RAJNEETI : MOVIE REVIEW


 

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Published by: khatarkar

I M A MECHANICAL ENGINEER SERVING DEFENCE COMPANY " HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LIMITED,", BANGALORE. People know me : as a reserved and relaxed person with a selected few friends seeking a quite time, quite unapproachable, taking a detached approach, exercising restraint and having very good listening skills. In personal relations: I am tactful, sympathetic, gentle, merciful and concentrating more on the relationship than on the task. I avoid unpleasantness, accept illogic, have a strong personal involvement in problems, bend the rules and tuned into people and atmosphere. While at Work: I am deliberate, decisive, opinionated, organized, systematic, self regimented, punctual, geared to morality and live up to standards. While taking decisions: I am concerned with the future relying to a great extent on my sixth sense. I am mercurial and like variety, acquiring new skills, brainstorming and discovering problems. I am quite aware of my impact and influence. I am less concerned with moving an organization of institution toward a future vision than with learning the meanings of events. I am something of an Enigma, for although my differentiated feeling function is extroverted, I am reluctant to share my personal intuitions. I am interested in what other think and feels reveal very little about me. I am concerned with social welfare but I am not very communicative. My introverted intuitive deal with the external world with the logic and analysis of thinking. My dominant function, however, is introverted intuition; a peculiar combination of mystical dreamer and eccentric artist. Introverted intuitive must sometimes be brought back to reality and asked what my idea means. My perceptions tend to be single-minded, and my views unshakable. As Introverts, I can see vision clearly, but I am not aware of how other perceives them. The development of my introverted intuitive judgments function –either thinking or feeling is critical for balancing and systematizing my inner visions. The inferior function of my intuitive is sensing. I am not in close touch either with my own physical senses or with those of others. Therefore my facts are sometimes being questioned. When unchecked by my judgments function, I can deceive my self. In extreme intuitive, external fact present myself as an island of information unrelated to any structure or larger meaning. Selectively and subjectively processing information, my intuitive often make wildly incorrect assumptions.

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5 thoughts on “RAJNEETI : MOVIE REVIEW”

  1. Thanks Nilesh , for sparing your valuable time to read my article. I intended to become a script writer soon, i started running and chasing my one of the cherised dream of mine.

  2. Good Luck mate.
    I’m sure you will succeed & also love it.
    Really looking forward to see your movie which you use to write in Class IX & X ‘B’, when we had CM Dubey’s combined class…
    Glad that you have started it again.
    My best wishes.

  3. khatru bhai……review lacking hai. For a general reader, give out the plot…not the whole story but some basics, as to who is antoganist and who is protagonist. For a more challenging reader, bring out the technicalities of the movie, for e.g. the scene in which Ajay Devgun and his mom are talking, the hindi used in that dialogue is out of today’s world. No one is gonna use those words….I was literally laughing there.

    From my view point, Prakash Jha used his favourite subject “Politics” and mixed that with “Kalyug”…not Mahesh bhatt’s but 80’s movie by Govind Nihalani, which is a much better take on Mahabharta then Raajneeti. Not enough time was given to character devlopment, Naseer was wasted in the movie.

    The high points for me personally was the location !!!!

    Overall a decent start, will look forward to your future reviews.

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