You are here
Director duo Abbas-Mastan have have in the past given us thrillers through movies like Baazigar, Ajnabee and Humraaz. Naqaab -  their latest offering matches their previous thrillers and the best thing is that it's just two hours long. The story is based on the scenic locales of Dubai. A middle-class girl called Sophie (Urvashi Sharma) meets Karan (Bobby Deol) belonging to the upper echelon of the society. Opposites attract, Sophie falls in love with Karan and gets engaged to him. While Sophie treats her friends post engagement in an Egyptian restaurant, the brash, awfully dressed Vicky (Akshaye Khanna) ends up dancing with her after being prompted by an usher who harps about Egyptian traditions and they dance to a Hindi song. This just-engaged girl shares a tremendously intimate song with the upstart, coming close enough to an actual kiss, and just then the spell breaks. Vic ....
Read More
 
It is the story of Mumbai what is was in 2003. A maze of local trains, throbbing crowds, big land deals and intense politics. Maximum movie review... in the center of it all we have a volatile story of two cops and stuggle for power. Maximum power. Mumbai was a different city when the war against the underworld had been declared. The mandate to gun them down was given to a chosen few. One of them was Pratap Pandit and the other Arun Inaamdar, both of them, most talked about in the media as "Encounter Specialists". However, each of them differed in their approach, with a strong informer base, sharp strategies and vying with each other about the tally of dead gangsters to their credit. The struggle was always for control. If Pandit was ambitious, Inaamdar conniving and silent. One thing common between them - each of them was ruthless with an eye on garnering maximum power - withi ....
Read More
 
1 6 7 8