“The hottest love has the coldest end” Titanic (Movie) has proved this line. If I were to pick five of my top favorite historical movies, I think the hit saga Titanic, which made its debut in 1997, would come in close to the top. The most Amazing film made ever (My Personal view). Since the first time I ever watched it (I was only 10 year old) I found myself close to tears (Because I am very emotional person) With the very thought of the actual incident which might have occurred I shudder and feel extremely sad how the ‘Wonder Couple’ of Jack Dawson and Rose spent their few moments of love together which ended with a great sacrifice from Jack for his beloved Rose. Thinking about the brave yet unfortunate end of Captain Murdock is yet another painful act along with hundreds dying in this Ship – Iceberg Collision.
For me and the most of people main attraction is the actors; Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, playing Jack and Rose. A special mention of Kate Winslet is essential if I am writing this blog since in my opinion she looks extremely beautiful. Speaking as an Indian I would put her among likes of Madhu Bala – An epitome of Indian Beauty. I usually don’t get overly emotional at movies, but watching entire families torn apart, some washed away and never seen again, always has me bawling by the time it’s over. I think the most gripping part of Titanic is that it was *real. * It doesn’t matter how dolled-up the costumes or sets may be – this really happened, and people died just like this.
The making of Titanic is memorable with both positives of passion and royalty and negatives of pain and sacrifices. The making of the movie again is memorable and one unique movie among others. Rohit Tripathi