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'Luck' movie review, be a film critic

Read the review of Imran Khan-Shruthi Hassan starrer 'Luck' and along with that rate the movie and get a chance to be a film critic.

Published: Friday,Jul 24, 2009 15:27 PM GMT-06:00
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'Luck' directed by Soham Shah of 'Kaal' fame is an adrenaline- pumping racy thriller starring big names like Imran Khan, Sanjay Dutt and Mithun Chakraborathy, Ravi Kisshen, Shruthi Hassan, Rati Agnihotri, Danny Denzongpa amonst others.

'Luck' riding high on star- power boasts of an exceptionally talented ensemble cast who offer their finest services.

'Luck' tells the tale of
Luck movie review, be a film critic
mafia kingpin Musa [Sanjay Dutt], who has one obsession: To revolutionize the betting industry. For him, life is a gamble and what better way to skew the odds than play with those with luck on their side.

Different characters from different parts of the world, each with Lady Luck in their favour, are brought in to play the game of death.

'Luck' sends its audience into a parallel world filled with beautifully choreographed stunts (courtesy Allan Amin) which have not been tried in Bollywood earlier, proving a visual treat to the audience.

Majorly an action thriller, the movie squeezes in a love story into the plot for the benefit of the audience.

Easily one of its major USP, Imran Khan puts up a reasonably good performance indicating an improvement from his earlier movies.

Debutant Shruthi Hassan oozes the confidence of a star and does justice to her character for her first movie.

A heart-racing, pulse-beating, nerve-wrecking movie, action and thriller should not miss this movie as it lays foundations for hard-core stunts, Hollywood style.
But what might have helped garner audience appreciation would have been a story plot, which unfortunately the movie is devoid of.

A movie riding high on star power and thrusted with lots of gloss and high-end thrills, 'Luck' lacks a basic story line.
This is what we at Bollycurry had in store for you guys, but what truly matters is the audience opinion.

So come on, tell us if you guys are 'dying to catch the movie' or planning to give this one 'a skip'.
And for those, who have managed to get the tickets to the first day's shows, share your 'Luck' experience with us and be your own film-critic.

We are all waiting here, to read your movie review.

'Luck' hits the screens on July 24.
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