Movie review--Azaan ( written by myself )

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Movie review--Azaan ( written by myself )

Post by ashdoc on Sun Oct 16, 2011 12:21 am

AZAAAAAAN.....at least to a politically incorrect person like me this muslim call for prayer to the devout sounds like a terrible call for jehad that reverberates across the ages......

Images of gun-toting men attacking my hometown Mumbai or planting bombs elsewhere and masked terrorists creating mayhem in kashmir or chechenya flash through my mind......

Thats what I went to the movie for--to see the heady cocktail of islam , Kalashnikovs , violence and terrorism.....

But lo.....Azaan Khan is actually the name of a RAW agent , a MUSALMAN DESHBHAKT..... cheers cheers

And what is the task set before this musalman deshbhakt ??

It is to save the country from biological warfare--a deadly strain of the ebola virus that China has spread across the country to kill people in millions.....

And to do that he has to go get a girl in Morrocco whose blood has been inoculated by Dr Maifooz ( another musalman deshbhakt cheers ) against the virus before he was killed by the anti-national forces . Replicating her antibodies in laboratories will give India the cure to the Ebola infection .

But to get to her and save his country Mr Azaan Khan will have to fight against the agents of those who want to destroy India--dangerous mean people who have high tech weapons , and whom Azaan has to counter with brains and brawn.....

.....And counter them he does.....

In the bhojpuri accented english of his RAW handler (actor Ravi Kissan )--He faaught like a lian against aaal aaads lol!

But while countering them he has to fight against turncoats from his own RAW agency who are working for the enemy , and against his own younger brother Aman Khan the musalman deshdrohi.....

But one word about this maha musalman deshbhakt......why was such a wooden , expressionless actor chosen for this lead role ?? For he is an actor who is not able to show any emotion even when his mehbooba ( some firangi actress ) dies in his arms , ending a brief and tragic romance.....
What hold does he have in the film industry that he was chosen inspite of his obvious incapacity to act ??

The fight sequences are the only somewhat interesting part of the film , but even they are mitigated by the hero's ( Sachin Joshi ) expressionless acting......

In the end the hero saves the country at the cost of his life.....and I really wish he's dead so that I dont have to see him in more films in the future.... Twisted Evil

As far as YOU are concerned......you dont have to see him in this film too....

......For I am not recommending it to you.....

Verdict--not good.....

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