Short Essay On My Favourite Movie 3 Idiots

When I first saw this movie, I never expected to be one of my favorite movies of all. In fact, I even closed and replaced it with a Hollywood movie because it bores me. For the record, this was the first ever Indian movie I'd watched and I don't have any idea about those music video-like scenes in the first part that actually gave me the decision to snubbed it and settle for another movie. However, I'm about to open another when I received a text message from one of my close friends. He asked me if I already saw the movie "3 idiots" and mentioned that it was a great movie as told by her girlfriend. I was actually surprised with his message, especially on the part that this one is a great movie. So, just by that, I re-open the movie again and for me not to get bored with it again, I skipped the intermission part and went to where Rancho is entering the lobby of their dormitory where the senior's are currently "baptizing" the freshmen. At this point, I began to see the real worth of this movie, it may be one of the funniest parts but it was educational given the part that Rancho applies law of electricity to humiliate the "chief" of the seniors. And when the director of their college, who is known as "Dr Virus" to the three characters delivered his words to the freshmen, it gave me the complete idea that this one will really turn to be a great movie, just like what my friend says in his text message.

Then Joy Lobo, came into the scene. Looking to finish his project to pass his subject and be able to graduate, the inconsiderate "Dr. Virus" reject him, which later on gave him the "I quit" idea and commit suicide. For that part, he turned my eyes to let off tears for the first time in movies and since then, I realized that this is not a just a great movie, but it was definitely the best of best movies I've ever seen in my whole life.

...hand, needs to improve his family's financial situation. Rancho is a wealthy genius who studies for the sheer joy of it. His passion is for knowledge and taking apart and building machines rather than the conventional obsession of the other students with exam ranks. With his different approach Rancho incurs the wrath of college's dean, Professor Viru Sahastrabudhhe aka ViruS (Boman Irani). Rancho irritates his lecturers by giving creative and unorthodox answers, and confronts ViruS after fellow student Joy Lobo hangs himself in his dormitory room. Rancho denounces the rat race, dog-eat-dog, mindless rote learning mentality of the institution, blaming it for Lobo's death. Threatened by Rancho's talent and free spirit, ViruS labels him an "idiot" and attempts, on a number of occasions, to destroy his friendship with Farhan and Raju, warning them and their parents to steer clear of Rancho. ViruS's model student is Chatur Ramalingam or "Silencer", (Omi Vaidya) who sees a high rank at a prestigious college as his ticket to higher social status, corporate power, and wealth. Chatur conforms to the expectations of the system. Rancho humiliates Chatur, who is awarded the honor of making a speech at an award ceremony, by substituting obscenities into the text, which has been translated into Hindi by the librarian. As expected, Chatur mindlessly memorises the speech, without noticing that anything is amiss, partly aided by his lack of knowledge on Hindi. His speech...


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