|Amitabh Bachchan, the superstar who’s been part of Indian films for four decades and whose cinematic tastes and recommendation call for notice, is highly impressed by debutant director Vikram Motwane’s film Udaan which released on Friday.
“Vikramaditya Motwane, a school mate of Abhishek has directed this film. His only prior credential has been that he was an assistant to Sanjay Leela Bhansali. A young man, who had come some years ago to me with a marvellous script, has directed this venture of his with the maturity that one does not expect to see from one on his debut venture,” the superstar wrote on his blog.
Big B added that Udaan, a story of a teenager’s coming of age, is like a fresh breeze of air.
“In all the noise and thunder of the popular cinema now prevalent, this film comes as a fresh breeze of air. Its simplicity is brimming over with the intensity of its content,” he noted.
Mr. Bachchan also appreciated the performances by actors.
“Apart from the novelty of the presentation of the film, the matter that stands out is the performances from each and every artist,” he wrote.
The movie stars Rajat Barmecha in the lead role. Supporting roles are played by Ronit Roy, Aayan Boradia and Ram Kapoor.