The sum of any art form’s punch lies in the effectiveness in which it brings together its component forms. For a simpler (read older) art form like painting, or sculptoring, there are perhaps one or two elements to bring together: sand and clay and paper and ink makes great art. Since most of the newer varities of art play on ‘fuzion‘, it becomes an art in itself to bring together all the elements to make a great piece of work.
That’s something I thought about when I watched Kal Ho Na Ho today. Lesson learnt: Don’t skip the songs, they are the good part of a bad movie.