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Intelligent Lesson From Three Idiots

By Ranee Mohamed

The Three Idiots now at Majestic has a deceptive name for the kind of message that it conveys. A film packed with humour, drama and lessons for life, the Three Idiots comes as a truly engaging film that keeps the audience enraptured and  wondering what is going to happen next and more importantly looking for the kind of ending it can give. But one does not have to wait till the end: the message that the Three Idiots convey   begins to dawn on the audience in the latter sequences of the film.

And it is a  surprisingly intelligent one — make your passion your vocation or even more simply put – do what you like in life. The makers of the film have truly succeeded in making it pertinent for these modern times where children find themselves pursuing the dreams of their parents and not their very own.

The Three Idiots have sprung up with different delights encompassing within the complexities of learning engineering, the complexities  of professors and the intricacies of student life.

Amir Khan as Rancho, Kareen Kapoor as Pia, Omi Vaidya as Chatur Ramalingam, Madhavan and Farhan Quereshi and Sharman Joshi as Hari and Boman Irani as the Professor Viru Sahastrabudhhe make the film a  delightful comedy which gives us moments of intense passion.

It has  been a long time since we had a family film come our way.  As the  three engineering students open the audience to  their pressures, pranks and obligations, we are but obliged to feel a part of it all – and thus long for an ending that give us all the happiness we deserve. The Three Idiots endorses the fact that one does not have  to be a book worm – or for that matter – a worm – to be successful and happy in life.

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