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Kites review by Hindustan Times
Kites critic rating (Hindustan Times): 3
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Kites critic rating ( 3
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Kites critic rating (The Telegraph): 2
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Kites critic rating (Times of India): 2.5
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Kites  (2010 - Hindi)

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Kites cumulative rating: 2.75 out of 52.75/5 (80 users)

Kites critics rating: 2.45 out of 5 2.45/5 (11 critics)

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  • ujwala
    ujwala wrote on Jul 2 2010 10:38PM

    Hrithik Roshan may be in the news dismissing rumors of any tussle with wife Sussanne Roshan but the last time we caught a glimpse of the hunky actor was in last year’s epic romance Jodhaa Akbar. However, the wait will soon be over and Roshan will be back in action with svelte Barbara Modi in Kites. While the film has been kept under wraps, a small synopsis of the film has been revealed giving away some interesting information about the plot.

    The film revolves around a young man by the name of J (Hrithik Roshan) who was once a fun-loving and now is wanted by government officials. While he is left dying in the heat of Mexico, he is kept alive by his love: Natasha (Barbara Modi). She is his lady-love but engaged to another man. Kites follows the journey of J and Natasha as their love has to surpass passion, culture and love filled with boundaries.

    The film will be featured at the Cannes Film Festival and is said to have created much hype amongst the trade circles too. Watch out for this one—its bound to be a spellbinder.


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