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I find it hilarious that that negative review from Rediff is being RT with a #HappyBirthdaySalman hashtag on twitter LOL
 
So SRK is damn good in Don 2. Yayyy!Party *touchwood* hope this works! Big smile


Aahahahahah...NO WAY!! Really?! LOL LOL
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Yeah its mainly 2 people RT again and again again LOLLOL But its hilarious LOLLOL 

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My Don 2 review should be up soon. A massive improvement over the first film. Here's my review of the 2006 Don: http://www.rediff.com/movies/2006/oct/20don.htm

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Looks like addy boy didn't get paid that much. LOL
 
And I hate to ruin the moment but here's the first negative review..it's NOT Raja Sen..well atleast he liked SRK in it Smile 
 

Review: Don 2 has no edge-of-the-seat moments

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A scene from Don 2For an action film with the central plot setting us up for a robbery inside a major bank, Don 2's pacing is very slow, writes Aseem Chhabra.

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n his new film Don 2 director Farhan Akhtar [ Images ] takes his time introducing us to his lead, played by Shahrukh Khan [ Images ]. We get a whiff of Khan, a slight sense of his presence, with close shots and shaky hand held camera. There we see his arm, part of his unshaven face, his dark glasses.  As he travels up a meandering river in Thailand, we notice Khan's rather odd looking long hair (a wig, of course), with dreadlocks.  And there is cigarette smoke rolling around his face in slow motion. It is all very sexy and so cool!

Through most of the film Khan is very cool. He often has a twinkle in his eye, a slight mischievous smile, as he speaks dialogues like "Touch" and "Kya karen sweetheart, we are everywhere" (in response to Lara Dutta's [ Images ] startled look on hearing that an Indian is a vice president of a major German bank).  Then there are the Don-isms (Don Says) where he speaks in third person spouting statements like "Don ko pakadna mushqil hee nahih, namumkin hai," and "Don apne doston ka haal puche na puche, apne dushmon ki khabar hamesha rakhta hai."

He walks with a swagger, whether in a Malaysian prison wearing an orange jump suit, or on the dance floor with Dutta. There is a rhythm in his body, as he sways his shoulders and his arms walking up in the Zara Dil Ko Thaam Lo song sequence.

And then how can one forget when Khan strikes the ultimate pose -- the camera captures him at an angle, as he slightly tilts his back, with his arms open sideways. It is King Khan's [ Images ] signature attempt to remind us that he is the master of the universe.  At least his fans believe that.

A lot of Akhtar's new film is full of such cool elements with sequences set in sumptuous foreign locations -- the French Riviera, the jungles of Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, Zurich and finally Berlin. Don 2 is beautifully shot, well lit and has a very clean look, whether on the streets of Berlin or inside the studio, thanks to Akhtar's terrific cinematographer Jason West.

But then, as with many good intentioned, and technically well crafted Bollywood films, Don 2, fails in the key test. Akhtar is definitely one of the smartest filmmakers in Bollywood, but this time he presents us a story, plot and script that is dull, almost boring. When we are not seeing Khan's swagger, or hearing the hip upbeat background score by Shankar Ehsaan Loy [ Images ], Don 2 starts to lose steam. 

Part of the problem is that despite its action segments, Don 2 is also a Bollywood film and so romance has to be a part of the plot. Towards the end of the film while bullets are flying everywhere, there is an unexpected, almost forced and laughable romantic moment between Khan and his co-star Priyanka Chopra [ Images ]. Everything pauses for the stars to look into each other eyes.

For an action film with the central plot setting us up for a robbery inside a major bank, the film's pacing is very slow.  Coupled with that, the script explains everything to us step-by-step. And if anyone was paying attention, following the convoluted plot where Don always manages to sweet charm the morons at Interpol, in the last five minutes Akhtar sums up the film with a quick recap, revealing many more details that were never shown to us before.  It is an old fashioned gimmick to make the audience say "Wow, we were fooled!"

For a suspense thriller, Don 2 has no edge-of-the-seat moments, despite a decent car chase sequence and a scene when Don jumps off a tall building in Berlin. One big problem is the timing of Don 2's release. Akhtar and his producing partner Ritesh Sidhwani (Khan and his wife Gauri are also listed as producers of the film) chose to release the film during Christmas weekend.  It is too bad that just a week before that, Tom Cruise [ Images ] released his mega-budget action film of the season Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol (MI4). It is may be wrong to compare the two films, but watching MI4, I had to remind myself to breath. As I sat through Don 2 -- a wannabe MI4, I was breathing too heavily, frustrated at the slow moving film.

