Very rarely do I go and watch a movie without reading a review. And watching the movie on the very first day itself is like a WOW! Friday, I was desperate to watch a movie. My first choice was Mixed Doubles, but it seems in the Friday change, the movie had moved to evening shows, so I missed that one.
Call me lucky, we got the last two tickets available the box office for the late night show of Taxi No. 9211. I think it was about 45 minutes into the movie, when I realized that this movie was a copy of the Hollywood flick â€œChanging Lanesâ€. I had enjoyed the original one, so it was a pleasure to see a Bollywood adaptation. Nana Patekar is in his typical best, Johan Abrahim could have done better. But what I really think was the true message of the movie: Anger Management. If you got a bad temper or know somebody who has this problem, I think you should really watch this movie. It kind of makes you alert on what BIG TROUBLE a bad temper can sometimes get you into. Get alert, learn to control that temper. Also letâ€™s be nice to people around us so they in return can also be nice. Sonali Kulkarni (she plays Nanaâ€™s wife) at the climax tells Nana very rightfully â€“ â€œAgar tumein chaiye ki yeh duniya tumein acha de, phele tum acha insaan banke dekhaoâ€. If you want the world to be good to you, first you need to be a good human being.
So go out there and see this movie, you wonâ€™t regret it. Enjoy.