Crook Film

October 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Crook Film, Mohit Suri is a capable director, who occasionally stands as Emraan Hashmi Kalyug and has become an effective actor, the rebel without a cause and pause. The Bhatts usually make films that are fresh from the headlines and capture the essence of youth culture, whether the mentality of getting money quickly in Jannat or the longing for love in Kalyug.

So I guess that Crook, who is young people in Australia attacks happened recently Whre career would be in his prime. Unfortunately for us they are not. The film is a disaster. There Emraan Hashmi, son of a man who was brutally murdered by taking a position during the 1992-1993 explosions in Mumbai, is going to Australia to make a new life for himself.

Of course, since it is a Bhatt movie, has to be a moral dilemma. This is when Emraan – which believes it is good to be evil (a phrase that is heard so often in the film that put the teeth on edge) – is going to take a position on racism against Indians.

A country of ex-offenders. A country where they sleep with each other without being married. A country that does not care for their families. If that is the type of poison that Australians threw Crook by Arjan Bajwa (playing a character called Samarth), the brother of lady love of Emraan, Suhani (newcomer Neha Sharma, who tries very hard to look like Angelina Jolie).

And then complain that they were not allowed to film in Australia! Anyway, the movie tries to pack in all the sensational aspects of racism that is possible. There is a white woman pole dances and sleeps with Emraan with equal fervor. Naturally, she’s blonde and has big you know what it is. There’s a man in Australia, his brother, Russell, which revolves around beating the Indians and intimidation. There is no other word for it. It’s terrible. More than that, is misdirected and does not even have one redeeming feature of all the movies Bhatt – good music. It may be good to be bad, but it is terrible to see the movie.

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