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This larger than life portrayal of the firebrand-revolutionary Mangal Pandey marks the return of Aamir Khan to the cinema after a gap of almost four years.
Set against the backdrop of the 1857 Mutiny, the film concerns a strong bond that developed between the heroic sepoy Pandey and his British commanding officer William Gordon (Toby Stephens).
The friendship is soon challenged, thanks to a charming young aristocrat, Emily Kent (Coral Beed), and then of course by the introduction of controversial new gun-cartridges among the troops.
This racy chase-flick to be out in April is about two small-town con-people (Rani Mukerjee and Abhishek Bachchan)on the run, trailed by a top-cop (Amitabh Bachchan).
A casting coup of sorts, as this film has been touted as, what will be interesting to see as well is whether director Shaad Ali can pull off a fast-paced adventure film, hot on the heels of his debut romance reels Saathiya, a remake of Mani Ratnam's Alai Payuthey.
So, with this April release, producer Karan Johar finally moves out of his patented 'family' genre with a suspense thriller, directed by his assistant Soham Shah.
The story of this Ajay Devgan-starrer has been kept under wraps, but completely uncharacteristic of Johar's pictures, we do know this film has only background scores, no song-n-dance. And Shah Rukh Khan in a surprise packet, but of course.
Bachchan roughly in the garb of Bal Thackeray.
Ram Gopal Varma, an acknowledged expert hand on the underworld as a film genre.
A story line that deals with the intricacies within which a gangland patriarch operates. Sounds exciting enough all right.
Hrithik Roshan and Preity Zinta's (replaced by Priyanka Chopra's female lead in the second part) characters from the super-hit 'part one' die and Rohit's special powers get transferred to his son (Hrithik Roshan).
While Koi Mil Gaya dealt with the mother-son relationship, the sequel attempts to explore the relationship between a grandmother and grandson. Will the sequel manage the mass audiences as the highest grosser of 2003? Well, that's what's to look out for.
Second film that plans to extend the Munnabhai franchise. The title seems exhilarating enough.
And if Raju Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's screenplay — currently at work — manages the masti of Munnabhai MBBS, I think we're in for yet another giggle gig next year.
i can't wait to see The Rising, and Munnabhai
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Well said, I agree too.
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