‘Impatient Vivek’, if made well, could just be a tribute to Indian Culture and heritage…read on to know more!
This film marks the acting debut of Vivek Sudarshan who we have earlier enjoyed as a singing sensation with a pleasant voice in the album – ‘I Vivek’. Here he has teamed up with Sayali Bhagat on screen as his lady love. She had made her debut with ‘The Train’ opposite Emraan Hashmi and Geeta Basra in 2007. She has been rated as a talented young girl with a fresh face and was acknowledged as a booming beauty in the Miss India contest in 2004 where she was one of the winners.
In this movie, the character Vivek is a very shy and timid scientist who is not comfortable with expressing his emotions directly to his love interest, Sayali. He takes the help of puppets and through puppetry he makes it known to her that his heart beats for her. Similarly, he puts forward other moments of love and feelings through the same method thus making the film very colorful and vibrant. Puppetry is such an old art form of our culture and it is heartening to see that being depicted in the powerful and far reaching medium of the Indian cinema . This was last seen in Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Paheli’ where the 2 puppets acted like story tellers of the film. The film has been directed by Rahat Kazmi. Vivek Sudarshan is a smart looking actor with a chocolate face and is expected to make the school and college girls swoon over him. He has the boy next door charm which is complemented beautifully by the glamorous looks of Sayali Bhagat. This is an innocent love story of 2 people in the jet age being made to come together by the sheer attraction of each other’s strength as good people.