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Jo Bole So Nihaal (2005)

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An international terrorist is hired to assassinate the U.S. President.



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Credited cast:
Havaldar Nihaal Singh
Manoj Bhatnagar
FBI Agent Patrick Sykes
Kamaal Khan ...
Romeo / Sikander
Shillpi Sharma ...
FBI Agent Satinder "Suzanne" Kaur
Nupur Mehta ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alex Alexander ...
FBI Agent
Arun Bakshi ...
Rajinder Singh
Dolly Bindra
Yuan-Kwan Chan ...
Times Square Singer
Abhishek Chauhan ...
JiJa Ji
FBI Agent Tevana
Matt Dwyer ...
Victim with Motorcycle
Naval Officer
Dominique Kelley ...
Times Square Dancer


Nihaal Singh is an honest and beloved constable from Punjab. A chance encounter with the criminal Romeo changes his life forever. Romeo is an unstoppable mercenary who moves from country to country in a wave of terror. When Nihaal Singh unwittingly aids the terrorist in his escape, Nihaal is labeled a traitor. He finds himself suspended from his job, ridiculed, and hated by his village. Meanwhile, Romeo has taken his merciless campaign to New York. Intelligence reports reveal that Romeo has entered the US in a plot to kill the President. Now, FBI are desperate to find Romeo, but the villain is a man without a face and therefore invisible. The only person who knows what the menace looks like is Nihaal Singh. The FBI recruits Nihaal Singh to come to New York and aid them in capturing Romeo. Guided by bilingual FBI Agents Bhatnagar and Kaur, Nihaal hunts Romeo for the safety of America. He asks for one thing in return of Romeo's capture: to bring the villain to his hometown in Punjab, ... Written by

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Pathetic storyline, but has some good moments.
27 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I came upon this film, when an Indian friend of mine recommended it as an introduction into the world of Bollywood. I must say, I am not impressed. The sound effects and special effects are so amateurish that I thought I had undergone a time-warp into yesteryear. I know this is supposed to be a comedy, but the way the film was cut and directed was what made it so funny in my opinion. Even with all its flaws, there were some good moments, however. The American FBI team might have been shown as a caricature in the film, but the actors did a fine job with such poorly written material. The scene with the kid eating the ice cream was funny. The best scenes were the Brooklyn Bridge chase scene and the scene after-wards when the FBI commiserate over the female agent turning traitor. That scene had the only real moment in the film and the acting of Thomas Tevana and Gary Castro Churchwell was powerful. All in all it was a poorly constructed film with a few good scenes. I hope to see better Bollywood films in the future.

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