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The Train: Some Lines Shoulder Never Be Crossed... (2007)

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Vishal Dixit (Emraan Hashmi), a regular middle class man, is settled in Bangkok with his wife, Anjali (Sayali Bhagat) and their 5 year old daughter, Nikki. Anjali and Vishal are trying to ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Vishal Dixit
Geeta Basra ...
Roma Ram Kapoor / Richa Malhotra
Rajat Bedi ...
Special Investigating Officer Asif Ahmed Khan
Anant Mahadevan ...
Sudhir (as Ananth Mahadevan)
Ashok Beniwal ...
(as Ashok Benewal)
Asseem Merchant ...
Sayali Bhagat ...
Anjali V. Dixit
Rajesh Khattar ...
(as Rajeesh Kattar)
Anita Wahi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Suresh Menon


Vishal Dixit (Emraan Hashmi), a regular middle class man, is settled in Bangkok with his wife, Anjali (Sayali Bhagat) and their 5 year old daughter, Nikki. Anjali and Vishal are trying to hold on to their deteriorating marriage which is already under tremendous pressure. One ordinary day, on his way to work, Vishal meets Roma (Geeta Basra), a beautiful, captivating woman. The attraction between them is instantaneous. As Vishal gets to know her better, he realizes that she too is a loner, trapped in a loveless marriage. The attraction between them reaches a peak and at a point they decide to give in to an adulterous affair. As Anjali starts getting suspicious of Vishal's erratic behavior, his romance with Roma deepens. He is torn between the two loves of his life. Just when Vishal thought life could not get more complicated, he realizes that his secret liaison is known to someone, an unknown elusive enemy who is bent on using the knowledge to destroy all three lives. Vishal now ... Written by

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Movie uses the main theme of video game 'Halo: Combat Evolved', at some places. One example would be the scene after the villain goes after robbing main character and his love in the hotel. See more »


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This train's going nowhere, so get on at your own risk.
20 December 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The Train, incidentally, is an unapologetic, shameless rip-off of the Clive Owen-Jennifer Aniston thriller Derailed, and this desi version's been directed by Hasnain Hyderabadwala and Raksha Mistry who last plagiarised the Tom Cruise starrer Collateral to give us The Killer. Now the thing about The Train is that although it faithfully follows the blueprint of the original film, it does so lethargically at an almost snail-like pace, killing you slowly with its misplaced sense of morality.In a nutshell, the film's about a married man and the price he must pay for adultery. Emraan Hashmi is the man in question, newcomer Sayali Bhagat his wife, and Geeta Basra the other woman. The story's set in Bangkok, although till the end of the film I couldn't figure out why they needed to go outside our very own Filmistan Studio because the directors don't exploit the city to lend character to the story. The basic flaw with The Train is its own inability to understand what story it wants to tell. The screenplay plods along wearily and what's meant to be the big turning point in the plot is so predictable, you've guessed it a good forty minutes before you actually see it happen on screen. Then there are those terrifying performances by Aseem Merchant playing the bad guy, and leading lady Geeta Basra – who's so buried under make-up you can't even see her expressions. Put it all together and you've got a recipe for disaster.The reason The Train fails and so miserably so is because the filmmakers' conviction is so clearly missing in the film. You can't just rip off a Hollywood film frame by frame and expect your film to turn out exactly like the original – no, that's not going to happen. Look at some successful rip-offs – Murder and Kaante…You'll notice both of these films had clearly developed characters and a fairly solid screenplay, even if the screenplays weren't entirely original. The Train sadly has neither, and that's why it's such a royal bore. It's true what I said in the beginning; Emraan Hashmi isn't half as bad as he usually is. He's having a bad hair day and looks a bit like a lost lamb, but that aside, it's an earnest attempt. Not that it helps actually because the film itself is just very difficult to sit through. Hasnain Hyderabadwala and Raksha Mistry's The Train is loose and it's weak and if you ask me honestly, this train's going nowhere, so get on at your own risk.

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