Friday, August 15, 2008

Mumbai Meri Jaan: Movie review

I first saw the trailers of this upcoming movie while the interval of Jaane Tu ya Jaane naa, and trust me, I got Goosebumps by the end of it. The movie has been directed by Nishikant Kamat and produced by Ronnie Screwwala under the UTV banner.
The cast includes:The story has been written by Yogesh Joshi which revolves around the devastating bombasts that took pace on 11 July, 2006 in Mumbai’s local trains. It spreads light on the after effects of the crisis period over various people in the city and how it brings the worst emotions out, their desperate trials of getting everything back to normal.
The music is arranged by Sameer Phaterperkar and the lyrics have been penned down by the story writer, Yogesh Joshi himself. The flick promises to be a hard core performance oriented one and gives all the actors a chance to prove their mettle. Let’s see…..who fares the best of them all.

Written By Prachi Mehta

1 comment:

Abhishek said...

Irrfan Khan has been in a row of good movies. After his excellent performance in the movie Namesake, he will be seen in Mumbai Meri Jaan and Billo Barber. In an interview with UTVi, he speaks more about his upcomming films. The follow up article can be found on UTVi website (

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