On New Year’s Eve, my husband and I decided to stay in, order in some pizza, and watch a movie, which happened to be “PK.” It starred the ever adorable and uber talented Aamir Khan (gosh, he is SO hot! #FansHerself. And, dude, like, why doesn’t he age? Clearly he’s discovered the fountain of youth!)
Anyway, besides Aamir being like super hot and all, the film itself is brilliant. So very clever and just absolutely brilliant! It was definitely a breath of fresh air, considering that I am not at all a fan of Bollywood. But, if they keep making intellectually stimulating films like these, then, hey, consider me an official fan!
Anyway, I was going to write a review on this, until I came across this one written by Dr. Hayat Alvi. It’s short, but extremely well-written; it totally hits the nail on target. I know I wouldn’t have been able to write a better review than this, so it definitely deserved a re-blog! Thank you, once again, Dr. Alvi for writing this excellent review; I’ll be sure to share it around as much as possible.
Oh, and yes, do watch the film, good folks. It’s just too darn good to pass on!🙂
“Civilization” will never civilize itself until and unless the obstacles to proactive intellectual and rational thinking and questioning are completely eliminated. Here we are in 2015 now, and the world is overflowing with superstition, ignorance, and voluntary submission to the greatest con-artists in human history: the “religious establishments,” empowered with foot soldiers extorting money from the poor and vulnerable with each breath and word and turn of the head. Spirituality has nothing to do with the big RE (religious establishments) — they are big businesses, in ALL religions.
The film “PK” is a MUST see, and those who already judge it as a “hate” film are not those who have watched it and fully understood it. That is crystal clear. Notice the angry, violent reactions against PK. No wonder; after all, fundamentalists (I like calling them religious fascists) in ALL religions are the same in their hatred, anger, intolerance, narrow…
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