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Accident on Hill Road (2010)

In order not to jeopardize her overseas career, an impaired woman, who had just run over a male, decides to conceal her crime with the victim trapped in the windshield.

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Prakash Shrivastav (as Farooque Shaikh)
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Sonam Chopra
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Sid / Siddharth
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Warden (as Rukhsar)
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Mrs. Wadia
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Mrs. Barman
Dadhi Raj ...
Mr. Sethi
Priya Ahuja ...
Prakash's daughter
Manmeet Singh ...
Cab Driver
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Monica Ajinkya ...
Mrs. Sharma
Freny Bhagat ...
Wheel Chair Patient
Sushma Bhagwat ...
Ajju's mother
Bunty Chopra ...
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Parvez Khan ...
Gaurang Prajapati
Kanchi Ashok Kumar ...
Cab Driver's friend
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A thriller that takes it's premise from the real life incident of a woman who hit a man, then drove home, and parked the car in the garage with the man wedged halfway through her wind shield. what happens next makes the rest of the thrilling story. Written by Magna Stardust

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INR 8,000,000 (estimated)
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While recording for a song singer Sonu Nigam was in America. So Music director Raju Singh got techno and arranged for him to record the song online. See more »

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Remake of Stuck (2007) See more »

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Predicament - Laugh or get scared?
15 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

The good thing about "Accident On Hill Road" is the direction. Yes and due credit is deserved for Mahesh Nair who manages to hold reigns even though plot is wafer-thin. If he had a good subject material indeed he has potential to pull-off a spectacular feat. If not anything, the least this movie could do is to get this director noticed and hopefully good projects would land into his lap.

The downside as already mentioned is the plot. Add to that the oscillation of construction of the screen between comical and pity. Right from the start if it was portrayed as comical the same would have turned into a good popcorn flick catering solely to the teenage multiplex crowd (a la "I Know What You Did Last Summer" or "Scary Movie" series types).

It no rocket science to discover that Celina Jaitley is a big downer. And so is Abhimanyu Singh. I was expecting more footage for Manmeet Singh. The saving grace is indeed Farooq Shaikh who convincingly pulls- off "never say die" attitude.

Moral of the movie: As you sow, so shall you reap


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