Khan's charming presence aside, Don 2 is packed with uninspired performances by a large supporting cast. First in the line-up is Chopra as Roma, an Interpol officer located in Kuala Lumpur. She is attractive looking, with her big pouting lips, but most of the time Chopra acts like a school girl putting her hands on her forehead in exasperation saying "Damn it," or a character out of an Enid Blyton book, collecting clues to solve the Mystery of the Missing Don! 

Om Puri [ Images ], who once was one of the finest actors in India [ Images ], is such a caricature here. He looks tired as Vishal Malik, Chopra's boss at Interpol. Despite his very Leslie Nielsen appearance, he sounds positively silly, saying dialogues with his heavy throaty voice -- "It's over Don," or simply "It's Don" (as he answers a cell phone.)

Boman Irani [ Images ] tries hard to look menacing, and he does partially succeed. Kunal Kapoor [ Images ] appears in the second half of the film as a computer hacker, but he is so sweet and good natured, and has a lovely pregnant German girlfriend. We know that nothing bad will happen to Kapoor's Sameer. Don may be a negative character, but Khan is a Bollywood star. He has to have a heart of gold and he cannot do bad things to good people.

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well its ok..not every movie is loved by every1..even good/fabulous movies there were gonna be some ppl who wont like itLOL
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you2..u posted 2006 don review ?? ErmmLOL

 
 
 
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New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan's Don 2, the sequel to the 2006 remake of the Amitabh Bachchan classic, hits the screens on Friday. The lord of the Asian drug world is back to haunt the picturesque streets of Berlin in director Farhan Akhtar's ambitious action thriller.
IBNLive Movies Editor Rituparna Chatterjee, who watched the film on Thursday, tweets the experience.
Here's the tweet review of one of Shah Rukh Khan's most anticipated films of the year.
 
