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Blue Oranges is a refreshing change. The characters are fresh, the story and screenplay original and the performances stupendous. It keeps one glued till the very end. Rajit Kapoor once again underlines his prowess as an actor.In fact all the characters played their parts to the hilt for which credit goes to the director.
The director held the ropes tight not once letting the film take a wrong turn.
Blue Oranges simply states that one doesn't need the age old formula of song and dance and fancy locations to make a film interesting. Its a pity the film didn't work at the box office but i surely hope the DVD format keeps the film alive
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