This movie, ladies and gentlemen, is indescribable. I really am searching for words. Terrific. Master craft. Wonder of cinema (and a marvel of music. Aamir has the kind of background score that clinches you, sucks you in its groove and haunts you till the end scroll.)Here is what we can doubtlessly call work of art. Aamir is a low budget film, the interval happens in 40 mins., film ends in an hour after that and these 100 odd minutes pack up the best that movie making can offer.
It has been long since Johny Gaddar gave us the best of the shots. Aamir, I must say, lands in the league of extraordinary film making with enviable confidence.
Aamir is inspired by a Filipino film Cavite, but kudos to Rajkumar Gupta, as he has shown Aamir to the makers and has got a no-objection certificate from them. This, actually is something that does not come easy to me, because however great a movie is, if the roots remain somewhere else, it becomes difficult to enjoy the splendor of the blossom. This happened with Shaurya (inspired by A few good men) also. But then, Aamir is an amazingly outstanding work and moreover, obtaining permission from the makers is a gesture that wipes off all the doubts regarding plagiarism.