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Just got back from the theatre. I was excited about Blue. There was a big hype around Blue, as it is one of the most expensive Bollywood movies ever made, it has a wonderful star cast,Oscar-winner A.R.Rahman's music, Kylie Minogue, great publicity.
I thought Blue would have a rocking story apart from all the bikes, explosions and underwater diving. Of course there is a story, but it just doesn't live up to anyones expectations.
Blue has some plusses though, it has been shot very lavishly, I am always afraid of weird looking bollywood action scenes, Blue doesn't have those. Blue has excellent action scenes, first-rate stunts, awesome camera-work (Especially under water!).
Go see Blue if you are okay with seeing only great visuals and stunts. The movie is not bad, the story is just bad, everything else is awesome.
I rate this movie 7 out of 10 because of the following things : - Akshay Kumars awesome flawless acting as a negative role. - Sanjay Dutts performance. - Zayed Khan for once, doesn't go unnoticed, well done. - Katrina Kaif's hitting cameo. - Aaj dil gustakh hai, Fiqrana and Blue theme. - Superb actions and visuals.
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