Discussing an unsolved mystery and drawing too many conclusions about nothing can be fun sometimes, especially when you are just chilling with friends on a dark rainy night with nothing much to do. Well this is the concept of ‘Via Darjeeling’ and frankly it was the concept only which took me to watch the movie, especially on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But to my dismay [and God knows whose delight?] only the concept turned out to be interesting.
Judiciary is an important pillar of democracy. Not only it provides people with justice, but also keeps a check on legislature and off course executive. It is the last place people look to for justice and for being heard.
Snow clad mountain peaks, greenery all around, fog cover and white water of the river flowing as if it is in a rush to go somewhere. Sounds like a familiar landscape of some Yash Chopra movie shot in exotic location of Switzerland. Well the landscape might sound familiar but it is not of Switzerland or northern Europe, but that of Gangotri.
Before I watched Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of Crystal Skull, my knowledge about the series was just limited to it being an adventure series and one of the movie stars Amrish Puri. As I have not watched the earlier 3, so comparing this instalment with the previous one is not possible for me. So let us talk about this one only and keep aside the pre-conceived notions about the series.