Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam [Import anglais]
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Indian-based traditional family of Pundit Darbar (Vikram Gokhale) gets a visit from Sameer Rafilini (Salman Khan), from Italy, who has come as a pupil to learn music and singing. Darbar and his family accept him. Sameer meets Nandini (Aishwarya Rai), Darbar's daughter, and both fall in love. But Darbar wants Nandini to wed Vanraj (Ajay Devgan), and has Sameer swear that he will leave India, and not marry Nandini, as his guru-dakshina (fee), to which Sameer agrees. Nandini is heart broken, but does reluctantly marry Vanraj. When Vanraj finds out that Nandini is in love with Sameer, he takes her to Italy, so that both can be together again. Nandini must now come to terms with living with Sameer in Italy, or alienating her family and her new groom.
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Mais si le film a manqué d'harmonie dans son ensemble il n'en a nullement manqué à l'intérieur de la première moitié et cela n'allait pas de soi. En effet il fallait intégrer dans le tout les cours de chant que Sameer prend chez le père de Nandini (et d'ailleurs c'est pour cela que Sameer est venu d'Italie), les jeux d'amour des deux jeunes, et le cours de la vie de la grande famille patriarcale. Pour éviter de compartimenter, Bhansali, le metteur en scène, a découpé le même cours de champs entre des temps et des endroits différents au milieu de la vie quotidienne. Il n'y a donc pas de cours de chant à part, séparés du reste.
Dans Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, d'ailleurs comme toujours chez Bhansali, dans la manière de raconter l'histoire du film, le montage est essentiel. Prenons l'exemple de la première rencontre entre Nandini et Sameer. Le jeune homme arrive juste de l'Italie. Il passe dans une salle où la jeune fille est en train d'allumer un lustre. La conversation s'engage entre les deux jeunes et là, par deux fois, le lustre se trouve sur le point de tomber, et sauvé ensuite par Sameer. Ici un montage jouant sur la taille des plans et le rythme de leur assemblage donne vie à cette scène.
Il y a aussi de la beauté gratuite tout au long de ce film gracieux. Par exemple à un moment Nandini danse avec un paon sous le bras, à un autre, Sameer chante avec un pigeon sur la tête. Par ailleurs le film ne manque pas de plaisanterie.
Par exemple une fois, Sameer, peu habitué à la nourriture indienne, a mal à l'estomac. Se croyant seul sur la terrasse il émet bruyamment du gaz de son ventre. Mais par malheur Nandini passait par là et entend ce bruit et va raconter cela à tous les habitants de la maison. Bhansali sait faire de ce fait si banal un beau moment cinématographique avec tout le monde qui rit et ce malheureux garçon honteux et attristé sur la terrasse.
A retenir aussi la fête des cerfs-volants, la nudité de Sameer peu acceptée dans la pudeur indienne et beaucoup d'autres scènes plaisantes.
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Aish does not welcome his coming as this means she has to give up her room, but salman's sweet playful nature wins her over in the end. they soon become friends and friendship turns into love.....
Then enters Ajay's character who sees her singing at a wedding and is instantly smitten... this is where the story takes a turn... while salman is wooing her right under her family's nose, ajay comes to her family with a proposal... the correct indian way of doing things... This is when i started to not enjoy the movie as much because you see where the characters went wrong and where they could have made better choices and perhaps the outcome would have been different.... but it's bollywood there has to be a little drama and sadness!!
You can see as the story progresses her love at the beginning is a young first girl love and her love for ajay comes from maturity and wisdom..
When it ended i was not suprised and not really disapointed but was still left not quite sure how i really felt towards this movie... the chemistry between all three characters was not super strong either which also made it hard.... the idealist in me wanted her to stay true to her first love.. but the realistic logical side said that ajay was the kinder, caring, more mature choice.... again torn and confused!! So i guess if your a fan of salman's and aish than watch it and decide for yourself!!!
So half-way through the movie I realize that Mr. Bhansali didn't bother to curb the bravado at all, but he does manage to make it work for the movie. He turns it into a kind of "Peter Pan" quality. Sameer goes through life thinking that since he's a great guy, whatever makes him happy will eventually come to him without him having to do much for it. I don't mean that in a bad way, there are people who go through life like that, and it works. Some people don't have to grow up. But some people do, and that's where we get the REAL story.
Nandini: the role that took Aishwarya Rai from "Miss World" starlet, to top Bollywood heroine. She's what we call in my part of the world, 'A real Spitfire!' If Sameer is Peter Pan, she's Tinkerbelle. Tempestuous, stubborn joyful, with moods that shift like the wind she embodies that period of life where every joy is an extreme high, and every disappointment is a devastating low. Hey we all go through it... this is her story from a sheltered spoiled girl, to real womanhood. It's a painful journey, and a deceptively simple role.
Nothing about growing up, and learning that life and love isn't the paradise well-loved children perceive it as is simple. Acting that out onscreen for a director like Mr. Bhansali must be even harder. What makes it all work is that under all the opulence, melodrama, and sensory overload of a Bhansali film, is the fact that Miss Rai lives in the moment with her character, making even the most dramatic moments feel real. She's not concerned with presenting Nandini as an idealized woman. She lets the flaws out, making no apologies when Nanindi is rude, cruel, and downright unlikeable. Granted, those moments don't last long, but they also serve to highlight her goodness when she takes responsibility for them.
Granted, she's photographed exquisitely, given the best costumes and makeup, and never allowed to appear as anything less than "the most beautiful woman in the world," but even with all that, and under the direction of a demanding artist, it's up to her to make the audience to root for Nandini, and in my opinion she does that. No, this isn't her greatest performance but it is fascinating to watch her evolution as an actress. Just taking her three movies with Bhansali and you can see the way she's worked to always move forward in her craft. Watch this film, and then watch Guzaarish (English Subtitles) I think you'll be amazed by what you find.
Unfortunately, due to real life getting a little too mixed up with art Mr. Ajay Devgn often gets the short-stick of praise for this film. I can't understand it, he's the most important character in the narrative. Without Vanraj, Nandini has no journey. Usually, the antagonist of a narrative is a villain, but the real function of an antagonist is simply to propel the protagonist, (Nandini) to their evolution. He's the heart of the film exemplifying the simple truth, love is truth, respect, and sacrifice! While Sameer is all flash and little substance, Vanraj is all substance and very little flash. That isn't to say Mr. Devgn lacks charisma, I personally feel he has more charisma than many actors, but his power comes through his ability to mold himself into a character. I cannot understand why he bothers with the inane Masala films at all! He should stick to roles like this and his amazing performance in Satyagraha (DVD)
As always the music and visuals of a Bhansali film will dazzle and bewitch you. Did I have an issue with substituting Hungry with Italy? Yeah I did. Why? I'm one-third Italian! Still, what bothered me more was the complete disregard for human anatomy that Bollywood insists on displaying whenever a character is ill or injured. Seriously, I'm utterly appalled by the disinterest in portraying any aliment with even a hint of accuracy. It's the one insanely glaring flaw in the film.
All in all, I still think Salman Khan is all flash NO substance as an actor, but with the right director it isn't UNBAREABLE. This movie is about the difference between first passion and true love and it does that justice.