Amitabh, Sanjay dutt, Sunil Shetty, Lucky Ali, Kumar
Gaurav, Mahesh Manjrekar, Malaika Arora
Director: Sanjay Gupta
Music: Raj Anand Raj
How many movies make you feel that you didn't miss anything
if entered a bit late into the theater? Well, this is
one. Kaante could beckon a new year with fresh ideas
finally showing up in Bollywood. The movie could be
a remake of Reservoir Dogs by Quentin Tarantino, but
it is undoubtedly different. What makes this movie different
from Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs?
Indian men find themselves at the receiving end of phenomenon
that applies to the police force no matter where in
the world. LA cops are no different. These six meet
up in a cell. Major (Amitabh), Ajju (Sanjay Dutt), Marc
Isaak (Suniel Shetty), Andy (Kumar Gaurav), Baali (Mahesh
Manjrekar) and Mak (Lucky Ali). The six decides to pull
off a gigantic heist where they can make pots of money,
which they think they can use to restart a fresh life.
identify the target - Service bank where policemen are
part of customers. They plan and carry out their gig.
Six men with one common characteristic realize that
one of them is an informant to the police. And to find
him out you've got to watch Kaante.
are sparser than normal Hindi films. Cinematography,
Visual effects have bragging moments. Choreography has
it best moments. Each of the six characters has done
well. Each role was well written and the stars had performed
within the parameters.
is worth watch able and Bollywood's hope. Lets cling
to the thought that every other big budgeted or big
starrer rolls out to be the hope of our Hindi Cinema.