This exhausted remake of Hollywood's 'Point of no return' is a decade behind its point.
Bobby Deol is great as an assassin out to avenge the deaths of both his father and his mentor but he is also wasted in the role as he is too good for a tired action drama such as this. The equally brilliant Priyanka Chopra is also wasted in a role as his love interest who is given nothing to do other than endlessly parade about in beautiful Sarees and pout.
The best part of the movie happens at the beginning on a train when a girl about to be raped by a goon turns out to be an undercover hired assassin (a rare occurrence by all Indian standards) but don't get your hopes high as the film goes downhill from there.
The music is quite good but even it cannot carry the film. Don't get too attached to any characters.
Bobby Deol: Simply put - he attempts Jr. B of Sarkar. The restrained performance doesn't suit him – yet. It was clearly evident that it was forced down his throat.
Priyanka: Very average performance. The role was similar to Dimple Kapadia's in Arjun.
Ritiesh Deshmukh: A very-very special appearance kind of role.
Danny: Should have given more screen time to develop his character and the basis of his ideology. In terms of performance, there wasn't anything special to mention about.
Irfan Khan: Very impressive considering the fact that the role demanded various shades to it and effectively strikes a fine balance between his duty and personal agenda.
Overall, waste of talents and waste of money!
Rating: 1.5 / 5