CAST & CREW
Romeo ( Fardeen Khan) wakes up in an isolated Acid Factory and realizes that he, along with four others ( Dino Morea, Aftab Shivdasani, Dia Mirza, and Manoj Bajpai), are trapped inside it. They all suffer from temporary amnesia (memory loss). Not even remembering names, they try to figure out what happened. Then they come to know that two of them are abducted by the other three. Who are the kidnappers? Who are the victims? How do they regain their memory and get out of that situation, forms the main crux of the story.
Suparn Verma succeeds in making a stylish action thriller that predominantly attracts the city’s youth. For the most part, the screenplay holds your attention. The story is backed by the laudable cinematography, but the first half is dragged and nothing much comes out of it. The second half is fast-paced with answers flowing in. However, the climax is not up to the mark. The sound design is praiseworthy and the songs are good.
The choice of an ensemble cast is interesting and everyone does a fine job. Irrfan Khan and Manoj Bajpai are top notch. Dino Morea, Fardeen Khan, and Dia Mirza are almost there. Aftab Shivdasani is passable. Danny Denzongpa is good, and Gulshan Grover has nothing much to do. Nevertheless, everybody looked stylish.
1. Intriguing screenplay.
2. Good performances.
3. Slick action sequences.
What’s not there?
1. Edgy first-half.
2. Convincing climax.
This movie makes a good one-time watch for effortless performances and slick execution.
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