Crook (2010 - Hindi)
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Emraan Hashmi plays the role of an Indian middle class guy who goes to Australia and is focussed on his goals. Racial attacks on Indian citizens in Australia force him to think and decide whether he should stay out of it or stand up for his countrymen.
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Bhatts are famous for picking over newspaper headline issues and make them into movies. Crook comes up with a serious subject about the plight of Indian students in Australia, i.e. the racism issue, but as proposed in the pre release interviews, it doesnt turn into a serious movie. Contrary, it proposes to be a masala fare. With Emraan - Mohit Suri - Bhatss coming together, expectations sore high. So do they live upto it? Lets find out. First of all, the title of the movie is hardly justified. For sure Emraan is shown doing piracy and stuff in the early scenes, ...» Read full review
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The movie was initially supposed to release on 24th of september 2010, but due to the clash with Anjaana Anjaani, it moved ahead by a fortnight, thus now releasing on 8th of October, averting the clash.
It’s turning out to be more bad than good for Emraan Hashmi starrer Crook: It’s Good To Be Bad. On Wednesday, the cast and crew of the film were forced to return from Australia to India two days before end of schedule. Reason? Australian City Council denied the film any further permission to shoot and despite repeated requests, didn’t budge from their stand. While this definitely meant loss of productive days for the team of Crook, it also left a bad taste in the mouth for everyone involved.
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