Talaash- The Search – Film Review
“Talaash – The Search” Film Review:
- Deplorable condition of prostitutes in India: The film sheds light on the harsh reality of the lives of prostitutes in India, who endure filthy and unhygienic conditions while saving the honor and lives of many Indian women. It raises the importance of providing better living conditions for these women to prevent further cases of violence and rape.
- Amir Khan’s observation on children dancing to Bollywood numbers: The actor questions why parents allow their children to imitate the cheap and vulgar dance moves and expressions of Bollywood actors. This raises concerns about the influence of such irresponsible behavior on young minds.
About the Film:
- Selective choice of friends: The film emphasizes the importance of choosing friends wisely. One friend with a promiscuous mindset convinces his other friends to hire a prostitute for their enjoyment. This decision leads to a tragic accident and reveals the dark consequences of their actions.
- The haunting ghost of the prostitute: After her untimely death, the spirit of the prostitute continues to haunt and seek revenge on those responsible for her demise. The protagonist, Aamir Khan, who is grieving the loss of his own son, becomes connected to the ghost and receives messages about life and the afterlife.
- Unveiling the truth about the paranormal: As the story unfolds, Aamir discovers that he has been communicating with a ghost, and his wife has also been connecting with their deceased son through a medium. The film explores the mysteries of life beyond death and the influence of spirits on weaker individuals.
In conclusion, “Talaash – The Search” serves as a cautionary tale about the presence of vengeful spirits and their ability to possess vulnerable individuals to fulfill their intentions.
Deplorable condition of prostitutes in India – those poor women who are saving the lives and izzat (modesty) of several Indian wives, daughters & sisters …. live in the dirtiest of dungeons & unhygienic conditions. Keeping the current rape trends in India, I think the prostitutes should definitely be offered the very best of living conditions – lest the Delhi rape case episodes will soon also become – Kolkata rape case, Chennai rape case, Mumbai rape case…and so forth.
Amir Khan mentioned: Why do parents allow their kids to dance on Bollywood numbers!…I mean ..wow!! that means these actors are aware of the cheapness of their dance movements…and facial expressions…and the fact that children look rather cheap and vulgar while trying to copy the selfish, money & fame hungry, irresponsible actors!
About the Film:
Be very selective of the kinds of friends you have in your database. A young whore-monger friend ( who was of course aptly punished …with coma for life & the poor aged parents looking after their vegetable son…clueless of the fact that their son’s hunger for devouring a cheap prostitute was responsible for his dilapidated condition) convinces two of his ‘not-so-sex-starved’ friends to hire a whore and enjoy in some farm house. While taking the prostitute (hereinafter Prosi), the guy starts to indulge in ‘beep’ things with the prosi when suddenly the car door opens and they both fall off the running car – the friends pick up their friend & leave the prosi on the street to die a dog’s death!
Prosi is later carried to a small hut and a quack kind of doctor tries to save her and of course fails. She dies…but her ‘soul…spirit…bhoot…atma’ whatever you may address it as…continues to live and haunt people. She then manages to take her revenge and kills those ‘beepish beeps’ one by one. Aamir, who had accidentally lost his son used to be very depressed about it and was holding himself responsible for his son’s death. In such a weak moment…the prosi’s ghost got connected with him and started giving him hints about life and after life….
At the end Aamir finds out that he had been interacting with a ghost! His wife too had been indirectly interacting with her son’s ghost via a medium!…so this film is all about how life on ‘the other side of the Iron gate’ maybe like ….
So folks…beware of ghosts – they attack… possess weaker personalities and make them do their work!