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Mental torture
Jul 06, 2004 03:26 PM 2313 Views
(Updated Jul 06, 2004 03:26 PM)

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After success of lakshya this would have been an ideal time for filmakers to release their war films which was certaintly achieved by gaurang desai who released his film Deewar. Although it managed decent collections all over the film itself is a mental torture on people who went to see it. Deewar directed by milan luthria (kaache dhage) had no proper story line and same brand of amitabhs angry old man acting which has started to appear stale now.


Story is as follows it basically revolves around 33 pows trying to escape from pakistani prisons for last 30 years. It also involves subplots of son infilerating into pakistan looking for his father and a pakistani spy among the prisoners. Costumes are poor and some of the scenes are unbelivable.


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Amitabh Bachchan-he has played the character very well however his same brand of acting has started to appear boring


Akshay khanna-he is good in patches as ab son however in some scences it appears as if he is roaming in garden rather than pakistan


Amrita rao-a miniscule role


Kay kay-average as a jailor


Sanjay dutt-he undoutedly has established his comedy credentials with this film


Rest of cast has very little to do and good actors like raghuvir yadav, rajat kaapor, aditya shrivastav have been wasted in smal roles.


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