So, Neil Nitin Mukesh wanted to revive his acting career. Something struck in him and he concluded that he would need to become a producer to back himself. You see, maybe producers had dissociated themselves from him. Something struck in him again and he felt that he should write the film. You see, all the writers of this country had gone for a long sabbatical (as if). Something struck in him again and he tied up his brother Naman Nitin Mukesh to wield the megaphone.
Anjaam: After an intelligent conversation with Anupam Kher this morning, I get to see one of the most absurd and boring films of my life. Squirmed in my seat so much, I bet it might have wrinkled permanently at few spots. Yeah, so this comeback onslaught (on our brains) of Neil called Bypass Road. At least, it's titled appropriately.
Adah Sharma and Shama Sikander will surely not be proud of the final product. If they are, they are free to tweet. Gul Panag adds nothing to the film. If she does, she can declare.
As for Neil, my heart bleeds for him. The fine actor of Johnny Gaddaar has seemingly lost confidence.
The long and short of this long-felt stay is a masked killer. But yours truly, a sucker for whodunits, was only trying to wonder that when would I see the sun outside rather than the hidden face.
Bas, kindly let me bypass the rest of my comments.
I am going with a SOLITARY STAR. Woh bhi pata nahin kyun?
P.S: Aaj Raat I am going to thrill myself. Planning to listen to Nitin and Mukesh's songs, which will compensate for Neil's (perhaps) biggest blunder.
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