‘Crook’ Reviews Are Out NowBy Arnab Ghosh, Gaea News Network
Friday, October 8, 2010
MUMBAI, INDIA (GaeaTimes.com)- The fans of Emraan Hashmi the so called serial kisser of Bollywood can rejoice now. The actor known for doing smooch scenes in almost all his movies is back on the silver screen after a small hiatus. The film ‘Crook‘ is based on a sensational issue but Director Mohit Suri has also enthused liberal doses of typical Bollywood elements and clich elements in the plot that stops the film from becoming a memorable flick. In short the plot of the movie deals with indo Aussie gang war and Emraan Hashmi plays the protagonist who has shades of gray in him.
Most of the movie Crook has been shot In Melbourne and the cinematography is nice to say the least. Many viewers can think that the character played by Emraan Hashmi is very similar to what he essayed in Jannat, another movie also directed by Mohit Suri. In ‘Crook’ it is quite evident that the protagonist does not care about moral value much and his behavior actually reflects the catchline of the film- It is good to be bad. The movie also launches newcomer actress Neha Sharma. The director tries to probe into the core of the so called racial attacks on Indians in this film and to be honest he shows the tales of both sides.
‘Crook‘ is going to get a good opening though it will face stiff competition from the Rajnikanth hit ‘Robot’ and ‘Anjaana Anjaani’. Both the films are doing well at the box office. Hence it is hard to say whether this Emraan Hashmi starrer will hit the bull’s eye or not!