Yes, that’s the movie name :D…Starring Amir Khan (totally refreshing look) and Soha Ali Khan..I just watched the title song Rang De Basanti on Channel V. The song was pretty good..and the movie too..
Looks like A R Rahman music..let’s see when music comes out…
The movie is basically about:
Rang de Basanti’ is a film about awakening. About standing up for ones beliefs. Where the spirit of rebellion transcends time and age. A young idealistic English filmmaker, Sue, arrives in India to make a film on Indian revolutionaries Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad and their contemporaries and their fight for freedom from the British Raj.
Owing to a lack of funds, she recruits students from Delhi University to act in her docu-drama. She finds DJ (Aamir Khan), who passed out five years back but still wants to be a part of the University because he doesn’t think there’s too much out there in the real world to look forward to. Karan (Siddharth), the son of Industrialist Rajnath Singhania, who shares an uncomfortable relationship with his father, but continues to live off him, albeit very grudgingly. Aslam (Kunal Kapoor), is a middle class Muslim boy, who lives in the bylanes near Jama Masjid, poet, philosopher and guide to his friends. Sukhi (Sharman Joshi), the group’s baby, innocent, vulnerable and with a weakness for only one thing – girls.
Laxman Pandey (Atul Kulkarni), the fundamentalist in the group, the only one who still believes that politics can make the world a better place and finally Sonia (Soha Ali Khan) – the sole girl in the group, tomboy and vivacious spirit, engaged to Ajay (Madhavan) – the dashing air pilot. These youngsters could be anyone of us today and their lives mirror the kind of lives the youth of today lead – namely a self centered and materialistic existence where ideas like patriotism and making a change are strictly the stuff history books are made of.
Through her film, Sue wishes to showcase to the world the efforts of these young revolutionaries and the enormity of their contribution to the freedom movement in India. What unfolds is the inspiration behind Sue’s passion for bringing their story to the world. The twist in the tale is of course the fact that more than just telling the world, Sue’s film makes DJ and his friends stop and stare at themselves for being the actual descendants of these great men and never recognizing and celebrating their courage and spirit.
The film thus doubles as a narrative on the changes in perspective and values the young boys and girls acting in her documentary go through as they shoot for the film. Few scenes from the past and present are juxtaposed against each other, which renders a unique slick treatment, which serves to showcase the slow change in mindset and attitude that overcomes the group through the process of the film. ‘Rang de Basanti’ is a youthful drama, yet light hearted in the moments that the group shares amongst themselves… before some incidents effect a serious change…which ends in the climax.
More info on movie here on IMDB
yeh…atleast AK didn’t try any odd new looks to publicise …himself….lol…..has a good story….let’s see how it is directed!!!!….seems deep likes AK!!
[…] In Yuva he tried to mix techno with fresh music and the outcome was very good, very fresh music (of course there are several people who did not like it) then the music of Mangal Pandey released, which was low down for everyone including me; the only good track was Title song..Mangal Mangal…and now he is back again with Rang De Basanti […]
thanks to amir and rakesh mehra,this is the film i was penning in my mind for years,being a visual communication student i ve gone through all the very situations in the movie.
i was a boy who came from a small town of kerala, and when i got a metro city to study ,it was really a colorful amazing fantasy drive for me.thanks to thedirector and cameraman once more,these visuals are pouring colors in everyone’s heart
really a ‘rang de basanti’.i hope this will make record break collection and trendssetter.thanks to rahmans’loose control’
music.atleast the youth should loose the control,loose their ego and taste the friutfulness of life.amirs charachter thinks right,there is not more surprising things after the college days
yours lovingly , vaishak.p.nambiar
should tatste the fruitfulness of
Rang De Basanti music is great every song is great . this is greatest musical album after long time and I also feel after the film it will become more great and finally A R Rahman has shown once again that is the greatest music composer in india.
its the kind of movie i wud always dream 2 make.(if i were a filmmaker)!!
Rang De Basanti music rocks & am sure the film will too,….the promos look v exciting,….a must watch for every Indian
like the song says “kuchh kar guzarne ko khoon chala khoon chala”
just realised you are originally from mulund AND my college!
smmmaalllllll world wot?!?
oh yeah..the small world 🙂
I LOVED THE MOVIE…& THE SONGS ARE JUST AWSOME…
& SIDDARTH (KARAN SINGHANIA) IS JUST AWSOME…HE WAS SO GOOD IN THE MOVIE
Music Of a Lifetime.
Rehman at his best
ausum sound tracks
hats of to rehman
RANG DE BASANTI is a very nice movie i like its songs i always keep listening to it and movie is also very nice.
rang de basanti was just awesome man……… awesome.siddarth was really cute $ dam cool.its really a movie 4 a lifetime
a gr8 movie
i jus luvv u.
u really rock man…..rdb is relly a nice movie n i juz luved ur performance in it….u r damn cool,gudlukin,sexy,n u hv gt a fantastic personality…BEST OF LUCK 4 ur future dude…..keep rocking!!!!!
hi your picture is good i like that picture rang de basanti but i like sue i dont know what is sue real name.thankyou and bye