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Dhan Te Nan. Vishal Bhardwaj pays homage to
cinema of yore and that's reason enough to go out and grab tickets for
one of the most keenly anticipated films of our times.A few monsoons
ago, Farah Khan paid homage to the cinema of 1970s with OM SHANTI
OM.Now Bhardwaj picks up characters that we have witnessed on the Hindi
screen before, but executes it like Tarantino and Guy Ritchie do. He
creates a film that's so different from movies we've witnessed thus
far.Let's say, KAMINEY is bold, stark, funny and unpredictable and
that's what works in its favour. There're two more reasons: Shahid
Kapoor and of course, 'Dhan Te Nan'. Okay, we've seen Shahid pitching
in a sincere act in his earlier films, but KAMINEY should catapult him
to superstardom. His double role in KAMINEY is exemplary.
There's another star in KAMINEY and that's 'Dhan Te Nan'. Your heart starts beating faster every time you hear this in the background or also when Shahid breaks into the song. The track is as big a craze as 'Jumma Chumma' [HUM], 'Ek Do Teen' [TEZAAB] and 'Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai' [KHAL-NAYAK] and will contribute enormously in attracting viewers in hordes. To cut it short, KAMINEY is a film with an attitude. Like it or leave it, but you'd never be able to ignore it. Word from the wise: Go for this hatke experience!
Now Fasten your seat belts folks, and cast that cola aside. You are about to land into the dirty damp world of ‘Kaminey’, populated by bookies, trigger-happy drug mafia, corrupt cops and power-hungry goons with political ambition. In the melee of these kaminey characters unspools the story of Guddu and Charlie (Shahid Kapur), two estranged brothers who have nothing in common, not even their speech defects.
Charlie, who lisps (pronounces ‘sa’ as ‘fa’), is looking for a ‘fortcut’ to make big ‘paifa’ and become a bookie, while Guddu, who stammers, h..h..has a clear life plan charted o...
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