Naomi Watts as Princess Diana (Courtesy www.naomiwatts.org)

Naomi Watts as Princess Diana (Courtesy http://www.naomiwatts.org)

Dainty, daring and dashing Diana, “Queen of Hearts” played by stunning actress Naomi Watts was superb. More than a film review, let’s look at the story of love that Diana wanted, a simple story of love, but what happened and why? Nobody knows best than her and ever will.

In today’s social media frenzy would her intoxication with love survive? Humanitarian efforts, yes, but her happy love, it wouldn’t make it as far as it did back then. Did the paparazzi kill her? Maybe, let’s leave for the experts to that and that where the film “Diana” doesn’t focus. It focuses on her as a person, a lady, a seeker for love.

Women in power, women in the public pay a heavy price for their love. Love diminishes by the flashlight and closer to an illusion. A woman has strong instincts and knows when she is not wanted, she has the courage to accept but the hope not to give up. She gave wholeheartedly and till the last phone call, waited, waited and died waiting.

Men take charge and get what they want, but come close to their territory and the ego starts to crack and shatter like glass all over, not realizing the scars they leave that get deeper. Nobody is perfect and while love is more reciprocating for women, it is but a long road of desire for men and then get tired, take a turn or just stop.

Watch Diana’s journey and you will get a view from a driver’s seat, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel.

The Rumi Quote was also recently used in Director Imitiaz Ali’s Bollywood Blockbuster “Rockstar” and the quote is:

Rumi Quote for Diana Movie & Rockstar (Courtesy Tumblr)

Rumi Quote for Diana Movie & Rockstar (Courtesy Tumblr)

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