The much-talked-about film New York is releasing tomorrow (June 26). People in the film industry must be waiting with bated breathe, as Bollywood has been going through bad time, owing to the on-going global economic recession and the recently ended fight between film producers and multiplexes owners. Now, all eyes are on New York, as it is expected to bring back the good old times.
New York, produced by Aditya Chopra under Yash Raj Films and directed by Kabir Khan, has been in the news since it was announced. It has a dream team in John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Irrfan Khan. Here are the highlights:-
The film tells about three students whose lives changed post 9/11. It brings to light the increasing prejudices after the great tragedy. Director Kabir Khan revealed that New York is set within the context of 9/11 and talks about the repercussions of such attacks. John Abraham, the lead actor of the film, said that New York begins where Khuda Kay Liye ends.
One of the highlights of New York is its music composed by Pritam with lyrics written by Sandeep Srivastava and Junaid Wasi. The audio album of the film, consisting of 7 tracks and an instrumental, was released on June 10. The songs have turned huge hit amongst the music lovers.
New York was also in the news for things that had nothing to do with the makers of the film. The casting itself hit the headlines hard for the simple reason that Katrina Kaif acts with John Abraham, who is Katrina's boyfriend Salman Khan's bitter enemy. And as the news of the intimate scenes involving Katrina and John leaked to the media, the situation has turned worse. Salman is said to be not happy with Katrina for doing the bold sequences with his enemy.
That was not all. Katrina Kaif and Neil Nitin Mukesh were praising each other to heaven a few days ago, and that too through the media. Katrina said Nitin is the cutest amongst the present Bollywood actors and he paid back in double fold by describing her as the cutest and sexiest actress.
So much has been talked about New York, its cast and crew. It looks promising from the outset but we'll come to know its true colour only when it hits the theatres tomorrow. Watch out guys!