Cast: Ajay Devgan, Vivek Oberoi, John Abraham, Esha Deol, Lara Dutta
the film, Vivek Oberoi keeps saying, 'Cut the crap, guys' and 'Dil
karta hai, khoon kar doon'. After watching this film myself I felt like
repeating this dialogue and warn my readers that this is what the film
deserves. Now why did I ever pick up this movie to watch. Well for one,
I was tempted by seeing the star studded cast and the breathtaking
background of the film. But sadly that is all there is to this film.
opening scene is sexy to say the least. John Abraham (Krish) curling
round bare-chested with a python in the jungle. Tagging along is his
wife Esha Deol (Priya) who is supposedly a photographer but I never
figured out in the entire film what she was doing with a camera. As a
national geographic expert he has been summoned to Obit Park to investigate the strange killings of tigers.
where in the midst of all this are a group of four friends out to
explore and picnic. Dev (Oberoi) and superstitious girlfriend Ishika
(Dutta), with two friends (Vishal Malhotra and Kushal Punjabi) run over
and kill a black cat, before bumping into Krish and Riya.
though this star cast was not enough for us to drool over, enter Ajay
Devgan, the local guide who seems to have a way with tigers and who
offers to be their guide. Slowly, people in the group begin to die
mysterious deaths, with fingers pointing to poaching, tiger killings or
something supernatural or what not.
film slowly and steadily becomes chaotic and spooky with disturbing
happenings. Fast Forward quickly because there is really nothing more
to watch from here.
Karan Johan and Shah Rukh Khan disappoint. Not recommended by this reviewer for its lack of shock value and sound judgment.