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The Dirty Picture - Tamil movie review here.
Vidhya balan is scrumptious as the imperfect and unrestrained Silk, while Naseeruddin Shah is convincing as a superstar out to play shepherd to every newcomer. Tusshar may have dropped his surname for the credits but that hardly undermines the fact that he's been cast in his home production, again. Emraan's character gives itself more importance than you or anyone else does. Luckily, his presence is limited and tolerable. The Dirty Picture - Tamil moviereview here for supergoodmovies viewers.
The film takes us into the life of a small-town girl, Reshma (Vidya Balan) who speedily escapes to uptown Madras to live her celluloid dreams. After being turned down time and again, she manages to tease the camera lens and accidently lands a dancing role opposite Superstar Suryakant(Naseeruddin Shah) with her new name, Silk. But Suryakant is only comfortable working with those who make him comfortable in the dressing room and that Silk knows just how to.
Following several happy endings in the dressing room, Silk's career graph slides up like a python on amphetamine. As she grows in popularity, her fans grow, well, while watching on the big screen. All is well until Silk realizes the need for a real relationship. But the middle-aged superstar has his own philosophy.
The playful Silk is later seen playing mischievous kitty with Surya's refined brother, writer Ramakant (Tusshar) who is charmed by her mere presence. But Silk is boisterous about her sexuality and her misguided fame leads to roaring arrogance, followed by her decline. Somewhere between her descent and the end, Abraham (Emraan Hashmi) a director who has recently swung from arty to farty films, gives in to Silk's smooth arms and his bitter feelings for her become like delectable dark chocolate.Clearly, Rajat Arora's winning dialogues will make you sit up .The only letdown here was the forced love angles especially that of Abraham whose hatred and love for Silk, both seemed misplaced.
Vidhya balan is scrumptious as the imperfect and unrestrained Silk, while Naseeruddin Shah is convincing as a superstar out to play shepherd to every newcomer. Tusshar may have dropped his surname for the credits but that hardly undermines the fact that he's been cast in his home production, again. Emraan's character gives itself more importance than you or anyone else does. Luckily, his presence is limited.
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