Tezz - Notepad
A must miss. Sloppy visual effects, lamest lines of all, a bizarre plot which wishes that I empathize with an anti-hero who threatens to blast trains don't make a couple of good chase sequences worth it. And you meet some of the most unplanned terrorists on the way.
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This page has additional observations, other than the ones noted in the main review.
An illegal immigrant gets so offended for being thrown out of UK that he comes back to threaten, takes along other illegal immigrants to blow a couple of trains off and make demands of the government.
- That there was a decent proportion of non-Indians in UK. And that they spoke in English. That they were bad actors is an entirely different issue.
What did not
- The court in UK looked more like the ones in India, no?
- Aakash Rana (Ajay Devgan) sitting alone in the court after being implicated.
- The random slow-motion shots, for example the one where the coin falls off the beggar's bowl.
- A person deported from UK for being an illegal immigrant is allowed to come back or finds his way back! Really?
- Some action sequences were hilarious - one in particular had Aakash and Aadil (Zayed Khan) wait to face the cops when the place they were at is raided and then Aakash shouts at Aadil to 'run!'
- So, the cops in UK get hold of an arms dealer, take him to a train station and then handcuff him after he gets off the car?
- Why is a arms dealer who is caught in London being taken to Glasgow, anyway?
- These wannabe terrorists handover open bombs from one to another!
- The animation in the train switch.
- and many many more such things...