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While filming the the climax underwater fighting scenes in the wrecked ship Akshay Kumar smashed his forehead under a rusty metal portion. Blood suddenly came out, and there were sharks nearby the filming spot. Everyone panicked but he was rescued by the stunt actors. Akshay was ready for the second take, but director insisted the first shoot was okay. See more »
Another total trash from Akshay Kumar and gang. I wonder why Akshay Kumar wanting stars from other countries trashed into his movies without any relevance? Dog in Sing is king and Kyslie in this movie. Such glorious international name don't add any value to Akshay's movies, which are scripted badly combined with Akshay over acting. Akshay is extremely talented actor, but unable to give a single hit in a while and you see why.
The protagonists are searching for a treasure ship that was traveling from Britain to India, and was lost at sea in the Bahamas.. yes Bahamas is en route to India! The acting is horrible, the dialogues are especially cheesy and dialogue delivery made me want to throw up. The young khan is complete waste in this movie. Actually all the actors make a mess, can't actually blame them if the script was this bad. It has scenes lifted from movies like Torque and Hitch, and has an overall feel of Fool's Gold.
The setting and cinematography are quite breathtaking. It has a few decent action sequences, though the editing leaves a lot to be desired. The story is very weak and predictable, go for this one only if you have absolutely nothing else to do.
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