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Sachin Chatte's Film Reviews
When it comes to a Salman Khan movie, reviews or opinions hardly matter. There are die hard fans who would even watch a three hour film if Salman were to stare at the cracks in a ceiling all the while. So, once again we have Salman’s shirt coming off (this time water gushing from pipe which unbuttons his shirt) displaying his biceps, abs and a well shaved chest, before he can beat the bad guys to pulp.
Few films tug your heartstrings like this tale of the eminently likable Stanley. It also marks the fabulous debut of Gupte as a director, a reassuring effort of a man who know exactly what he wants to show and how.
Nana Patekar has been there, done that but it is still fun to watch him with his dead pan expressions. The director has shown a bit of flair for telling these kinds of stories but you wish he would have done it with a bit more panache.
The handheld camera shots, famously used in the likes of ‘Blair Witch Project’ and ‘Paranormal Activity’ are effectively used here as well, courtesy Tribhuvan Babu, the cameraman. The two relatively unknown actors Kainaz Motivala and Rajkumar Yadav have stitched up a pretty decent performance. In sum, this abnormal activity is decent enough for a few scares.