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Aetbaar
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Aetbaar
Reviewer's Summary - Crude

Language: Hindi
Year: 2004
Actors: Amitabh Bachchan, John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, Supriya Pilgaonkar
Director: Vikram Bhatt
Producer: Mandeep Singh
Music: Rajesh Roshan
Lyrics: Dev Kohli, Ibrahim Ashq, Maya Govind, Nasir Faraaz, Chandrashekar Rajit
Story: Vikram Bhatt, Robin Bhatt
Screenplay: Robin Bhatt, Sanjeev Duggal
Dialogs: Girish Dhamija

A horrifically violent and crude movie that should never have been made.

What do you do when your only child falls in love with a maniac and will not heed your advise to stay away from him?

That's the predicament Dr Ranveer Malhotra (Amitabh Bachchan) finds himself in when his only daughter Ria (Bipasha Basu) falls for the violent Aryan Trivedi (John Abraham).

In Aryan Trivedi, Ranveer Malhotra faces a maniacal opponent who is also very cunning and manipulative.

Amitabh puts in a fine performance as the devoted father fighting the battle of his life to save his daughter.

John Abraham comes across as more crude and garish than maniacal in his actions.

Subtlety, it seems, is not director Vikram Bhatt's forte.

Bipasha Basu - wholly inadequate as Ria - needs to get back to acting school soon.

The songs are as bad as the rest of the movie. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.


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