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10:16 PM: Farhan Akhtar's #Don2 hits the screens on Friday. The lord of the drug world, returns. Watch this space for a #TweetReview. Ready?
10:22 PM: Settling in for the ultimate chase. #Don2 picks up from where Don: The Chase Begins Again left off. #TweetReview
10:26 PM: The signature tune opens the narration. We are familiar with that one. @iamsrk says "I am the King!" Stunning backwaters. #TweetReview #Don2
10:29 PM: 5 mins into the film and the entry of @iamsrk! A gaunt Shah Rukh Khan, leaner, with unkempt long hair and stubble. #TweetReview #Don2
10:32 PM: Action starts immediately. Drug lords gather to take a vote on killing Don. Everyone agrees. But Don has other plans. #TweetReview #Don2
10:36 PM: The core team of @iamsrk @FarOutAkhtar and @ritesh_sid hope to recreate the Don magic this time around. The action so far is great. #Don2
10:41 PM: Intl stunt director Wolfgang Stegemann's work has truly paid off. Hand-to-hand combat as Don tries to escape drug lords is lethal. #Don2
10:43 PM: Back to Malaysia where Om Puri is retiring after 37 years and 186 cases. His big regret: not having caught Don. #Don2 #TweetReview
10:48 PM: Entry of Priyanka Chopra. Roma is about to get the shock of her life. But is she still in love with the Don? Find out on Friday #TweetReview
10:50 PM: "Make me an offer I can't refuse," says Don. He will get death penalty if he can't convince the cops to withdraw all charges. Plot thickens.
10:52 PM: He has ruled the Asian drug world for years and now Don is back for a bigger prize. Europe is his playing ground. #TweetReview #Don2
10:58 PM: The action is great, esp an exciting jailbreak. #Don2 promotions have been low key. The investment in action has paid off. #TweetReview
11:00 PM: Not gold, cash or secret documents. This time the eye is on Euro printing plates. #Don2 sets the pace for future heist movies. #TweetReview
11:05 PM: Boman Irani, devoid of the pretense of being the good cop, is in his elements. If you have seen Don (2006) you will realise how angry he is.
11:08 PM: Lara Dutta's item number, the only song of the film, heralds the rebirth of Don. He is back in Europe, planning an ambitious heist. #Don2
11:12 PM: Planning kicks off, but the pace of the film, gripping till now, slackens.Intrigue and an elaborate blackmailing plan. Entry of Kunal Kapoor
11:16 PM: The complex plot takes Don to Zurich & then to Berlin. All Shah Rukh Khan die-hard fans (are there any other kind?) will not be disappointed
11:18 PM: The suave Don of the 2006 remake was pure evil, this one has more heart. But is he getting repetitive? You will find out Friday #TweetReview
11:20 PM: In many ways this is @iamsrk's film. He has a quiry sense of humour. Even behind bars he never fails to flirt with @priyankachopra #Don2
11:23 PM: A surprise cameo by a superstar takes you off guard. He has a ball dance number but then he is a great dancer as we all know. #TweetReview
11:25 PM: Hacker Sameer Ali aka @kapoorkkunal joins SRK. He is a fan of Don. Aly Khan, Nawaab Shah, Sahil Shroff are new additions to the cast. #Don2
11:28 PM: Shankar Ehsaan Loy's music is underwhelming. The script falters at places. Om Puri and Junglee Billi Roma come across as stiff. #Don2
11:30 PM: The big moment is now! A car chase through a basement parking lot and Berlin streets. In 3D this is mindblowing. #Don2
11:33 PM: A very expensive pile up and Don gets away. "Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahi namumkin hai." Will Kunal overcome a twinge of conscience? #Don2
11:35 PM: The film has an international, Mission Impossible feel to it. Superb action. The combat sequences are the high points. #TweetReview #Don2
11:36 PM: But the omnipresence Don of 2006 has mellowed. He now needs a team to get him past a high security locker. Age catching up perhaps? #Don2
11:38 PM: Vardhan on the other hand is deadly. Painful to see Don get beaten up. Hope he has a backup plan to get him away from inside the vault.
11:41 PM: Hope Shah Rukh had fun shooting the 300 feet drop from the top of a building, it's vertigo inducing. #tweetreview #don2
11:43 PM: More than ever the scene is reminiscent of the MI series. Attraction between Priyanka and SRK is awkward. Chopra comes across as petulant.
11:45 PM: A hostage situation inside the bank. Explosives going off everywhere, will Roma & Don get out of this alive? But whose side is Vardhan on?
11:48 PM: There was so much scope for developing the characters. But priority given to action (which is good) perhaps takes away from other aspects.
11:50 PM: Lara Dutta in a short role tries her best to play the vamp. But she is limited by screen time given. A great underwater escape scene. #Don2
11:52 PM: SRK is believable as Don, but this time around he is more vulnerable to female charm. "Agar tumhe kuchh ho gaya toh?" worried Don asks Roma.
11:54 PM: The storyline is not new, but the surprising change of heart is. Impalusible perhaps? But who knows what goes on in the mind of Don? #Don2
11:57 PM: Shah Rukh is wicked, but this time he is also more humane. You decide on Friday if you like the ending. #Don2 #TweetReview
12:00 AM: This film desperately needs humour. Taut at times and slackening in the second half, #Don2 is a constantly accelerating ride. #TweetReview
12:02 AM: Climax builds up with emotional sparring in between Roma and Don. He wants to walk out a free man. And she can't decide whether to trust him
12:03 AM: A very surprising twist. Watch out for this one on Friday. Decides the film. #TweetReview #Don2
12:05 AM: This is one wild world tour with crazy stunts, knee-jerk car chases, plunging from building and final unveiling of what Don is in real sense
12:06 AM: In the end Farhan Akhtar has delivered an engaging film, if you don't mind it dragging endlessly at some parts. #TweetReview #Don2
12:08 AM: Priyanka Chopra is not convincing as Roma and Boman is more menacing than @iamsrk. It's a mixed bag this time. Looks ripe for a sequel again
12:11 AM: The @iamsrk fans will love him in this one. That much is for sure. #TweetReview #Don2


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Raja Sen: Don 2, both plastic and explosive

December 23, 2011 10:48 IST
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A scene from Don 2Don 2 is a very impressively produced film but is letdown by over-the-top acting, writes Raja Sen.

We've come a long way, baby. The first time we met Ethan Hunt in 1996's Mission Impossible, our local movie theatres were playing an Akshay Kumar [ Images ] actioner in which he mud-wrestled with Rekha [ Images ] and fought an Undertaker knock-off. Fifteen years on, Tom Cruise [ Images ] comes to India [ Images ] to promote Hunt's latest adventure, seven days after which we find Shah Rukh Khan [ Images ] hanging upside down in a chamber with a pressure-controlled floor -- just like Hunt did in that first Brian De Palma film. And here's the cool thing: Farhan Akhtar [ Images ] makes it just as slick.


