The attention of the world is focused, after the terrorist attacks in U.S.A. of 11Sep01, on Afghanistan - a country that has been torn by war for the last 23 years, and has had no media ... See full summary »
Major Jaidev Rajvansh and his fellow officer Hussein manage to rescue a leading politician as well as capture his kidnapper, Abhrush. The terrorist has been searched for years and he is ... See full summary »
When Jailer Vishwanath Pratap Singh slaps arch-criminal Dr. Michael Deng, he does not realize he has re-shaped his own future, as soon after his two sons, and daughter-in-law are ... See full summary »
Javed Abbas (Jackie Shroff) is widowed Police Officer with four children. His partner is Arun Verma (Shahrukh Khan). Both Javed and Arun are honest, hard-working and diligent. And this ... See full summary »
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), India, has been made aware of a killer cab-driver in Malaysia who killed several people in a matter of hours, and then crashed his taxi and killed... See full summary »
The attention of the world is focused, after the terrorist attacks in U.S.A. of 11Sep01, on Afghanistan - a country that has been torn by war for the last 23 years, and has had no media coverage for the last 6, mainly due to it being occupied by the Pakistan-sponsored Taliban, with Pakistani military personnel themselves involved amongst the Taliban. But when the U.S. and it's coalition forces target Osama Bin Laden, Pakistan issues an official denial that there are no more Pakistani military personnel in Afghanistan. This results in a influx of journalist and media from all around the world. Amongst this background a loyal soldier, Subedar Major Jan Mohammed of the Pakistan Border Regiment, estranged from his daughter, Zorya, who detested the Taliban, is now on his way back to the Pakistani border, and in order to do this he has taken four hostages: Jessica Beckham of Reuters; Jai Kapoor and Suhel Khan - two Indian journalists; and their Afghan guide, Khyber. Together he herds them ... Written by
In the Afghan film industry, actor Rasool Eman is known to play heroic roles and Farooq Baraki has always been a villain in films. Director Kabir Khan gave them cameo roles in the film as Northern Alliance "mujahedin" (soldier), in which Baraki plays a senior officer, who slaps a junior officer (played by Eman). Eman was not pleased by such an arrangement and threatened Baraki that "wait until the next Afghan film we do together, I will beat the s*** out of you...!" See more »
Those days in 2006 Yashraj made films like Dhoom 2 and then came this film so i said i have to watch this The film is a nice journey based film No romance No song- dance
The film is well handled by Kabir Khan a documentary director The film abounds in light moments but they are well handled The entire journey is well handled with thrilling and comic moments and also emotional towards the end
The film does drag at times but overall it's a nice film though certain times they is too much humor yet the director keeps the tragic elements towards the end and they succeed in moving you
Kabir Khan shows he is a good director Music(Kabul Fiza towards the end credits is good) Cinematography is a treat
Arshad Warsi plays his part well, many times he tends to overdo comic portions in comic films like GOLMAAL but here he is full in control John Abraham gets some few lines and excels in those scenes though at times his expressions and mouth open scenes are too much Hanif Hum Ghum is admirable while Salman Shahid as the Taliban is outstanding The girl is okay
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