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Dushyant and Jaya are childhood friends. In spite of his family's poverty, Dushyant has one great ambition in life: to become a successful singer. Jaya encourages him all she can and helps ... See full summary »
Birendra Nath Tiwari
Shah Rukh Khan,
In Orbit Park, India; two British nationals are killed by a fierce man-eating tiger, followed by a few other incidents, all related to the death of human-beings. Two months later, National Geographic researcher, Krish Thapar and his photographer wife, Riya, decides to take a trip to the park to investigate on these incidents. On their way; they are introduced to five other hunters, Dev Malhotra, his girlfriend, Ishika, Vishal, Sajid and Bagga. The two groups join each other and are soon guided by Kaali Pratap Singh; little realizing that Kaali is a wrecked soul determined to take them down one after the other.Written by
The 3 tigers in the scene where they corner Vivek Oberoi and John Abraham against the jeep are the same tigers used in the movie Gladiator (2000). See more »
There is a sheet of paper on which the national park's rules are printed. One of the park officers states that those are in English on the front and in Hindi on the back. However, there are several other shots in which it is plain that the back of the sheets is blank. See more »
Plot Outline: Tourists Dev (Vivek Oberoi), Ishika (Lara Dutta) and two friends explore Orbit National Park, a tiger haven. They meet Wildlife experts Krish (John Abraham) and Riya (Esha Deol) who are exploring recent mysterious man-eater killings for National Geographic Channel. They are joined by Kali (Ajay Devgan) who takes up the challenge of guiding them though the mysteries of the jungle.
Comment: Kaal is pot-pourri of Ram Gopal Verma and Karan Johar's styles since Writer/Director Soham had been an assistant to both. RGV's style is visible in the thriller plot, pale ghosts and bizarre deaths. Johar didn't forget to cast SRK, this time in an Item number. The movie shares similarities with Ghost and the Darkness, Wrong Turn, etc.
There isn't much acting to see, thanks to the incoherent script and lack of room for characters to grow. Music is decent; choreography is stereotype. Jim Corbett National Park is well captured. No wonder they are facing a suit for the alleged violation of the Wildlife act.
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