PK (Peekay) Movie Review
Jaggu (Anuskha Sharma), a Journalist student in Bruges (Belgium), comes back to her hometown after completing studies. This is where, She meets PK (Aamir Khan) who is a stranger in the city following unusual techniques to deal with the present day society and keeps asking questions that no one has asked before. All that began as a butt of jokes slowly leads to a serious debate. PK and Jaggu goes in search of finding answers to these peculiar queries. To know how successfully they accomplished the mission, Throng PK theaters at your place!
Aamir Khan: The only Indian Superstar who has successful re-invented himself throughout his career offers one more stellar performance. His physical appearance looks unusual and so are his costumes, utters dialogues in Bhojpuri dialect, conveys so much with his expressions and performs magnificently. He makes you laugh, think and even cry. That's the beauty in his role & performance...!
Anushka Sharma: As a enthusiastic journalist and a friend to PK, She gets into the skin of the character so well to finally end up sharing honours with a show-stealer like Aamir.
Sanjay Dutt's cameo is a delight to watch. Sushant Singh Rajput is natural. Boman Irani makes his presence felt with the short appearance. Rest of the cast have performed equally well in their respective roles.
- Aamir's career best performance
- Anushka Sharma
- Plot with Social Message
- Gripping Screenplay
- Few glitches in Second Half
Rajkumar Hirani, the man behind critically acclaimed and commercially successful films like Munnabhai franchise & 3 Idiots, tests his luck this time with an out of the box film 'PK'. The fact that it took him 5 years to deliver his next product after a hugely successful film ('3 Idiots') shows how much he is conscious about the fact that he can't afford to make mistakes. His ability to deal with a serious issue and present it in a humorous manner need to be commended.
Soothing songs and Soulful background score create the mood required. Camera Work is remarkable. Dialogues by Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi are hilarious and meaningful as well. Choreography has been neat. Editing is perfect. Production Values are excellent.
A good story with taut-screenplay has been taken to the next level with the finest performances of the cast and flawless contributions of technical team. 'PK' delivers what it promises!
Box Office: 'PK' gets 3rd biggest release ever for an Indian film after 'Dhoom 3' and 'Kick 2'. 'Dhoom 3' is the highest grossing Indian film till date with All India nett of Rs 280 crore and Overseas gross of $27 million. Can Aamir shatter this mammoth record set by himself? Will PK be the first Indian film to join Rs 300 crore club in India and $40 million club in Overseas?