan Khan, a soundly corrupt cop, fighting against his own department, which is running after him to catch in corruption charges. But here a surprise is awaiting in Shabana Azmi, single mother whose daughter was mutilated, raped and who left her alone because she believes that her mother is responsible in her parent’s separation… but she is waiting for justice for her daughter.

I think these were the perfect elements for Sanjay Gupta style but here “Kaante” (Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re) is missing, this is just an astonishment for me that comeback of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s film has no song, not even a kind of parallel love track! which is really important to her but giving full fledge chance to Mrs Bachchan turns hostile to her only and Madam Shabana Azmi  catches all attention and rubs other characters from memory slate. Last but not the least even Jackie Sharoff leaves little impact in this film but not Mr. Director Sanjay Gupta.

Watch it for Shabana Azmi only… 

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