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Review: Guru E-mail
Poverty, wealth, power, politics and corruption. There are more films in which these issues were, but no movie I have a good combination thereof may behold as in Guru. This film is a confident young man from the common people to his dream a reality: the world's largest business establishment.


Guru Kant Desai (Abhishek Bachchan) leaves on teen age to Turkey to work. He will eventually experience and promotion. While he, that he is ambitious, this position has achieved significantly faster than the norm, he decided not to adopt them. Instead, he wants to return to India for the purpose of a business for themselves to start. Despite the advice he is given to not to do so, he is determined to realize his dream. He marries Sujata (Aishwarya Rai) and leaves with her and her brother from Gujarat to Mumbai.

Here comes Guru Kant realized that the newcomers are very difficult to spot in the market. He does not. With the help of Manikdas Gupta (Mithun Chakraborty), owner of a local newspaper, it's him by the barriers to come. He begins as a small trader and eventually put his own polyester factory: Shakti Corporation. Guru bhai, as he is now called, has become a folk hero. But that means not on ...

With its plant grow his dreams and desires. Guru always wants more and he also. His plant begins to grow quickly and if there is suspicion generated. When Manikdas that Guru now sees as his son, to one of its journalists the order for the reasons of this rapid growth exposed to start trouble. It is so hard to finally admit that Guru in the hospital side. At the same time there is a lawsuit brought against him.

The film puts big question marks down to the concept of corruption. " Normally, the common people hate it because it makes the rich richer and the poor poorer. In Guru is however one other way deal with corruption, so that ordinary people and transverse double benefit. This suggests to many the following question: Can the law punish this type of corruption as it is important for the welfare of the people?

The character of Guru Kant Desai is incredibly inspiring for the viewer. He is a goer, a lefgozer and a steadfast person. He has everything a ready answer, and knows what he's doing. What makes him even more, and I personally think the most beautiful in the film is the relationship between him and his wife. Surprising, inspiring and very unusual for an Indian film. But there are many amazing relationships in the film. Sometimes almost incomprehensible, but that is exactly what the style of the film very unique.

Rashna Doerga

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