Friday, May 29, 2009

Review of New York.

Review of New York.

New York is the upcoming film which is going to be released in June 2009. 2009 had not started with great number of hit films and for those reasons the viewers are anxious to see a hit film very soon.

New York is directed by Kabir Khan and produced by Aditya Chopra. John Abraham, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Katrina Kaif and Irfan Khan are the major contributors in the film. It tells the story of three friends Katrina Kaif, Neil Mukesh and John Abraham who face untoward events and their lives are changed with those events.

Shooting for a film was done in Philadelphia and New York. FBI Helicopters and SWAT teams were used in such shooting. In January, 2009, John Abraham, Katrina Kaif and Kabir Khan were called by the crew members to attend a birthday party.

Crew members who came in one car did get entry to the night club. The others who shared the other car including Katrina Kaif, Kabir Khan, Neil Nitin Mukesh and John Abraham were denied access.

The security personnel did not recognize John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Kabir Khan and demanded their identification. Neither the other crew members nor they themselves were able to satisfy the security officers about their identity. They mentioned that they were actors and actresses from India but such deliberation was not accepted.

By the time all the above-mentioned stars returned back with their identification the entire program ended. It was in the nature of a party and the party was over. The film had a unique subject and there is every possibility of success once it is released.

In the film the changes brought about by 9/11 attacks were also touched by the director. Katrina Kaif had turned everything into gold and the viewers want to keep their fingers crossed to have another successful film.

Yash Raj Banner had a very rough time last year. Katrina Kaif’s master luck and John Abraham’s muscular body can turn his luck with this film.

The brilliant locations will also add colour to the romantic presentation of the film.

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