“ Meri tarah hota agar khud pad zara bharosa, toh kuch door tum bhi sath sath aate”
Directed by- Vikramaditya Motwane
Release Date – 16th july , 2010
Running Time- 138 minutes
Expelled from his school, a 16-year old boy returns home to his abusive and oppressive father.
Screenplay – 4/5
Two veterans Anurag kashyap and vikramaditya motwane collaborated to write such an exemplary script .
Story of the movie is extremely simple and yet will move you to do something larger than life to Break free .
It is an emotional story written in such an inspiring and riveting way .
First time director Vikramaditya Motwane has done a brilliant job with Udaan.
The Director carefully brings out the intricacies of teen age mind
Motwane chose to be real yet artistic in his direction of Udaan. Such film-making speaks aloud of how far Indian films have come.
The acting is roundly excellent by one and all. Even the tiniest roles look believable and genuine and they greatly contribute to the film
Mahendra Shetty’s exemplary photography depicts Jamshedpur in all its green splendour. The indoor camera angles too suit the mood of the scene and put even more life into the characters.
Editing – 3/5
Film needed few cuts here and there but the slow pace was deliberately done by motwane
It anyway resulted in a bit slow stretched out movie.
Movie brings on brings on gifted Amit Trivedi as the leading music composer with poetically affluent Amitabh Bhattacharya as the reliable lyricist
The music for Udaan is everything a score should be for such an offbeat film. It is sincere, classy, themed and tactful
Udaan must be one of the best Hindi films I’ve ever seen – realistic, simple, engaging, riveting, inspiring and deeply moving..
A must watch.