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Agneepath (2012)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | 26 January 2012 (India)
A young boy's father is lynched before his eyes; fifteen years later he returns home for revenge.

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Agneepath is a story of revenge of Vijay Chauhan against an evil and sadistic Kaancha, who hangs Vijay's father to death. Vijay grows up with a single aim of avenging his father's death. The story revolves around Vijay Chauhan, his relationships with his family and above all, his Revenge. Written by CodeReplugd

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26 January 2012 (India)  »

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Path of Fire  »

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Box Office

Budget:

INR 600,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,140,464, 29 January 2012, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$1,981,605, 19 February 2012
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The film was an official remake of the original Agneepath but several things were changed, like the backdrop of drugs was introduced, the reason for the death of Vijay's father was changed, Mithun's character was done away with, and Rishi Kapoor's new character was introduced. See more »

Quotes

Suhasini Chauhan: Why have you come here? I don't even want the shadow of your world to fall on my daughter.
Young Vijay Deenanath Chauhan: She is my sister too!
Suhasini Chauhan: You dare not! You dare not take her name with your tongue!
Young Vijay Deenanath Chauhan: And I will forget everything if I don't take her name?
Suhasini Chauhan: What will you do? You want one more dead body? Why are you making our world a hell?
Young Vijay Deenanath Chauhan: Without power, the world is a hell.
Suhasini Chauhan: If your father was alive...
Young Vijay Deenanath Chauhan: But he isn't alive! And he was killed by such people only who don't have a right to live. They will have to die as well.
Suhasini Chauhan: And...
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Remake of Agneepath (1990) See more »

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Shah Ka Rutba
Written by: Amitabh Bhattacharya
Produced by: Ajay Gogavale and Atul Gogavale
Performed by: Sukhwinder Singh, Anand Raj Anand and Krishna
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Agneepath Rises.
26 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

You shouldn't wonder why everyone wants to remake a Big B movie. While the obvious to say is that they are a cult but the truth is we don't have stories, performances and dialogues like that today. A safe trick to pull the audience is to give them a star-studded remake of a movie the continuums of generations swear by.

If you are an ardent moviegoer, you might have felt bad with the fate of Don and Sholay remakes but Agneepath rises. Yash Johar & Mukul Anand will be proud of Karan. They can choose either or both.

First of all, it's not a complete remake. It has its own diversions but it's a wasteful effort not to compare it with the original. Some parts of the remake are a total downer. Not just the parents, I heard the kids say – I think the original was far better.

Sanjay Dutt is the first and the biggest disappointment. Tattoos of Shiva, preachings from Geeta, anecdotes from Mahabharat & Ramayan but not a single original Khalnayak moment till the last 15 minutes. I remember seeing the promo six months back and everyone spoke of Sanjay Dutt taking the entire pie from Hrithik Roshan – only if he would have been a more evil psychopath, psychopath, psychopath.

The next is Chikni Chameli. The choreographer & composer totally spoilt the cake. What a sheer waste of Katrina Kaif. The last but not the least is absence of Krishnan Iyer MA. I want to add the iconic "Sister Abduction" scene to the list but I understand that it's too much of a comparison.

There's not much you could say about the script/story since it's a remake but to talk about the dialogues written by the talented Piyush Mishra – they are mediocre. No special marks to the technicals as well.

Hrithik Roshan is brilliant, probably the best anybody could justify the real VDC. When he cries, feels happy, kills a man, runs, wants revenge, gets bruised – it's all in his eyes, he makes it real enough. He might not have been able to replace Big B's attitude but it was time they used this side of him than just counting on his looks & moves.

The surprise of the movie is Rishi Kapoor. What an actor! With the added touch of the surma, he made a better villain than Baba. He should have had a bigger role.

The score of the movie is suitably Maharashtrian, complimenting the movie. I don't know if you have noticed this but Bollywood seems fascinated with the idea of Ganesh songs or others running parallel with murder and melodrama scenes.

Apart from Kancha, everyone's performance has taken the movie a notch higher and fortunately there are no stupid-yet-intentional-because-audience-loves-it additions. Coming from Karan Johar, romance and slickness gives way to raw.

It's a nice remake and while you watch it try hard not to compare it with the original Agneepath, Agneepath, Agneepath.


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