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Movie Review – Endhiran / Robot

Any movie from the Rajnikant stable is bound to create frenzy not only in South India but also other places across the world from Singapore via the Gulf to the USA. But then Endhiran / Robot made at a budget of more than 200 crores spanning locations ranging from Kathipara Junction in Chennai to Machu Picchu in South America is no ordinary movie. Release in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi across 2000 screens worldwide, Robot is India’s widest release in terms of number of countries / theaters ever. It released in countries as far as Sweden (An Indian movie released for the first time on the very first day). There are also plans of dubbing it in Japanese.

Everyone is talking about the special effects. But more on that later. This movie is not all on technology or high tech gadgets. It has a story as well. Vasigaran (Rajnikant) is a famous scientist who develops an andro – humanoid robot (Chitti). It has a speed of 1 tera hertz and 1 zeta byte. He aims of developing such robots for the army to protect from enemies. But he has to get the approval of a committee headed by Danny Denzongpa before he can do that. Sadly he doesnt approve it for various reasons and finally Rajnikant is forced to teach the robot human emotions. But this has an effect which he couldn’t have ever imagined.

The extended climax is what holds you spellbound. You really wonder whether you are watching an Indian movie or a Hollywood one (I am not kidding on this!). Godzilla + Jurassic Park + Terminator + Anaconda and much more is what Chitti can do. From turning into a one headed monster to a snake to cloning himself into millions, there’s nothing he cannot do.

It’s always been a joke among a lot of people that Rajnikant can do anything and everything in his movies and still get away with. But this time he has a way to justify his actions as a robot can do anything. Can’t it? The best part about the movie is the fact that it has a story and that too an emotional one. Oh wait, there’s Aishwarya too in the movie. How could I forget her? From what I can understand she should be grateful for getting a role with the superstar himself. She has nothing to do other than dance in a few songs here and there and cry a bit and recite some crappy dialogues like “Chitti is my toy friend.”

Though there are a number of irritating songs and some sequences like where Chitti talks to the mosquitoes, the aura of Rajni manages to make one forget all of that. All in all its RAJNI all the way from Macchu Picchu to Chennai! And this time he has taken even North India by storm (Robot has earned the highest amount ever for a dubbed movie!).

Only 1 Rajnikant is enough normally to kill thousands and entertain. But here you get hundreds at the price of a few hundred bucks!!!

Rating – 4/5 (Mass entertainer – Highly recommended)


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  1. Godzilla + Jurassic Park + Terminator + Anaconda and much more is what Chitti can do.

    Dude. Damn good review. I so wanna watch itttt!! I can’t believe am being such a loser.. ;(

  2. Godzilla + Jurassic Park + Terminator + Anaconda and much more is what Chitti can do – This line is funny! Tats why pasted it. ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. Mini

    Rajnikanth is surely the legend and a very good entertainer…His movies r really entertaining and enjoyable…This one seems to be a treat..I ll surely watch it but in Tamil ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. ahalya

    U dint mention VIT!!!!!!!!!!!! ๐Ÿ˜›

    • aseemrastogi2

      yeah actually it wasnt such an important part so that’s why ๐Ÿ˜›

  5. Kameswaran

    kalakal post machi

  6. Karthi

    Nice review. But I don’t agree with the Aishwarya part. She was there from the beginning to the last scene… a first for a Rajni heroine. Haha! ๐Ÿ™‚

    She overshadowed Rajni completely in the songs! She was so amazing in the film. I’m happy she got the opportunity to act with the superstar even at her age! ๐Ÿ˜›

    • aseemrastogi2

      hahaha that’s a nice one! What I meant was she was completely overshadowed..But yeah in the songs which in itself were an obstacle to the flow of the movie, she was much more throughout :)..

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