Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Indian film industry might be alleged of copying from other language movies but the movie has to be tasteful too in order to make it look graceful in the big screen. Something like that happened with one of the recent movies’ named HEROES. It is said to be have copied from one oldie Motorcycle Diaries but onscreen this movie looked really great and could have inspired lot of Indian youth with the ending line” You don’t have to be a soldier to love your country”.
The story of the movie is based on the lives of Vatshal Seth and Sohail Khan who are actually students of film academy। Due to their short attendance they were asked to submit an assignment movie. So they decide an arbit topic and meet a reporter who used to deal with army life once. He gave them three letters of three Indian soldiers which was their last letters but not posted to the address. They started their journey for posting their letters.
First they went to Harbalkar Singh’s(played by Salman) home where they found how the whole community is proud of the dead army। Then they land on the Himachal in the home Dhananjay Shergill (played by Bobby Deol) whose elder brother (played by Sunny) who was incompatible to walk on his own showed how he and his whole family loved India and feel pride for this country.
At last they went to Leh, in the home of Sahil Naqvi(played by Dino Morea) whose father was very much angry on his son and started to behave like an inhuman in his personal life. After all the experience they recorded, and they finished the movie. But they decided not to go to US what they desired all their life, instead they opened one school what they could have done at best.
The music of the movie is more than average. Some of the songs are of very much suitable to the genre of the movie. The music in this movie has been given by Monty and Sajid-Wajid. And the lyrics are of Jalees and Rahul.
To enjoy the outstanding tracks of the movie Heroes please click here and get the songs.
3. Badmash Launde
5. What's Up My Bro
6. Mannata - (Lover's Paradise)