One thing has to be given to Ram Gopal Verma that his film after film continues to venture into the unchartered territory, AGYAAT so to say, to unleash a spectacle that has the full potential to zap the audience out of its ennui. It could be in a positive manner when the film becomes a hit, or it could have a negative connotation when the audience has riled his films. AGYAAT is no exception either as here Ram Gopal Verma has shifted his focus on the film world in his own imitable manner and their behavioral aberrations when they are forced into a sticky situation. The existentialist dilemma of being a star or coming down to the level of average human being to tackle a crisis situation has been underlined in a stark motif.
The world of Hindi cinema off late has started focusing on the life and styles of the film world in a big way, and it is indeed providing further food for thought to the film buffs in the country and abroad. Here is a look at some of the attempts of this kind in the recent memory:
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The name says it all, the master craftsman Guru Dutt, took it upon himself to unravel for the world the sense of insecurity that operates in the world of cinema, no wonder it still is a master piece.