St. Marks, another school full of bright teenagers having aspirations and looking to make a mark on the world. But this teen-age isn't just about school. It's also about love and the craze of one's first-ever crushes. It is the period where everyone is growing up and moving on to the next level. In this competitive, confusing...more
St. Marks, another school full of bright teenagers having aspirations and looking to make a mark on the world. But this teen-age isn't just about school. It's also about love and the craze of one's first-ever crushes. It is the period where everyone is growing up and moving on to the next level. In this competitive, confusing and sometimes cruel world, we have four characters whose destinies seem to take them on different paths. Somehow, though, they all come together at St. Marks. less
“With an indefinite script, average performances and run of the mill direction, Always Kabhi Kabhi fails to keep the audiences involved. Watch this SRK production only if you can digest whatever he offers you.”
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Every week there is some or the other teen-age movie releasing nowadays and Always Kabhi Kabhi is no exception. SRK production with Roshan Abbas direction did not create much of a magic as with movie like Shaitan and 3 idiots based on same lines created new bench-marks. There is nothing exceptional about the movie, dialogues or music. Though, this youthful theme is highly appealing to the masses nowadays but Kabhi Kabhi film-makers forget that their movie should carry some element, which drags the viewers to the theatres and this flick misses it all.
Debutant Director Roshan Abbas tried his hands on the most acceptable theme of today but has been unsuccessful in keeping the viewers engaged. First half is still bearable but after half-time it gets boring and unbearable. Movie shows that how youth of today is stuck on mobiles, messaging, facebook and use SMS lingo in their everyday life. The message which the makers tried to send across was underdeveloped and even many of the actors had no scope to perform. The climax of the movie ruins the entire theme entirely as it has got no match to what the movie started off with.
Introducing fresh faces in B-Town is nowadays an upcoming trend and Always Kabhi Kabhi has live upto it. Sameer (Ali Fazal), Nandini (Zoa Morani), Tariq Naqvi (Satyajeet Dubey), Aishwarya Dhawan (Giselle Monteiro) are the new B-town teens introduced by SRK. Zoa Morani is giving her first shot with this and looked assertive. Satyajeet Dubey has grabbed the title for new chocolate boy and was commendable in his role. Gisselle struggled with her expressions and looked blank at time. Ali Fazal who was Lobo is 3 Idiots, was average in this one.
As per me Always Kabhi Kabhi won't make big at the box office but actors like Satyajeet Dubey will be noticed and can have a good future in Bollywood.
Footer: If you are mad about SRK and can watch anything he offers then its a movie for you. Else please avoid this one or add this one the list of 'movies to be watched on DVD'.