Don 2, Akhtar's latest, is a glossy, unashamed action offering polished within an inch of itself, visually coming together seamlessly and effectively. The floors shine enough to reflect stampeding boots (which also shine), explosives obey their detonators, guns click into place with satisfyingly precise and appropriately amplified CLICKS, cars chase each other with murderous grace, and the bad guy -- when not wearing a pretty face -- is clad in white and reluctant to kneel because of the potential punishment to his trousers.

So yes, a very impressively produced film indeed. Akhtar's hero has never looked better -- as evidenced by the lovely girl in the seat next to mine gasping louder and louder -- and, unencumbered by the lack of a classic film to be compared against, both director and actor are visibly liberated, having a blast making this film about a slimy (but shiny) antagonist who wants nothing to do with redemption. And this is vital, for in a film where it's clear that the stakes of the story are lower than the costs of its production, what hooks the audience is the opportunity to see an assured director and a superstar genuinely enjoying themselves -- like Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney [ Images ] in the Ocean's Eleven series, for example. (By the by, that also happens to be the only other example I can come up with for a remade classic that spawned its own independent franchise.)

Imagine, however, Ocean's Three. Where Clooney was given not just his own lines, but all of Brad's and Matt's and Elliot Gould's, leaving supporting actors to stand and stare while he did his own thing. I'd have to admit that still sounds charming on paper, and this version of it could have been, if only Shah Rukh Khan hadn't also decided to boast about the fact that he has the best lines. There is a degree of over-the-top acting suited to a role and genre like this, but Khan slaughters his lines (and Akhtar's given him some fine, fun ones) by deliberating over each of them and delivering them fatally overbaked, pausing long enough mid-punchline to sneer and smirk, and then waiting after the line to allow us a moment to laugh or whistle. That self-sure smugness asphyxiates the dialogue and robs it and Don, the character, of his coolth. Leaving us with a good-looking caricature of an actor, one that needs now to be reined in.

Yet even this hammy hubris isn't the film's fatal flaw. It's evident in the very first few minutes that Khan is going to chew scenery like a particularly ravenous goat, but he does it with flair and it's hard not to be seduced by the perfectly manicured film Akhtar builds around his star. It is as the film goes on that it becomes painfully clear that while the film gives us a memorable villain, there is nothing that stands in his way. It's the genre of the cat-and-mouse chase, and while we always watch despite Jerry invariably beating Tom, here there is no feline worthy of usurping Don's cream -- leaving us with a King Rat, never imperiled, never really challenged, more than free to proclaim himself lord of the cheese.

Which means the film soon flattens out into inevitable boredom, the climax dragging on and on (and making me long for a secret scarlet diary). Boman Irani [ Images ] has perhaps two good scenes in the film; Priyanka Chopra's [ Images ] screen-eclipsingly large lips do more than she does (possibly because her character is such a wishy-washy bore, straddled with bad lines and an incompetent assistant); Lara Dutta [ Images ] reminds us that she has a nice smile and can speak in English without making us wince, unlike most of our girls; A man in a scenestealing cameo makes us wish he could speak in Khan's voice; Kunal Kapoor [ Images ] predictably has trouble keeping a straight face; and Om Puri [ Images ] better have gotten paid well. But none of them matter, for this is one man's film, and he -- like the film itself -- looks really good, but ends up being a drag.

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Review: 'Don 2' mirrors the changing trends in Hindi cinema

 

Director:Farhan Akhtar
 
Cast:Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Boman Irani, Om Puri, Florian Lukas
 
