Fugly trailer gives us the looks of other run-of-the-mill friendship stories, this film is sure gonna rock box office. Fugly has a social message which is thought-provoking.
There have been a lot of films which were about youth-awakening, but Fugly just differs in all ways.
FUGLY is not the standard Bollywoodish fare that looks at life through rose-tinted glasses.
FUGLY is relatable that portrays several episodes that mirror the realities and the problems the youth encounter in the present times. A decent entertainer!
"Fugly" is the cinema of social awakening. It tackles issues such as gay prostitution, khaki-clad fascism and the excess of television journalism, perhaps cramming in too many social issues in order to make the subject relevant and resonant.
This film possesses a very rare virtue. A conscience.
Fugly can't, in all good conscience, be called an actual movie -- but it is the most appropriately titled mess of all time.
Merely calling Fugly cheap is an unforgivable understatement: it looks like its been sloppily cut together from footage left over from bad cable TV shows.
So Kumar, making this movie for next to nothing, won't lose a thing and might even make some money (in a world where Gunday is a hit), but if you fork over your dough and actually spend time on this, well, you've Fuglied up bigtime.