A Secret Agent must race against time to stop terrorists about to unleash an unknown strain of the Ebola Virus.

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Aazaan Khan
Candice Boucher ...
Afreen
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Imaad
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Malak
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Home Minister
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Sam Sharma
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Pandey (as Ravi Kissen)
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Aman Khan
Prashant Prabhakar ...
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Aazaan Khan - a young upright army officer, with a mixed lineage of Afghan and Indian parents, working for RAW (India's Research and Analysis Wing) as part of his duties, gets drawn in to the murky world of espionage only to find his younger brother a suspected terrorist. Torn between his love for his country and his brother, Aazaan embarks on his mission of unraveling a conspiracy of science and technology, which turns uglier when he realizes that it stands to threaten the 1.2 billion population of one of the largest developing nations in the world - India. What unfolds is a fast paced story of one man's determination of saving his country against all odds of human defiance. Strengthening him in achieving is mission is his relationship with Afreen - a beautiful Moroccan girl, who grounds him with human emotions of love that help him conquer the plot. Written by Anonymous

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Aazaan is a must watch!
14 October 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Aazaan. Have you ever heard of an Indian Spy traveling the world in micro seconds to save his country? Well Aazaan Khan is one such spy who travels the world, eradicates terror, finds out the answer to his confused life. Aazaan's mind-blowing cinematography, background score and the pace made me hooked onto the movie till a certain point which I wouldn't disclose as it is for you to find out. No, its not after the starting credits roll, can assure you that…

Story- Aazaan Khan's parents were killed by a terrorist. Aazaan then takes revenge by killing them in his childhood. Seeing this his brother gets infatuated. He helps a terrorist group which is on a mission to kill India biologically. Aazaan by now is an Indian Spy, who wants his brother to return to the track of goodness and to finish terror. And as you know any Bollywood movie won't get over within minutes, Aazaan couldn't see itself behind. During his mission he meets Afreen (Candice Boucher) and her kid (Zara) whose blood works as an antidote for the Ebola virus. Aazaan and his quest to get the antidote, finish terror and bring his brother back from the hands of evil is what Prashant Chadha had to tell. No getting into further details here.

Acting- Sachiin J Joshi has done a decent job as a debutant. Yes, polishing is needed in wide areas but has done justice to the role of Aazaan. Dialogue delivery and performing stunts was well accredited. Candice Boucher plays a sand artiste. Her presence is felt only for 15 minutes in the movie which makes her role unexplainable and gives out the impression of her character being forcefully added in the script. My favorite was Ravi Kissen who has done a tremendous job in the film. Both comic timing and getting the seriousness was superbly balanced. Other actors have also done well for their minute roles.

To concise, Aazaan has a good blend of magnificent music and background score, credit to Salim - Sulaiman. Excellent cinematography by Axel Fischer brings a whole new paradigm to Bollywood film-making. Prashant Chadha's vision and the screenplay played a vital factor in keeping viewers hooked onto the movie. Yes, at some part it might just put you off but stunts and action are well portrayed. Regardless, go watch the movie only if the tickets cost Rs. 80 or Rs. 100 max. I'm not guaranteeing you all anything par excellence.

My ratings- ***


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