 
Remaking the Amitabh Bachchan classic 'Don' was a risk in itself. Not only because it is one of Bachchan's most iconic characters, but also because films like 'Sholay', 'Don', 'Amar Akbar Anthony', 'Deewar', 'Trishul', 'Muqaddar Ka Sikander' (and many, many more) redefined the cinema of 1970s and 1980s. Farhan Akhtar accepted the challenge and attempted a successful remake of 'Don' with Shah Rukh Khan. Paanch saal baad, Farhan and his team of writers decide to carry the concept frontward with 'Don 2'. Sequels shouldn't be attempted if there is no enthralling story to narrate. This time, Farhan chooses an entirely new concept, garnishes it with classic action, stunning visuals, giving it an international look and feel' the intention is to make the second part superior and enhanced than the first. Also, the fascination for thrillers such as 'M:I', 'Bourne' and 'Bond' series is pretty evident. While one was abundantly aware of what the first part had to offer (since it was a remake), one is completely oblivious about what the sequel has in store. And it is this facet of the film that kindles colossal interest. You cannot tell what Don's next move would be. As the reels unfold, you realize that he's cold blooded. You can't mess with him. He's dangerous to deal with. He has an agenda. Ditto for Roma (Priyanka Chopra), who shares a tumultuous relationship with Don. It's a cat and mouse chase. When viewed in isolation, 'Don 2' looks like the right package to woo the movie-going junta -- SRK in top form, a stylishly crafted story, pulsating and invigorating action and stunts. But it's not without its share of hiccups. In fact, the first hour and the post-interval portions of the film are akin to the two sides of the same coin. The first hour is bland, the second is energetic. The first hour is deficient in thrills, the second keeps you on the edge. The first hour disentangles at a languid pace, the second is feverish with several adrenaline rush moments. 'Don 2' begins in Thailand and moves to Malaysia. Don (SRK) surrenders himself to the cops (Om Puri, Priyanka Chopra) and is sent to a Malaysian prison. There, he meets his old foe Vardhan (Boman Irani). Don hatches a conspiracy to escape with Vardhan and they succeed as well. They reach Zurich, then Berlin. The motive is to rob the currency plates. It's an unfeasible task, but Don takes the help of a hacker (Kunal Kapoor) to accomplish his plans. With 'Don2', Farhan Akhtar reasserts himself as one of Hindi cinema's stylish storytellers. It wouldn't be erroneous to state that 'Don 2' redefines slick in Bollywood. But the film could've done with a tighter script. Besides, the writing is urban-centric and those with an appetite for international thrillers may take to the film instantly, especially the twists and turns in the second hour. Again, the conclusion to the story could've been simplified for the average viewer to decipher. Yet, all said and done, 'Don 2' mirrors the changing trends in Hindi cinema. Those with the conventional attitude or tilting towards the conservative form of cinema may find it difficult to absorb. Don is also acknowledged for its vibrant and eminent dialogue. One can conjure up the lines from the original Bachchan starrer and in 'Don 2', the lines are in sync with the various guises and situations of the Don. The dialogues are masterly and the flamboyance with which SRK delivers the lines is what makes it exceptional. The lines are cooler, hip, zany, witty and at the same time, easy on the lips. They're sure to become the new catchphrases in times to come, like the one you recall even today: 'Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahin, na-mumkin hain'. Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, the trusted and prominent names in Excel's movies, dishearten this time around. In fact, the music is the sole sore point of the film. Sure, it has vigor and spice, but the wow factor is amiss. The film deserved a much, much superior score to match up to the standards set by Farhan Akhtar. Jason West's cinematography is dazzling. Filmed in Germany, Switzerland, Malaysia and Thailand, the film is visually enchanting. The action and stunts are spectacular. 'Don 2' marks SRK's return to anti-hero roles after enacting such roles with flourish so early in his career. Recall 'Baazigar', 'Darr' and 'Anjaam'. He plays a wicked, debonair anti-hero in 'Don 2'. The character he portrays is iniquitous and sinful, but attractive at the same time and SRK lives it up with gusto. Besides, SRK has also experimented with varied looks in the film, from a debonair looking guy to a person with unkempt hair and stubble. Without doubt, 'Don 2' is SRK's best action movie to date. Priyanka revisits her character of Roma in 'Don 2'. Not only is the character more evolved, even her performance is of a high order. In fact, she enacts the role of an angry, tough lady who means business with a vengeance. Lara Dutta looks glamorous and alluring, but her character lacks meat. Kunal Kapoor is decent, though he doesn't really get the scenes to prove his credentials. An actor of the caliber of Om Puri is wasted this time. Boman Irani lends the right texture to his character. He excels yet again. Nawab Shah should hit big league with 'Don 2'. He plays one of the baddies with conviction. Alyy Khan is natural, enacting his part with ease. Sahil Shroff has screen presence and stands out in a brief role. Hrithik Roshan appears in a cameo.

On the whole, 'Don 2' rides on star power and brand value. The film has a bland first hour, but the second half takes the film to another level. There's no denying that a cohesive script would've made a world of a difference to the film, but the tremendous hype, star power and the lucrative period (Christmas and New Year celebrations) will make its investors reap a harvest. 

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wht changing trend.. ppl cnt get over songs in movies.. even if an action movie does not hav a good song its a set bk !!!ROFL
 
 
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