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Naqaab
Director: Abbas Burmawalla and Mustan Burmawalla
Cast:
Bobby Deol (Karan Khanna), Akshaye Khanna (Vicky Malhotra), Urvashi Sharma(Sophie), Vikas Kalantri(Siddharth)
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Bobby Deol and Akshaye Khanna in Naqaab
Bobby Deol and Akshaye Khanna in Naqaab
Director duo Abbas Mustan are back with what they do best - a thriller with a shocking twist!
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This thriller focuses on Sophie (Urvashi Sharma), a young confident girl from a middle-class family.

Whilst engaged to handsome millionaire Karan Khanna (Bobby Deol), she comes into contact with handsome, debonair Vicky Malhotra (Akshaye Khanna).

Bobby Deol in Naqaab
Bobby Deol in Naqaab

Vicky is a struggling but ambitious actor who would stop at nothing to achieve his aims.

So as time goes by, her affections shift to Vicky causing a rift in her relationship with Karan.

This shocking thriller also focuses on the shady past of all the three characters with some alarming twists and turns.

Director duo Abbas-Mastan is back with another thriller Naqaab, which is based on a love triangle with a surprising twist.

Releasing by Adlabs in the UK, Naqaab brings together Bobby Deol and Akshaye Khanna after their box office hit, Humraaz (2002) which was also directed by Abbas-Mustan.

Abbas and Mustan are renowned for making successful Bollywood thrillers and with a string of Bollywood successes like 36 China Town (2006), Aitraaz (2004), Humraaz (2002) and Ajnabee (2001), this year's Naqaab meaning the veil, is sure to bring audiences into cinemas.

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