Kabhi to alvida kaho ( KANK – KTAK )

Some time people make me feel I am lucky, for having ability to get biased against or for. Same thing happened when I heard of KANK

and five reasons why I dint see it.

  1. Tried of watching king khan’s movie. He did the same LoverBoy_FallsInLove _SacrifisesHeroin_MakesHerCry kind of work in every recent movie lately. DDLJ, DTPH, Pardes, KKHH, KKKG, KHNH, MHN… and now KANK.

  2. Karan Johar doesn’t really make movie for Indian audience. Makes for
    UK, US, AUS, SING. , And
    Fiji. Ask them; the life style supposed to be shown is may be familiar to them.

  3. 3 Hrs 20 min is too precious and also 150 bucks. For this kind of movie.

  4. Big B is too much around these days. Every time i see him on screen I think about the chocolate or ice cream he sells on TV. (I was watching a serious movie like “sarkar “, I dreamt. Next scene goanna be “Buy. Natraj pencils”

  5. Last time when a five star movie came “kabhi khushi kabhi gum”, I had a terrible time. The headache lasted for two days.

  6. These are some comments form my colleges (who are cribbing for having wasted 3 Hrs 20 Min. s and 150 Rs)

” They should put import duty on this movie.. It is not made for
India. We were made watching it ”

“… Govt needs to put 200 % non-entertainment tax on this…”

“Kya yaar… Yeh Movie bhi dekhni he paisa bhi bena he… Bahut Na insafi he …”,

“I don’t understand why he did that movie in Hindi. He could have done it in English and dubbed it giving English subtitle. Because nothing in the movie is Indian, culture, life style etc. Next expect a Karan Johar movie featuring African stories in Hindi”

Any ways… Here is a programmer’s review of the movie …(courtesy: Abraham)

A review of KANK from a Programmer’s perspective

  1. The program *KANK* has not been built as per the Functionality Design Specifications (script).

  2. The director should have first created a proper Design Document (screenplay) and then begun the actual coding.

  3. *Amitabh Bachchan* is a powerful class with a number of methods and functions but it has not been effectively used.

  4. *AbhishekBachchan,* a derived class of *AmitabhBachchan*, inherits all the attributes and properties of its parent class.

  5. *ShahRukhKhan* and *RaniMukherjee* are emotionally overloaded and go into an infinite weeping loop every 60 milliseconds.

  6. The methods such as *Songs ()* and *Cinematography ()* have been properly executed and produce fantastic results.

  7. *PreityZinta* is an abstract class, which looks pretty but actually does nothing.

  8. Functions like *ArjunRampal, JohnAbraham, and KajolDevgan pass NULL values and are
    redundant.

  9. The program takes an unbearably long time to terminate? About 3 hours and 20 minutes.

  10. Overall, the package is not worth purchasing. You may opt for pirated copies, though.ForwardSourceID

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