I am not a big Aamir Khan fan but I must say after watching PK movie, I am in awe of the actor. It is seriously not an easy task for any actor to portray that look through out the film, not blink once, enact every expression with eyebrows raised.
Aamir Khan is truly a terrific actor. This is by far his best
performance till and there is no arguing that. Rajkumar Hirani's
five years of efforts have bared it's fruits with the PK
The film opens in the desert of Rajasthan where a naked alien
(Aamir Khan) alights from a spaceship looking lost and forlorn. He
belongs to a planet where clothing is unheard of and words as we
earthlings know them are redundant because its inhabitants need
nothing more than pure thoughts to communicate.
A theft leaves him stranded and the extra-terrestrial begins a
search for the remote control device that he needs to communicate
with his spaceship. His adventures on earth bring him in contact
with a jovial Rajasthani band master Bhairon Singh (Sanjay Dutt), a
spunky television journalist Jaggu Sahni (Anushka
Sharma), and a greedy head of a religious cult, Tapasvi Maharaj
He learns how to survive on our hostile planet, but what he
imparts to those he meets along the way is far more valuable than
anything that the latter can give him. PK is a film that
is marked by purity of vision and precision of storytelling. It is
funny, feel-good and thought-provoking.
Most of the viewers have liked what they saw barring a few who
have called the movie disappointing. They feel the anticipation
that was built up for the movie was too much and PK doesn't deliver
what the audiences expected.
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Check out what the viewers actually think about the
Rajkumar Hirani is back in the multiplexes after a
five-year hiatus and the wait has been worth it. PK, the
writer-director's fourth directorial venture, is a wonderful piece
of cinema that, pretty much like his much-loved Munnabhai films,
blends heart and head with commendable mastery.
PK is a fearless critique of religious bigotry and the
ways of India's proliferating Godmen, but the film's message is
shorn of rancour and bitterness. It is instead cloaked in humanity
and humour, which accentuates its impact no end.
The screenplay, written by Hirani and Abhijat Joshi,
takes make-believe elements on one hand and draws upon the
realities of our times on the other to deliver a fantasy so unique
and original that it takes your breath away.
PK delivers an entertaining tale that touches upon the
social and political ills that plague us but it does so without
falling out of line with the need to keep the story simple and
God Fearing Indian People
PK is a film that restores one's faith in the much
maligned Bollywood idiom. It demonstrates that the so-called
clichéd conventions of Mumbai's popular cinema can, in hands as
able as Hirani's, yield entertainment of the very highest
The villain in PK isn't your average Bollywood baddie.
He is a godman who thrives on the incredulity of his followers, but
when confronted with the prospect of being shamed on the set of a
television show, he does not unleash a battery of goons as such
characters are wont to do in a Hindi movie.
PK is, after all, a Rajkumar Hirani film, and nothing
that it delivers hinges on devices that have done to
It springs surprises at every turn, not the least among
of which is a very special appearance by Ranbir
This is an absolutely unmissable mass entertainer, if
ever there has been one. It is unlikely that you will ever be more
entertained and more enlightened both at the same time by a
PK yet again proves that Rajkumar Hirani is the best
director of our country...it's undoubtedly Aamir Khans best
performance to date....#PK