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Awarapan - Review... Contd.

 
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Still from AwarapanAs mentioned at the outset, Emraan delivers a magnificent performance. When the year draws to a close and the 'Best Actor' nominations are being formalized, including this performance would only be appreciating and acknowledging qualitative work.

Ashutosh Rana is splendid and all you want to ask the actor is, aap kahan thhe itne mahine? Shriya Saran has a small role, but she sparkles every time she appears on screen. Mrinalini is a talent to watch out for. She's outstanding!

Purab Kohli is superb as the eccentric nephew of Ashutosh Rana. Ashish Vidyarthi is wasted. Salil Acharya is a welcome addition to the list of talented actors. Shaad [introduced in Woh Lamhe] is very good. Rehaan Khan [introduced in Jaana] is hardly there. Atul Parchure is nice.

On the whole, Awarapan is a well-made product that should appeal to its target audience -- the youth, especially those who appreciate genuinely hatke themes. At the box-office, the film will be affected due to multiple releases in a week. Releasing the film in an open week, without oppositions, would've only helped. However, Awarapan should grow with a strong word of mouth.

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Topics: awarapan, shreya saran, mohit suri, mrinalini sharma, purab kohli, ashutosh rana, koyla, atul parchure, shahrukh khan, emraan hashmi, pritam chakraborty, woh lamhe

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