Backing him up in his endeavor is the superhit producer-director duo of Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Rajkumar Hirani who has given us the affable desi character Munnabhai. So, the question remains whether 3Idiots live up to all the expectations or just fizzles amidst all the hooplah. Though in bolly-nagri fortune-pendulum swings every Friday, still if promos are any indication then the chances of latter is minimal.
His family can barely meet three meals a day. The father is old and ill; sister unmarried; mother in poor shape. A professional degree, preferably engineering, is the only route for Raju to rise above this. While portraying this in the film, however, the filmmakers turn the screen into black and white.
A melancholic tune on the shehnai plays in the background. The comedy around this grimness is complete.
You empathise for sure. Still, you laugh along. Opinions are like blogs. What Hirani also has is a peculiar sense of humour. This makes connection with an audience easy.
Hirani and his co-writer Abhijat Joshi realise this. They make significant points through the picture. Even if it means digging into Internet or memory, a joke, that cheers up the purpose better. He has but two friends in his engineering school for a support system.
He must endure unhappiness for the sake of both. Engineering and medicine have been, for years, potential suicide notes for those growing up in this country. These may be less now the concern of metropolitan youth. But little has changed elsewhere, as in this film.
The campus here could be any Indian college. Usually a dreaded professor, referred to by his initials or acronym, walks around to dry you out of any interest in learning.
I had someone called KRC.Three brainy misfits -- Farhan (R. Madhavan), Raju (Sharman Joshi) and Rancho (Aamir Khan) -- find a common bond when they realize that their futures aren't exactly inscribed in a mathematics book. Read Citylights Review – a film that gives a strong message to commoners who abandon village struggle in the hope to conquer city dreams 3 Idiots is not just the story of 3 engineering students; it is a story of every being that takes birth on this planet.
The film deals with the education system in India and how the students are unable to cope up to the pressure because of the excessive amounts of exams and assignments. 3 Idiots is a story of three bright students who have acquired a GPA of (on a scale of ) in their high schools.
Detailed plot synopsis reviews of 3 Idiots This is the story of Farhan, Raju and Rancho who are engineering students at the Imperial College of Engineering, one of the best colleges in India. Dec 25, · The three idiots, Rancchoddas Shyamaldas Chanchad (Aamir Khan), Raju Rastogi (Sharman Joshi) and Farhan Qureshi (R Madhavan), are perfect archetypes of the new age Indian who is essentially a non /5.
Dec 25, · The three idiots, Rancchoddas Shyamaldas Chanchad (Aamir Khan), Raju Rastogi (Sharman Joshi) and Farhan Qureshi (R Madhavan), are perfect archetypes of the new age Indian who is essentially a non /5.