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Saad Khan has done an exceptional job in scripting and directing a crime thriller that is very fresh in its treatment, both film and film-making wise. Although there might be several flaws in the movie, but Station will grip you with its plot, narration style, realistic performances and really catchy background scores. It takes a lot of guts and patience to release an Indie movie without any Godfathers in the industry to support you. A big salute to Saad Khan for that. The actors, Sameer Kevin Roy, Hardik Sha, Anika Batra, and Siddhanth K.S., all do a fair job in keeping their characters rich and realistic, something that we don't see very often. Music by Jeet Singh is a pleasure to the ears and blends well with this dark twisted thriller. The negatives I felt was too much dependence on non-linear story telling and pacing. Also, I felt mass- media marketing would have allowed the movie ad campaign to penetrate deeply into public interest, which would have really boosted the effort. Station is the first Hindi movie to emerge out of the city of Bangalore. What I felt after watching the movie was that we've found a filmmaker who is very promising and one who tries to break some clichés in the industry, albeit there are some things in the movie that could have been avoided. If you haven't seen the movie yet, take time and watch it.
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