Posts Tagged ‘Danny Denzongpa’

13 Tzameti

               +                 Intacto                   

 

=    Luck              

Thats what the buzz is! And trust us, its all true. If you dissect Luck scene by scene, its called plagiarism! Only difference is its bollywoodised (or say bastardised ) version of the two. In Sanjay Gupta style, Luck will be all dhoom dhaam zhoop zhaap! Its directed by Soham Shah ( Kaal ) and stars Sanjay Dutt, Imran Khan, Shruti Hasan (debut film), Mithun Chakraborty and Danny Denzongpa.

Some sequences are straight lift from 13 Tzameti and Intacto. Remember the famous spine chilling bulb sequence of 13 Tzameti. The concept has been completely plagiarised, without the bulb.

13 Tzameti is an absolute favourite of ours and its was directed by Gela Babluani when he was only 26 years old! If you havent seen the film yet, you need to watch it now! Don’t miss it. BTW, here is the scene that we are talking about.

                                     

Glamsham.com has released the plot details of Suparn Verma’s new film Acid Factory. Initial reports suggests that like all Sanjay Gupta films, this one too promises all style and no substance. And like in the past, Guptaji has got a new bakra. Mumbai Mantra ( Mahindra’s film divison) has acquired the film and will be releasing it soon. 

The film stars Fardeen Khan,  Aftab Shivdasani, Danny Denzongpa, Manoj Bajpai, Dino Morea, Irfan Khan and Dia Mirza. 

Here is the story…

What if a killer would wake up one day with his memory erased? Would his crimes cease to exist?

What if an innocent wakes up one day with his memory erased and perceives himself to be a criminal?

Would that change his perception of reality? 

ACID FACTORY is about a group of characters whose sense of past has vanished in a haze of coma like sleep they have woken up from only to discover that reality could be a figment of their imagination. Their sense of right or wrong is heightened by this state of complete distrust and self righteousness. Five men wake up inside the confines of a factory to find themselves locked in this claustrophobic nowhere land.

As the plot unfolds we gradually learn that two of the people who are trapped have been kidnapped and held hostage by the rest of the three for a heist. But the irony is they themselves do not know who the hostages are and who the kidnappers are.

Their fears are heightened by a phone call from the leader of the gang of goons who informs them that he is on his way with the heist and plans to knock off the two hostages as soon as he arrives. Every one fears for their lives as they are unaware about the fact which tow of them are the hostages. They plan escape, fail and end lunging at each other in despair as the clock ticks away. Individual foibles and shortcomings surface in this final hour of despair. The Big Boss eventually arrives and what follows is a riveting climax leading to an action packed finale. 

The description sounds great on paper and the way its written, makes it look more interesting. But only if the film can achieve half of whats written here! Or may be it will turn out to be one more wannabe cool film. We will be happy to be proved wrong.  Here is the link to the Glamsham feature.