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Directed by : Prashant Chadha

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Aazaan Khan - a young upright army officer working for RAW with a mixed lineage of Afghan and Indian parents, as part of his duties, gets drawn in to the murky world of espionage only to find his younger brother a suspected terrorist. Torn between his love for his country and his brother, Aazaan embarks on his mission of unra...more


“Boring execution and a heap of pathetic performances form the core of Sachiin Joshi’s Bollywood debut film Azaan. Give it a skip!”

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Aiming Too High

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Azaan is a film that aims far beyond its capacities, and hence falls flat on its face.

A RAW agent, has to go into enemy camp undercover. At stake is his brother's life, and his nation's pride and security. The threat is a bio weapon. The story is how the aims are achieved while the RAW agent is made to realize of his own vulnerabilities by the lissome Playboy girl heroine.

What could have been an interestingly executed piece of cinema, ends up being a tough watch. The basic problem with Azaan is the fact that none in the film can act. The lead, Sachiin J Joshi can't act to save his life. The most singularly wooden expression of this lead carries on from frame one to the end, making a mockery of whatever little sense the film has. Ravi kissen hams it up while rest of the characters are so halfheartedly created that it one feels for the actors enacting them and their plight.

The film has its moments however in the action sequences. They are slickly done, and give the film a very classy feel. The story takes us around the globe, including Chechenia, claiming to be the first film ever to be shot there post insurgency started.

Azaan might have been intended to do good. All it does is waste time and bore one to death. Sans the imported heroine on the beach, and an action stunt here and there, the film has absolutely nothing to offer and engage. Steer clear.