New York

Production year: 2009

Bollywood R   Running time: 2:33

IMDB rating:   6.8     Aspect: Wide;  Languages: Hindi;  Subtitles: English, Arabic, Dutch, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi;  Audio: DD 5.1

New York is an extremely taut and highly emotive piece of political drama which begins with a bang. Indian immigrant Omar (Neil Nitin Mukesh) is arrested by the FBI and grilled for his terrorist links by officer Irrfan Khan. Pleading his innocence, he is forced to flashback to his college days and his friendship with Sameer (John Abraham), the campus hero and Maya (Katrina Kaif), the campus hottie who stole his heart but loved Sameer. The breezy campus days give way to a more turbulent present when Omar is sent back into Sameer and Maya's life as an undercover agent for the FBI. His brief is to expose Sameer's terrorists activities and help the FBI to abort his dangerous mission. Omar's loyalty to his friend however remains unflinching through out his treacherous game and his only desire is to extricate his buddies from the messed up post 9/11 world. You won't get the answer dry-eyed. Since the fun and games of the first half build up to a gripping climax which sees all the actors pitching in credible performances. Watch out for John Abraham, this performance should open doors for him.

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Making Of The Film
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Making of the Remix Videos
New York Special
Zoom TV,
The New Yorkers
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