Poor Arjun is friendly with Shekhar and Raghu, as well as their sister named Sanjana. His friends help him avenge the untimely death of his dad, who was killed by rivals posing as workers. ... See full summary »
Ayan, a pharmaceutical salesman in Pakistan, takes on the multinational health care corporation he works for after he realizes they knowingly marketed a baby formula that's responsible for the death of hundreds of babies everyday.
A young couple who are government officers dedicated to their jobs and the nation. They are impassioned about their work and each other. All that changes in an instant in the face of a shocking betrayal which turns the tables on both of them. A potent solution to all of these crimes is discovered by the young man, in the form of invisibility, a condition that befalls the hero. The power of invisibility can be used to great good or can be corrupted to great evil; which does he choose? Especially when confronted with the one obstacle between achieving his goal and becoming all live without his love. Written by
Remake of Ashok Kuamr's film Mr x 1957 directed by Nanabhai Bhatt, father of Mahesh Bhatt. See more »
At the end when Amyra Dastur was taking a bath, and Emraan Hashmi came, and she looked at him, the camera moved, the Towel that she was wearing was seen at the corner, and no one will take a shower wearing a towel around his/her chest. See more »
Nothing special in the Effects and run of the mill "Badla" story
We went to see the movie as we had liked the effects in the teaser, because Emraan Hashmi movies are usually good and because it was in 3d. Thought the whole thing would be fun to watch.
Sadly the effects were a copy of hollow man and thus did not appeal. There was no creativity. The guy would switch his invisibility on and off as if there was a defect in his invisibility and no control. The effect of carrying his girl while being invisible was the only new good effect but was already a part of the teaser.
The story was run of the mill "badla" one and not expected from Vikram Bhatt. Effects do not make a movie but there should be a good story.
The songs were irritating and the singer sounds like he has woken up from his sleep and started to sing. The lady's voice was auto tuned. So nothing much was achieved in the music department. The song "you can call me X" was like giving an option to the audience.
The worse thing was that we saw this movie in "Starcity Matunga". We were made to pay 15 bucks for a pair of 3d glasses that we can keep. Unfortunately the glasses were so cheap that there was no 3d effect in some. only half my family was able to see 3d. Even after exchanging the glasses 3 or 4 times we could not see 3d. The staff in the theater were kind enough to help us exchange the glasses but the quality of the glasses had not been tested.
Emraan Hashmi is advised to use his good discretionary powers to only act in good movies and not trust the people who sell him special effects. Also he could select a good boy image, There was nothing much in performances of the other actors. The reason why the invisibility happen was stupid and not convincing. Maybe the twist with which the villain is exposed was the only bit of intelligence in the movie.
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