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PRINCE It's Showtime ... Nothing and No One Can Be Trusted..... One of the savviest thieves in the world commits the biggest heist of his life. He wakes up next morning to realize he has a gunshot wound on his arm that he doesn't remember getting. In his quest to find answers he discovers his name is Prince, he used to work for a man named Sarang and his girlfriend's name is Maya. He is being hunted by the secret service of India- I Grip, the CBI and the biggest white collared criminals in the world. He is the most wanted man in the country because only he knows the whereabouts of the heist, which contains a secret that is linked not only to his loss of memory but threatens the future of the Human Race. Prince can rely only on his razor sharp instincts to salvage himself. The web of deception spins and Prince gets even more entangled. Nothing and no one can be trusted. Every day he meets a new girl claiming to be Maya... Every cop and criminal in the country is out for his blood... He... Written by
'Prince' caught my attention right from the moment I saw it's first promo, the promos were looking fantastic. The soundtrack was ruling my Ipod, so watching 'Prince' was a must for me! Kookie V. Gulati's 'Prince' is a film that works in bits and pieces. It has a terrific first hour, but the second hour struggles. However, It's amazing music, Camera-work, Action/Stunts and a superb performance by Vivek Oberoi makes this half-hearted fare a decent one-time watch.
Here's something I want to say: Shiraz Ahmed's screenplay is watertight in the first hour. The suspense unfolds beautiful, it's keeps you at the Grip. But as soon the second hr beings, the screenplay becomes a mess. The climax, especially, is the weakest link. It leaves no impact whatsoever! A film that could've been a power-packed entertainer, sadly ends up becoming a strictly one-time watch, as mentioned from the beginning.
Watch 'Prince' for the pluses it has. But be ready to come out half-hearted!
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