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there have been movies on sports .... i mean we have seen Awwal No,Goal etc (it's fine if u don't rmr these films because for many reason u are not gonna remember this film too) & there have been sports movies too like Lagaan & Chak De. Now when we go to spend 150 Rs on weekend we expect that at least this one will be a better sports movie, no matter in story but at least in treatment & presentation. But the same old story is repeated again. Although i didn't have any expectation from it yet i found it highly disappointing. All the film maker has tried to do is add spices to story. No witty dialogs & no moving scenes. The main reason why this film is so boring is just the treatment given to it. Which turned out to be so fake & unrealistic that people will find it hard to accept the film, even when the film talked about cricket & had some great international players. One good advice to the film maker is, my friend this movie would have been good & successful if it would have been released in 80's. Since India has gone under globalization, the Indian audience now has access to films which are being made across the world. So the old melodrama & unnecessary spices wouldn't entertain us anymore. Be innovative & offer something new, no matter it doesn't have any element of typical Bollywood film, still it will be a hit.
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