Medical student Sunita is driven by curiosity to study the case of Sanjay Singhania, who is afflicted with short-term memory loss. She wants to investigate the curious case of Sanjay Singhania , a (former) notable city businessman, who is reported to have anterograde amnesia. Her professor denies access to Sanjay’s records as it is currently under criminal investigation. Sunita, nonetheless, decides to investigate the matter herself. Sanjay is introduced as he brutally murders a man.
He takes a Polaroid picture of the man, and writes on it “done”.
It is revealed that Sanjay has anterograde amnesia where he loses his memory every 15 minutes. Sanjay uses a system of photographs, notes, and tattoos on his body to recover his memory after each cycle. It is revealed that Sanjay is ultimately out to avenge the death of his sweetheart Kalpana, and that he is systematically killing the people who were responsible for it. His main target is “Ghajini”, a notable social personality in the city.
Police Inspector Arjun Yadav, on the case of the serial murders, tracks Sanjay down to his flat and attacks and disables him. Yadav finds two diaries where Sanjay has chronicled the events of 2005 and 2006. The film flashes back to 2005 as Yadav reads the diary. Sanjay Singhania is shown as the owner of the Air Voice mobile telephone company. In the course of his business, Sanjay sends his men to meet Kalpana, a struggling model, about putting up a billboard above her apartment.
The owner of Kalpana’s advertising firm misinterprets this as a romantic advance, and in view of a possible lucrative Air Voice ad campaign and other benefits, encourages Kalpana to accept the overture. Kalpana thinks of this as an innocent prank that may fetch her better modeling work, and decides to play out the charade as Sanjay’s girlfriend. As soon as Sanjay knows of this matter, he decides to confront Kalpana but falls in love with her on first sight. Thus, he introduces himself as Sachin. They both became friends and started to like each other.
The diary ends with Sanjay proposing to Kalpana and promising himself that he will reveal himself as Sanjay Singhania if she accepts. In the meantime, Sunita visits Sanjay’s flat and finds Yadav, beaten and bound. Sunita finds the two diaries and frees Yadav. She also finds that Ghajini is Sanjay’s target. Ghajini arrives at Sanjay’s flat to kill him. He destroys all the photographs, notes and scratches off Sanjay’s tattoos. Satisfied that he has neutralized Sanjay by wiping out any trace that connects back to him, Ghajini leaves.
Sunita, now aware of the shocking truth, finds Sanjay in the hospital and tells him the truth. He flies into a rage and he told her to lead him to Ghajini. Arriving at Ghajini’s lair in downtown Mumbai, Sanjay confronts all of Ghajini’s henchmen and with superior strength, manages to disable. Finding Ghajini himself, Sanjay fights Ghajini hand-to-hand. However, Ghajini realizes that he is no match for Sanjay’s strength, so the two engage in a chase until Sanjay’s memory loss strikes again. Ghajini turns around and stabs him.
He begins to taunt the stabbed Sanjay with the grisly tale of how he murdered Kalpana, when Sanjay, with a sudden burst of last minute strength, overpowers Ghajini. Sanjay kills Ghajini in the same way as Ghajini had killed Kalpana. The film ends with Sanjay, still experiencing amnesia, volunteering at an orphanage. Sunita gives him a gift which is the cement slab on which Kalpana and Sanjay impressioned their first footprints when the couple moved into a new apartment to remind him of his close relationship with Kalpana.
A person can have short term memory loss through a trauma in the brain. The culture in India are very beautiful in their own way like the woman that are dress in a fancy elegant robe with a veil can and thus says a lot about their tradition. Once a person has difficulty remembering their pass life due to trauma in the brain, He or she will now know what is going on about their present life. The one thing we can do to help a person with a short term memory loss is to explain what happen to them. Question: Is there a cure for a short term memory loss?
Cite this Ghajini
Ghajini. (2016, Nov 13). Retrieved from https://graduateway.com/ghajini/