Watch the first trailer of Fitoorstarring Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Lara Dutta and Rahul Bhatt. Fitoor is directed by Rock on & Kai Po Che famed director Abhishek Kapoor and produced by UTV Motion Pictures & Guy in the Sky Pictures.
Fitoor Release Date: 12th February 2016.
Fitoor Movie Synopsis
This story follows a young Kashmiri boy Noor, his muse Firdaus and a mercurial Begum, through love lost and realized over the course of two generations.Thirteen-year-old Noor, an impressionable shikara boy living by the piers of Kashmir’s Dal Lake, is lured into the world of the Begum – the wealthiest woman in town.
Young Noor falls in love with the Begum’s daughter, Firdaus – a beautiful child who has been raised to break hearts. Suffering from a broken heart herself, the Begum finds her mark in Noor.
Noor begins to obsess over Firdaus, someone who belongs to a world completely different from his. Seasons change and Noor leaves his hometown to move to the city of Delhi to build his career as an artist. He strives to be accepted into the sophisticated social circles that Firdaus is a part of in a quest to win her love, while the Begum plots retribution on their young and innocent love.
Don 2 is spectacularly boring! the makers borrow ideas from some fine capers like Ocean’s Eleven and the Mission Impossible movies. Still what they deliver in the end is a clunky and spectacularly boring film that is neither smart nor particularly fun.
The first half, however, moves at a leisurely pace and takes a while to come to the point. It is after interval that the pace picks up but even in the post-interval part, the initial reels are too technical and get confusing for the average viewer. But the last few reels are very engrossing and the revelation of the suspense (like in the first part, Don) is the highlight. Intrigue, suspense, style and drama – the four highlights of Don–are in evidence in the sequel too.
Don 2 is a classic action/crime thriller that doesn’t let go, even for a moment. More importantly, the plot has been finely crafted, with every twist and turn falling into place like a complicated albeit neat little jigsaw.
Don 2 in 3D is a waste, so don’t fret if you haven’t booked for a 3D show. In fact, don’t fret if you haven’t booked a show at all.The King is yet to return. Meanwhile since Hrithik’s cameo is the highpoint of the film and the plot does have a few interesting twists.
It’s literally slapstick humour, with a lot of slaps flying around between simians and humans, humans and humans. Nevertheless, it makes you laugh, provided you don’t go looking for artistry and intelligence.