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By: Gaurav Malani, IndiaFM
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
Titles at Ram Gopal Varma's Factory keep getting shorter. So after D, the next shortest titled film from this camp comes as Go.
As the trailer opens to the vroom of a racing bike it introduces the lead characters of the film.
Rajpal Yadav who plays a small time con man.
Kay Kay Menon (with a moustache) playing a corrupt cop.
Ravi Kale (who played Bachchan's loyal henchman Chander in Sarkar) playing a dirty politician.
The government is in danger.
An accident connects the lovers to the killers and their lives changes.
Chunk-loads of action, fights, gun-shots, murders follow. The theme track 'Band Baje De' sounds promising. Will it be another Dhoom Machale?
In Go, RGV introduces another new director Manish Srivastav. This summer, stop and you are dead. So GO.
Skating towards success!
Mona Chopra is Maneka for me - Vinod Pandey