Review – ‘Fitoor’ – thing happening without logic lack of direction

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Star Cast:

Aditya Roy Kapur as Noor, Katrina Kaif as Firduas, Tabu as elder Begum Hazrat, Aditi Rao Hydari as young Begum Hazrat, Rahul Bhat as Bilal, Akshay Oberoi as Mufti, Delbar Arya as Shaukat, Lara Dutta, Ajay Devgan, Tunisha, Sharma as young Firdaus, Suchitra Pillai, Andy Von Eich, Govind Namdev

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Story:

Scene started with a beautiful belly of  Kashmir, a small child Noor surrounding in Jungle where a terrorist (Ajay Devgan) caught him and after some discussion. post that Noor (Aditya Roy Kapoor) went to his home and bring some food for the terrorist. After few minutes we met with Firdaus (Kaitrina Kaif) who took him in his home and Noor started started working in his home.  They started loving each other then story for changed she went to London and came back to Delhi till the time she got young and Noor become a painter.

Now love story become more intense and  Noor leaves his hometown to move to Delhi to build his career. He strives to be accepted into the sophisticated social circles that Firdaus is a part of, while the Begum plots retribution on their young and innocent love.

Over all if we talk about the story line this was not upto mark as its not accepted from the director Abhishek Kapoor. There are lots of scene where you find that there is no logic behind it and this will make you so bore in the theater.

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Acting :

Aditya Roy Kapoor and Kaitrina Kaif justified the character however Tabboo’s role or acting was not upto the mark. I think this is the reason that’s why Rekha leave this role and denied for the movie.

Music: There are 6 songs in the movie, however none of them leave a mark in your mind accept ‘Range De’.

1
Yeh Fitoor Mera
4:43
2
Pashmina
4:43
3
Haminastu
4:20
4
Hone Do Batiyan
4:30
5
Tere Liye
4:31
6
Ranga Re (Hindi)
4:49

Over All Rating : Only one star as there many scenes where you find thing happening without logic lack of direction. No Story, No Acting no entertainment. watch this movie at your own risk.

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