PK
PK
Language        : Hindi
Release Date   : 2014-12-19
Director          : Rajkumar Hirani
Genre              : Comedy , Drama , Romance
Producer         : Rajkumar Hirani, Aamir Khan , Anushka Sharma
Writers           : Rajkumar Hirani, Abhijat Joshi , Aamir Khan
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    Aamir Khan , Anushka Sharma , Sushant Singh Rajput , Boman Irani, Sanjay Dutt, Reema Debnath, Ranbir Kapoor

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PK Sings Surrender Of Borrowed Knowledge To Flash Rejuvenated Wide Eyed Innocence

PK (Aamir Khan) runs chills down the spine, triggers stomach-aching fits of laughter and mocks at the leased knowledge of personality-confined beings. His innocent questions, popping from a wide-eyed wonder, uninstall the trained minds, as they get engrossed in scratching the surrogate layers of knowledge.
 
Rajkumar Hirani envisions PK, unadulterated innocence and unworried simplicity, on a journey across an alien land. This review has to be unformed with informality, so that the formless message, imparted from the genius cinematic visionary, Rajkumar Hirani, doesn't get lost in the crowd of patterned words.

The director sets the affinity between songs, acting and the pace in accord, delving deep into the psyche of the narration. Hirani and Abhijat Joshi maneuver a water-tight screenplay; the quill naturally obeys the order of events to follow and the coincidental meeting of characters imply an unseen conspiracy. The relentless satire contemplates on the contours drawn on the social fabric, and the bonus diversion of snowing flakes of love, smoothens the sharp edges.

PK, reminiscent of mischievous innocence, is electric as to putting his queries forward, without decorating the inquisitiveness. His questions are such that are relative and cannot be provided sound answers with surrogate knowledge. Aamir (the undisputed show stealer) has rehearsed and revised the uncanny behavioral traits of his character and remodeled his physical features with constitutional makeup trips. He looks every bit a space traveler stranded in a foreign land, on the frantic search of a device, that is his sole gear to go back where he belongs.

PK literally jailbreaks into the mind of a Bhojpuri tongued prostitute, and henceforth, converses in the regional language, to audience's 'till the hilt' amusement. Desperate for a ticket back home, Aamir freewheels in Delhi, the city that is called hub  of '24/7 fun & frolic' and 'essential rat race', in conventional sense of the term 'prosperity.'  He bumps into a young news scavenger, Jaggu (Anushka Sharma), consoling her tender heart, shrinking in grimace of a breakup. PK's infectious energy and odd ways breathe new life into her.

Saurabh Shukla enriches the salt of entertainment in the shoes of a contemporary sadhu baba, desiring a special position and herds of 'samsara fraught' followers. Saurabh blows off the spark of romance in Anushka's life with his elitist notions, turning her dream of tying the knot with her Pakistani flame (Sushant Singh Rajput) into shambles. Boman Irani flays his ego aside and sways expertly (as always) in the role of a television boss with all its scripted quirkiness. Sanjay Dutt appears at the cusp to push  the magnum opus towards its enthralling paths. Sushant's performance is decent and Anushka does not dwindle into oblivion paired against Aamir.

Watch the movie, as it's packaged with the timeless wisdom handed down the ages- "learn to surrender knowledge at each step and flash rejuvenated wide eyed innocence."