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After testing several fashions, the director and writer zeroed in for a mustache for Aamir Khan, and he grew it so long that it was against the rule of police. However, he didn't let them trim it, even a little. Only after being informed about the rule from a real police, did he finally give in. See more »
After the credits, two laborer are shown to install a signboard saying "Caution. Accident spot, 150m." See more »
Good movie. Brilliant plot and great direction. Aamir Khan, after a long wait of three years since his last blockbuster, 3 Idiots, has given another potential blockbuster. Movie is simply amazing.
Plot is the back bone of the movie. Director, Reema Kagti, has successfully tried to keep the mystery going through out the movie.
Suspense is highly underused genre in Bollywood. I can count decent Bollywood suspense movies on my fingers. My till-the-date favorite being 36 China Town, which is now replaced by Talaash. I hope this movie's success(which is going to be tremendous, but not even close to 3 Idiots), motivates other top actors and directors to exploit this genre.
Aamir Khan was very convincing as a cop. His character(Surjan Singh Sekhawat) was flawed and that's what I liked about it. Its a trend in Bollywood to make the protagonist, perfect, having no flaws at all. Ironically, Mr. Perfectionist's character in this movie was most flawed.
Even though he has been better, Aamir's acting in this movie was by no means, bad. He was good. But he's been better.
Out of Kareena and Rani, in my opinion, Rani was better. She was just perfect at what she was doing. She was living it.
Kareena, I think, yet again like Heroine, was trying too hard. She is one of the best actresses if not the best in Bollywood. So no one can say she was bad. Its just, out of three, she takes the third spot.
Biggest drawback of the movie was its music. Some scene lacked thrill because of poor background score.. Some songs were a bit dull as well.
Overall, movie was good. A MUST watch. Go for it. If not for Aamir then for a very rare Bollywood thriller.
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