Since Dom and Brians Rio heist toppled a kingpins empire and left their crew with $100 million, our heroes have scattered across the globe. But their inability to return home and living forever on the lam have left their lives incomplete.
Since Dom and Brians Rio heist toppled a kingpins empire and left their crew with $100 million, our heroes have scattered across the globe. But their inability to return home and living forever on the lam have left their lives incomplete. less
“Fast & Furious 6 may not top the fifth film but it's an entertaining thrill ride for the fans of the series with enjoyable action sequences. Go for it.”
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So let me make it clear right in the beginning that before Fast And Furious 6 I had not watched any of the movies in the Fast and Furious film series. And in spite of watching Race and other such movies of this genre, when you talk of cars being wrecked in the cause of celluloid—what will always stay with me is Feroze Khan and that Mercedes in Qurbani and a young, brooding Jackie Shroff haath zara Hindustani padna on a videshi gaadi .
So this afternoon I watched Fast And Furious 6, kind of like you heard of this angry, young man, and go watch Toofan.
Fast And Furious 6 makes for quite a desi venture; same Hamara Parivar Is Our Sansar. Fight sequences in full public and none of the bystanders lend a helpful hand, patni and souten face-offs ending with “But He Is Your Piyaar” , you think it will all end but then the wife/girlfriend gets kidnapped, and it all ends over a family meal thanking Angrezon Ka Bhagwan. So yes other than some confusing bits—significant scenes in the streets of London and nary a Shahrukh Khan serenading you with a guitar, so many hefty taklus and none of them are Bob Christo (God bless his soul) it is all familiar desi fare with twists right out of a Abbas-Mustaan script.
I must warn you though that a character will have lost her memory, will be knocked on her head a dozen times and will still not recognize her family. But that is because White People don’t have a “family song” growing up. She might not recognize her friends but she will remember her Friends, channelling Joey’s Smell the Fart School of acting, her face in a grimace to simulate amnesia.
The plus: I got to watch the delicious Sung Kang—and that in my case makes it worth the ticket price.