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Mumbai Xpress

Mumbai Xpress

Producers: Chandra Haasan, Kamal Haasan Director: Singeetham Srinivasa Rao Music: Ilayaraja Cast: Kamal Haasan, Manisha Koirala, Master Hardik, Om Puri, Saurabh Shukla, Pratima Kazmi, Sharat Saxena and Vijay Raaz



Avinash (Kamal Hassan) is a motorcycle stunt man with the nickname 'Mumbai Express'. He does a grand job and makes good money too. However he's not able to generate enough money to help his ailing brother-in-law in hospital. His sister (Pratima Kazmi) wants Avinash to make money. fast! She tells him about a gangster called Digamber (Vijay Raaz) who is looking for someone to help him kidnap a rich man son. Unfortunately, the plan goes haywire when they kidnap not the millionaire's son, but the son of an A.C.P. [Om Puri] and his mistress Ahilya [Manisha Koirala]. When Digamber realises that this is a cop's kid, he wants to kill the kid. Luckily the good natured Avinash decides to save the innocent boy. However that's not the end of the problems, because there's plenty of confusion and mayhem in store, ending in a great comic chase that leaves the audience in stitches! Mumbai Xpress is a highly entretaining film and definitely a notch above the ordinary for sure. Mumbai Xpress relies heavily on wit and humour to make the proceedings come alive and the film has plenty of funny situations. The other area the film scores in is its apt casting. With fabulous performers on board, the outcome is one enjoyable flick. The sole problem with Mumbai Xpress is that the narrative has been stretched unnecessarily, making the viewer restless at times. Also, technically speaking, since the film has been shot on the D.V. format, the outcome is grainy, dark and dull. Dialogues [Saurabh Shukla] are fantastic. Cinematography [Siddharth] is adequate. Stunts [Vikram Dharma] are effective. Performance wise the film belongs to Kamal Hassan completely. As the lead man, the actor is in complete form this time around, handling the comic situations with effortless ease. Om Puri is superb in a role that seems tailormade for him. Vijay Raaz proves yet again that he's amongst the best talents India has produced of late. Saurabh Shukla is first-rate yet again. Manisha Koirala is likeable. Pratima Kazmi is brilliant again. Rest of the cast lend able support. Overall, a wonderful film worth a watch.



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