Aarakshan Movie Review :
In spite of the fact that Bachchan has played a taskmaster some time recently, you are not helped to remember any of the prior exhibitions in Mohabbatein or Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, to give some examples. His execution as the maturing Principal who is being brought around the degenerate framework, is faultless, yet you definitely realize that, given his acting collection. Deepak Kumar (Saif Ali Khan), a Dalit understudy whose mother worked humble employments to raise him, owes his training to Dr Prabhakar, and is attempting to get into a PhD program in Cornell University, USA. He is companions with Sushant (Prateik), your run of the mill Pajero driving rich child; and Poorbi (Deepika Padukone), the little girl of the Principal, both of whom study in STM.
The sentiment in the middle of Deepak and Poorbi is played out quietly, sans any yelling showmanship and pointless dramatization that for the most part go with an onscreen undertaking. One melody, Accha Lagta Hai, is all it takes to build up their fascination for each other. The second one, Mauka, basically sets up the fellowship between the couple and their various foundations and environment. The melody comes in a touch unexpectedly, however once it pops in, you kick back and appreciate the beat.
Manoj Bajpayee as Mithilesh Singh, the substance of political underhandedness and STM’s bad habit primary, transparently runs KK instructing classes in cahoots with the nearby lawmakers, against University rules. He impels understudies against the Supreme Court administering on further reservation, and Deepak and Sushant succumb to his contempt governmental issues as an aftereffect of which, both drop out with Dr Prabhakar. Sushant is rusticated and Deepak is approached to leave for suggesting Dr Prabhakar might simply be a casteist. He goes off to Cornell. The scene where Sushant and Deepak get into a verbal quarrel come in abruptly, with no lead in.