Ghajini is an interesting tale of a business man Sanjay Singhania, who owns a mobile phone company named Air Voice. The man is rich, powerful and poised to attain greater heights; but suddenly, something goes wrong. Sanjay; the man played by the famous Bollywood actor, Aamir Khan, finds himself in a near death like situation, which also washes his memory. Sanjay is hurt and alone, and the only connection that he has with his past is through the sudden spells of memory recall, which only last for about 15 minutes. How he uses those broken bits of information filtering in those 15 minute spells is what makes this a worth watching and a gripping tale of revenge.
The body tattoes are all meant to remind Sanjay about the job in hand; and the reasons why he has been left alive after the cruel stroke of events; make this movie a fine and a very gripping one indeed. The element of the fairer sex is also weaved very beautifully in the movie; but does not at any point of time seems out of sorts or forcibly inserted in the movie line.
This is movie is a must for those who are Aamir Khan's admirers; and for those who are not, it is even more worthwhile to watch this flick as it presents an entirely different shade of this extremely talented actor.