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Kaal (29-Apr-2005)

Director: Soham Shah

Writers: Karan Johar; Soham Shah

Keywords: Bollywood

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Abraham
Actor
17-Dec-1972   Dhoom
Ajay Devgan
Actor
2-Apr-1967   Khakee
Lara Dutta
Actor
16-Apr-1978   Miss Universe 2000
Shahrukh Khan
Actor
2-Nov-1965   Hindi megastar
Vivek Oberoi
Actor
3-Sep-1976   Kisna: The Warrior Poet

REVIEWS

Review by Jacquelyn Bipasha (posted on 21-Jun-2007)

A supernatural thriller set against the backdrop of a jungle. Its definetely a feast for the eyes - not by the jungle scenery but because of the starts of the movie. 10 minutes into the movie, and you see a shirtless and very rugged John Abraham running to catch hold of a large python slittering away. Esha Deol who play's John's wife is looking better. Her solid rock abs can rival John's. Vivek Oberoi and Lara Dutta play the other couple who cross paths in the jungle with John and Esha. Slowly, their friends get killed of. What seems to be a man - eating tiger problem soon reveals itself to a more sinister plot at hand. Ajay Devgan, is fantastic, playing a distant and sometimes cold guide to the foursome. And if the movie gives you the chills, well soon get ready for some heat, with the sizzling "Tauba Tauba" song performance. Its enthralling beats holds you to the screen till the next twist in the movie surfaces. But however, there are a couple of slips in the script. But no matter, its a movie worth watching.


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