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Review: Main hoon na E-mail
During the IIFA weekend, several Bollywood Blockbusters are shown. One of the films that will be rotated during the IIFA film festival is Main Hoon Na. In a preview of the film.
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Over the years, there are a number of films showing the tensions or the friendship between India and Pakistan. 'Main hoon na' is also one of them, but with some humor. A combination of Indian and Western elements. A piece of text from the movie 'Kaalia', a scene from the film 'Naseeb', battle scenes from the 'Matrix', here and there the tune of 'Mission Impossible'. The scenes at the school from the movie 'cough cough Hota Hai'. The story itself is loosely based on Hollywood "Back to school.

India leaves as a token of good will a number of Pakistani prisoners, Project Milaap said. General Bakshi (Kabir Bedi) which is the guidance, in an interview on television to explain all this. For his safety, the Head of Security Shekar Sharma (Naseeruddin Shah) is responsible. And then the opponent of this friendship, the terrorist Raghavan, well acted by Sunil Shetty. It is wrong and Sharma gets seriously injured. Before his death he asked his son, Major Ram (Shah Rukh Khan) to fulfill his last wish, namely his wife and son back to.

Through this project, and to continue the life of General Bakshi's daughter, Sanjana (Amrita Rao) in danger. It is at school in Darjeeling. Chance to live the stepmother and brother of Ram in Darjeeling. Ram gets the contract to protect Sanjana and goes back to school as the older student Ram silly, dressed in 'Mohabbatein style. Here begins the film really starting to pick up. This school met Ram, Lucky (Zayed Khan). A boy who time and again sit in the same class and the popular boy with his English uithangt sputter. Ram is soon discovered that Lucky, his step-brother is. After a dramatic rescue, Ram win the confidence of Lucky, and also that of his mother. Not long after he draws them.

Raghavan is now not sit on its hands. He gijzelt teachers and students so as to exert pressure Project Milaap stop. Ram is in action for this kidnapping to an end. Meanwhile, the prisoners released and Pakistan has been showing the same gesture. It is not strange that an ex-military opposition to the friendship between India and Pakistan. But terrorists are Raghavan really not that easy to find.

The bijrollen for the teachers at the school. The muddled school principal (Boman Irani), the annoying Hindi teacher, Mrs. Kakkad (Bindu), the teacher spugende (Satish Shah) and the great chemistry teacher Chandini (Sushmeta Sen). The roles are well put together.

The film is inspired by other films is now clear. The scene of Lucky and Sanjana for example. He sees her not, but immediately fall in love as they are dressed in sarees and salwars. This scene we saw in 'cough cough Hota Hai'.

The music by Anu Malik has been a good choice. The camera can work as excellent. Amrita had a small role in the movie 'masti', in this film gets the chance to see more of her acting skills to show. Zayed Khan in his role as a tough and popular boy seems to me rather irritating than cool about it. In general, it is acting in the movie good to very good. It is a nice Bollywood comedy with many scenes from other films gathered together in one movie and then stopped, what was successful. 'Main hoon na' is also regiedebuut of Farah Khan and was a success.

Tickets for this film to book: http://www.tuschinski.nl. The film will run during the IIFA weekend in Saturday, June 11 at 12.45.

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