Crook Movie Awaiting ReleaseBy Arnab Ghosh, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
MUMBAI, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com)-Actor Emraan Hashmi the so called serial kisser of Bollywood is ready with his next movie named ‘Crook: It’s Good To Be Bad’. However, this movie is going to be a tad different from the films he is usually seen in. The upcoming film deals with the sensitive issue of racism. It has been directed by Mohit Suri who has given hits like Kalyug. As is the case with the actor in this film also he has been paired opposite a fresh face, newcomer Neha Sharma. He also shares screen space with actor Arjan Bajwa who acted in the critically acclaimed ‘Fashion’ a few years back. The music of the film is also becoming popular.
The director of the movie ‘Crook: It’s Good To Be Bad’ went to Australia and there he came to know about how racist attacks were taking place on Indian students. They were being targeted and beaten up because of their skin tone, which was pathetic and shameful. He decided to make a film on this topic so that people get to know how barbaric practices can prevail in a developed nation in the 21st century. The movie will hit the theaters on October 8 this year as it has been reported.
Mahesh Bhatt is the producer of the film ‘Crook: It’s Good To Be Bad’. Emraan Hashmi is the protagonist and this is a challenging role for him. The producer director duo is known for making entertaining films on serious subjects and the promos of the film has been liked immensely by the fans of the actor.