thriller focuses on Arjun (Fardeen Khan) and his best friend Rohit
(Rohit Roy) who con people for a living.
their latest escapades, both guys manage to con a rich accountant
by the name of Sikander (Gulshan Grover) by stealing millions of
Rohit (Rohit Roy) is killed and Arjun escapes to another city to
save himself from the murderers.
Sikander manages to track him down and orders him to pay up the
stolen sum plus interest or else face the chop!
to get his hands on some millions, Arjun sets up a special group
who will help him execute a plan.
involved with them is Natasha, a female psychiatrist who ends up
being conned by the group but eventually succeeds in seeking revenge.
into this mix is another character by the name of Jehangir Khan
(Feroz Khan) who slows down Arjun's plans to get his hands on some
will dashing young Arjun finally get the money for the pay back?
Or will he have to answer to Sikander 's wrath? All is revealed
in this thriller.
film has a great storyline but the execution proves to be a let
down. Having said this, the film appears to be very slick but some
of the scenes are too far-fetched.
song sequences are excellent visually but the choreography seems
to be on the erotic side meaning the film is awarded a 15 certificate
from the BBFC.
the lead stars do full justice to their roles, especially Fardeen
Khan who manages to shine in in this film.
of the scenes are lifted straight from Hollywood flicks, giving
you a sense of déjà vu.
with a western style of film making, Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena will
not find many audiences in its screenings.
by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Shropshire Bollywood