Set in Kashmir, the film is a story about an army man, played by Sanjay Dutt, and his love interest, played by Bipasha Basu, in the midst of the various issues that Kashmir had faced for years.
The Military Intelligence gets a whiff of a plot that is likely to disrupt and possibly paralyze Kashmir. Sanjay Dutt is sent to investigate this highly confidential mission using the identity of Gul Jehangir. The same day that he lands in the valley, Haji a top separatist leader, survives a blast. Will the mission get accomplished?
Tere Bin Laden : Corny Fun
Cast: Ali Zafar, Piyush Mishra, Sugandha Garg, Rahul Singh, Pradhuman Singh, Barry John Direction: Abhishek Sharma
There are some 'small' but different films with interesting titles, concepts, bunch of actors etc. which instantly catches your attention from the day their promotion starts and you know it - 'I wanna watch this one, for sure!' at your nearest multiplex.
This week's release Tere Bin Laden - a satirical comedy definitely falls amongst that category of movies.
Tere Bin Laden
The movie maybe a shade amateur and have loads of rough edges especially if you compare it to a regular Bollywood comedy.
An intelligent script with just the right comic punches, 'Tere Bin Laden' serves the purpose of satire that the filmmaker has tried to pull on America in their fight against terrorism.
Udaan : Coming of Age Film
Cast: Rajat Barmecha, Ronit Roy, Ram Kapoor, Manjot Singh Direction : Vikramaditya Motwane
Rohan is just another 'average' kid, rebellious and dreamer. After being expelled from boarding school, he has to live with his authoritarian, oppressive father in the steel town of Jamshedpur.
'Udaan' will not only resonate with those who had a troubled childhood, but with anyone who has faced oppression, or ever nurtured dreams. The film is an analogy of life and of a nation's social ethos.