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Directed by : Abhishek Kapoor , Siddharth Roy Kapur

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Based on the cult Charles Dickens' novel Great Expectations, Fitoor is a romantic movie directed by Abhishek Kapoor. Shot around the globe at exotic locales, the film stars Aditya Roy Kapur and Katrina Kaif in lead roles. Noor(Aditya Roy Kapur) a thirteen year old kashmiri boy who belongs to poor upbringings meets and is deep...more


“Visually appealing, just not appealing enough to make up for its lost plot!”

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A shallow obsession!

| by Krishna Sripada |
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Amit Trivedi's lilting tunes, a dreamy-eyed painted in Aditya Roy Kapur, Tabu's intense voice and smoldering countenance and the promise of a love story for all times, an Indianised Great Expectations - all these expectations come crashing when you watch Fitoor. Estella never turns up and you are left wondering what could've been if the beautiful lady could act and not just look dumbly innocent. Aditya Roy makes the role his own, enters the skin of a boy who was always in love with 'that girl' until she breaks his heart. But that depressing tale from school days we all read isn't this movie. This one is shallow and the screenplay creaks under the burden of our expectations raised by lovely landscapes, great shots and some really great lines. Sadly the canvas wasn't good enough for the painting and the first drops of rain wash it all away. The movie needed some powerful performances but Katrina doesn't budge. She cannot find love in the fakeness of her lines and Noor, the dreamy eyed man is left burdened with his emotional tale and no reciprocity from the other side, neither in the story nor in the actress' work. Fitoor could have been great but isn't because fake lines don't work for such tales. Sin cera is the word!

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