06 Jun, 2014 | 1 hrs 58 mins
This is the story of a young ambitious assistant director who wants to make it big as an actor in Bollywood, but is unfortunately captured by Islamic terrorists and taken to Pakistan. Though he befriends the locals, his life still hangs in balance.
One Line Review: Yet another Indo-Pak peace trash from politically correct Bollywood, set in the backdrop of a common passion for filmmaking on both the sides.
Positive Points: Certain comic scenes here and there; Innamulhaq's raw and impressive performance.
Negative Point: The same old plot of Indo-Pak peace; unrealistic sequences in the film; mediocre performance by the protagonist.
Plot: Sunny Arora (Sharib Hashmi) is an assistant director, whose ambition is to become a popular film star in the industry. One day, when he is traveling in the remote areas of Rajasthan with American media crew, he is abducted by Islamic terrorists and then sent to Pakistan across the border.
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