Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The greatest films of all time - Narasimma

Narasimma is the greatest film ever made. No, really.


It's got everything. Things that explode ( bombs, cars, oil tankers, buildings), things that don't explode (Furniture, Pigeons, Nasser) and things that look like they might explode any minute (Gabtun's jowls, Rahul Dev's biceps, Anandraj).


Set in an alternate reality where terrorists jump off ledges on being shot at, a hottie like Isha Koppikar can achieve orgasm by merely stealing a glance at Gap-tian, and Raghuvaran isn't the main bad guy, Narasimma is a film that everyone must watch. At least thrice.


The film kicks off in grand style, when Gapton suddenly appears to assist the cops in apprehending some terrorists, along with his 'Dog Squad' – a random assortment of Alsatians equipped with wireless headsets, in order to help them obey Gabtian's hi-specialty orders meant specifically for commando canines- such as 'Go', 'Come' and 'Sit'. Vijaykanth (I'm just calling him that to improve google results) then stuns everyone by gunning down the cops, blowing up some colonial-looking buildings, and being captured because, even when being chased by cops, he brakes for schoolkids.





This is followed by some sequences (made famous on YouTube) in which the cops torture Gabtun, and the audience simultaneously, by, in no particular order, stripping him, and exposing him to electricity, fire and some really big ice cubes. If you ever yearned to see a semi-naked Vijaykanth chirpily perched on a large block of ice, Narasimma delivers in spades.


During the course of the next two hours or so, Gaptian performs feats such as cunningly changing his contact lenses from blue to green to throw off pursuing investigators, reviving a drowning Isha Koppikar by rubbing her inner thighs, disco dancing, kicking ass, and demonstrating that he cannot be betrayed by carrier pigeons named 'Vallarasu'. All of this, even the last bit, is absolutely true – ask anyone who has seen Narasimma if you don't believe me.


Radharavi reacts on seeing the bomb that Gabtun has planted in his heart, conveniently indicated by a blinking light on the X-Ray! This movie is awesome!


He also proceeds to kill some evil guys in three different states, kidnap some other evil guys, bash up their evil underlings, expose some evil plots, and outsmart some evil plans using gadgets that look like Chinese toys made in Bangladesh. All this while managing to seduce Isha Koppikar with his Gabtun-ness and Gaptianity. He even saves her life on her deathbed, by marrying her – thaali, kumkumam and all. The complete man.




Somewhere along the way, Nasser and Anandraj attempt to shoot Gaeptun, believing him to be a terrorist. Of course, he dodges the bullets in Neo-fashion, and then allows Raghuvaran to look eerily into the camera and reveal the truth – Gabtun is in fact not a terrorist at all, but a government secret agent who is gifted with a mix of the various talents of Batman, The Atom Bomb, The Flash, The Silver Surfer and God.


After a truly stunning detective scene involving elements such as Adobe Photoshop, some glaciers, a leering Rahul Dev, the 'Enter' key, and Anandraj managing to mispronounce the word 'clue' twice in eight seconds, Gaptian launches the final onslaught with the stirring war cry - “Let us Start The Missen', and leads his troops to storm the ancient fort that Rahul Dev (Akthar Rasool, the terrorist) is using as a hideout.

Anandraj pulls off a Resident Evil-style headshot! Pwned!


The greatest action sequence that cinema has witnessed follows, with inerruptions only so that Gaptian can reform a terrorist, and yell “Staaaaaaaaart the Countdownnnnnnnn!”, before continuing to use twin revolvers to take down hundreds of Jihadis. Eat this, Johnny Rambo. Plus, this is probably the only recorded instance of Nasser wielding a rocket launcher, so afficionados take note.


Then, a one-on-one ass-kicking session with Rahul Dev, and a short and tender scene where Gabton snatches a revolver away from a six year old boy and throws it into a nearby fountain, Narasimma draws to a close. Trust me people, this is a film that everyone must watch – easily one of the greatest cinematic experiences in history.


Verdict – Narasimma is teh_pWnZorrrrrrzzzzz. Gaptian is teh_r0xx0rrzzz.

13 comments:

rads said...

:D

venkiraja said...

aRputham aRputham...
gap10 oru sagaaptham, narasimha oru thiraikaaviyam!

Anonymous said...

Came here from Bosey. Hilarious here also! But I couldn't figure out the title of this blog- what does it mean?

Fark said...

Narasimha is high on my list of "20 films i must watch 20 times before I die".

excellently reviewd! A die-hard gaptain fan like me is left salivating at the thought of watching this movie NOW!

If you haven't yet - try watching Jaani Dushman- Ek Anoki kahani . It's in hindi- yeah, but pain speaks no language. I've watched it 56 times and am still going strong!

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Aswin said...

great post! a description of the attire worn by anadraj and nasser while they attempt to gun down gabtun would make this more complete.. and the Gabtun Lectures!

Hariharan said...

Not to forget Gaptun's hair raising rendition of "Megabub Subugaani Mahsuk Ragumaani".

If ever I get lost anywhere, I just say that magic phrase and Gaptun rescues me!

One problem with reviewing the film is that there is no way that the review can be funnier than the movie. Full marks for trying though. :)

Rohit said...

Has anyone here watched 'Gunda' starring the redoubtable Mithun?
Please do!! Available on youtube probably. If not, find it and watch it. These South Indian flicks do not merit comparison to mithunda...I've seen both movies and Gunda is far superior.

Coconut Chutney said...

@rohit

its a good thing Gaptun is too busy fighting bakistan dheevaradhis and starting missuns cause if he saw your comment he would totally pwn you.

wutanger said...

narasimma like 90% of captain's movies is entertaining ( intentional or not !!)

Prakash said...

Clearly you haven't watched Gunda.

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Narassima is a movie even better than too many produced in the actuality. The principal reason of its success was the sequence of the movie that is so interesting, also the principal idea couldn't be better.

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Karthik said...

Gapdun's romaanji (romance) techniques rock :P