K. D. Satyam
K. D. Satyam
Rehab Pictures Pvt Ltd, Eagle Eye Entertainment LLP
26 Feb 2016
Raima Sen, Salim Diwan, Ashish Vidyarthi, Vineet Kumar Singh, Karuna Pandey and Robin Das.
This film traces three parallel stories of common people and the lengths they will go to realise their big Bollywood dream.
The First one (Ashish Vidyarthi) who is well settled with his family in DILLI and works as Chartered Accountant, But not satisfied with his Job. So takes Retirement and plans to come to Mumbai when he get Heart Attack and then Hospitalized.
Second One , (Raima Sen) who is a Prostitute in DILLI and is mad about Bollywood, that she has given customers discount if they from Mumbai. One Asst Director comes to research about Brothel , and she is excited to meet him. She gives her story and later on Known face is casted. She in depression lands in Dance Bar.
Third One, (Gupta) is young boy of 27 who works in call Center and uses Work calls on his personal struggle calling up Filmmakers for chance. He gets mail from Bollywood Calling Audition Hunt and registers himself. In auditions, he does some harmful stunts on which Judges think he can built TRPs and use him for Two Rounds. He thought that he cleared Two rounds and now on Final Round . When auditioning for Final Round, on his Ticket to Mumbai – Judges de moralize him saying He doesn’t know Acting on which He becomes Mad.
This film traces three parallel stories of common people and the lengths they will go to realise their big Bollywood dream. This film traces three parallel stories of common people and the lengths they will go to realise their big Bollywood dream. Plot:
Bollywood Diaries is about three unrelated individuals – a guy working at a call-center in Delhi, a middle-aged government servant from Bhilai and a prostitute from Sonagachi, Kolkata. All three of them aspire to become Bollywood actors and the movie captures their journey and struggles.
Bollywood Dairy is a Simple story based on Life style of People who wants to pursue their career in Acting, and are waiting for their Ticket to Bollywood.
Director KD Satyam gets ambitious with his story, which has its heart in the right place, but fails to mould it into something impactful. Bollywood Diaries is one of those rare films that you would want to invest in but the half-baked narrative is not successful in holding your attention. It is adequate but not evocative enough. No Doubt all Characters are Brilliant in their Cults. Story is Good, But too Over at Times.
Direction, music, and screenplay:
Director KD Satyam gets ambitious with his story, which has its heart in the right place, but fails to mould it into something impactful.
Music is good and sensational which takes you aback in some scenes. Technical stuff is also okay
The last word:
The movie depicts the struggle of newcomers who come from different spheres of life. This movie can be quoted as the above average.