Aazaan Movie Reviews

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  • Subhash K. Jha


    Subhash K. Jha | NDTV Movies

    As we see rescue operations post a bombing attack being carried out in slow motion, the soundtrack goes almost inert in a show of frozen protest…And you know there and then that Azaan has something out-of-the-ordinary to offer to the action genre. Tackling global terrorism and Islamic isolation as seen through the eyes of a tormented Muslim secret agent, Azaan heads towards its flaming phases of flash-points with the least amount of fuss or ostentation
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  • Nikhat Kazmi


    Nikhat Kazmi | Times of India

    It's the good Muslim versus the bad Muslim thesis which the director tries to showcase in the film through the characters of Azaan, the diehard patriot, and his brother Amaan, a terrorist. Of course, don't go looking for something really deep and incisive in this popcorn thriller which has nothing to boast about except its exotic locales and its high decibel action cuts. The film hurtles across the globe as Azaan chases the evil Doctor and his gang in Germany
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  • Taran Adarsh


    Taran Adarsh | bollywoodhungama.com

    Bioterrorism is amongst the most burning and disconcerting issues today. The perils of biological warfare -- also known as germ warfare -- just cannot be disregarded and what makes it even more hazardous is the fact that a lot of countries remain vulnerable to it. AAZAAN undertakes a grave issue, a theme that has never been depicted on the Hindi screen earlier. Besides, director Prashant Chadha attempts to narrate the story in a style that's reminiscent of
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  • Martin D'Souza


    Martin D'Souza | Glamsham

    Sachiin Joshi could not have asked for a better launch pad. A slickly shot movie, with loads of first-rate action and very high production inputs, akin to a Hollywood flick. All he has to do is give side profile shots and look intently at the camera with kohl-lined eyes. Very rarely does he have to speak. Whenever he does speak, his weak voice lets him down. But yes, the lad does have screen presence. The first five minutes of the movie are gripping
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  • Shaheen Parkar


    Shaheen Parkar | Mid-Day

    An avid watcher of James Bond, The Bourne Identity, Mission Impossible and all such thriller, action flicks decides to make a movie. Inspired by the high-octane stuff, he wants to recreate the same effect. He even wants to act in it. With a lavish budget at his disposal, he sets forth scouring locations across the globe. Fancy car chases that tumble up in a pile, jumping from rooftops, zipping from one exotic place to another and... oh yes... there's even a girl
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  • Patcy N


    Patcy N | rediff.com

    Mere sar par Allah ka haath hai aur iske sar par Allah ka haath hai,' lead actor Sachiin Joshi mouths this dialogue in the film and one hopes that it holds true for the film Aazaan because only God can save this movie from becoming a dud at the box-office. The film starts with a biological weapon, Ebola, attacking our country. It can kill people in 48 hours just like Chimera in Mission Impossible 2. One special agent, Aazaan Khan (Sachiin Joshi), is out on a mission to kill
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  • Komal Nahta


    Komal Nahta | Koimoi

    Aazaan review by Komal Nahta Biz rating: 1/5 star. What’s Good: The action scenes; the cinematography.What’s B...
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