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Agneepath (New)

Agneepath (New)

Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Actor(s) Hrithik Roshan, rishi Kapoor, sanjay Dutt, katrina Kaif, priyanka Chopra
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Agneepath (New) released in 2012 is the remake of the Amitabh Bachchan starred Agneepath in the year 1990. The film can be watched by all the movie buffs that have missed it or want to see it at their own leisure. The DVD is original and is available in at a very reasonable price. The film has been presented by EROS.

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The movie- Agneepath has been directed by Karan Malhotra, the star casted in the movie are Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Rishi Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. The film was released on January 1 in 2012. The movie is available in DVD format on The DVD is available in various regions, Indian subcontinent, Soviet Union, Mongolia, North Korea and Africa. The genre of the movie is action- romantic. The censor rating allows everyone to watch the movie. The movie has been produced by Karan and Hiroo Johar. The pack consists of a single DVD.

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Agneepath became a hit in the 1990 in which the protagonist was Amitabh Bachchan. The film did very well and in the supporting role Mithun Chakravarty did a great job and added freshness to the movie.

The new version of Agneepath has been directed by Karan malhotra and the star cast consists of Hrithik Roshan, Priyanka Chopra, Rishi Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. The movie not only has a new cast but also has some changes in the plot, story and characters. The main inspiration has definitely been drawn from the original film but the changes have given the story a modern touch. The character of Mithun is not there in the new one and the character played by Rishi Kapoor has been freshly created.

The tale is about moral redemption. It is the story of a boy whose life changes after certain sudden changes that occur in his life. The changes make a great impact on his life and his grows up with just one aim which is to take revenge for his father's death.

The movie got good review even though it was very difficult to match up the original Agneepath. The movie collected a good amount at the opening box office. Hrithik did a good job, Sanjay Dutt was looking menacing just like a villain should look. Katrina did an item number which did pretty well too and Rishi Kapoor was seen in a new avatar- of a villain.

The movie started pretty well with the poem of Harivanshrai Bachchan being recited by the honest school master of a small village near Mumbai called Mandwa. In the beginning the movie seems good and quite interesting but half way through the story goes haywire and the viewers are left confusing.

Overall the movie can be watched, if you haven't seen the movie then you can watch it by buying a DVD from which is available at a very affordable price.

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Publication Date January 1, 2012
Theatrical Release Date January 1, 2012
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Genre Action - romantic, action
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Actor(s) Hrithik Roshan, rishi Kapoor, sanjay Dutt, katrina Kaif, priyanka Chopra
Director(s) Karan Malhotra
Producer(s) Karan Johar Hiroo Johar
No of Discs 1
ESRB Rating Everyone
Studio EROS

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  1.  Agneepath has fire in the belly 9 June, 2014 On
    The very idea of watching a film based on Baap Ka Badla, Maa ki mamta and Behen ki izzat was enough to develop a cold feet for someone brought up on the diet of vendetta films released in the nineties, right from Elan-E-Jung, Main Intaqaam loonga, Zakhmi Aurat, Jigar, Boxer, and of course, Agneepath.

    The reviews were positive, the opening box office collection of 25 crores was awe-inspiring, Hritik was promising, Katrina was hot, and Sanjay Dutt looked menacing – Quite enough a reason to part from those yawn-earned hundred bucks.

    The opening poem of Late Shri. Harivanshrai Bachchan recited by Master Dinanath Chauhan played to perfection by Chetan Pandit sets the benchmark of the film to be something beyond one expected. The next ‘pleasant’ surprise comes from no other than the once-sweater-clad-lover-boy Rishi Kapoor, this time donning the hat of Rauf Lala – a gangster who doesn’t bat an eyelid before selling teenaged girls to ogling men. The veteran Rishi Kapoor plays his first-ever negative role with aplomb, leaving you shocked in disbelief.

    Well, unfortunately, the fun ends right there. The film suddenly gets into Maqbool-mode, where Vijay Dinanath Chauhan (Hritik Roshan) ploys against Rauf Lala for reasons best known to him or maybe the writers. As a viewer, one is left scratching his head (we’re not talking about Chikni Chameli or Gun Guna so one is scratching where it actually itches), why did Vijay have to take that long route if he had to go to Mandwa empty-handed with a few Diwali crackers loaded in a boat? If Rauf Lala was such big a gangster, why was he unable to fight against Vijay, who was armed by just a gun and a few eunuchs?

    Vijay’s mother Suhasini played by Zarina Wahab remains in silent mode almost through the entire film and gets her talk-time only when Vijay kills someone. Some loopholes here and there often make the film lose its grip, but Hritik Roshan, with his nuanced performance plugs those leaks with finesse.

    The music by Ajay-Atul and lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya seem redundant and hamper the narrative – not that their music or lyrics is mediocre, but films like Agneepath ought to do away with naach-gaanas.

    The climax is stretched enough to test one’s patience. Vijay seems to have taken his father’s advice of ‘becoming a pehelwaan’ too literally, which perhaps is the reason he fights Kaancha Cheena bare-handed than exercising his grey cells to defeat him strategically. Furthermore, when Vijay is punctured from everywhere by Kaancha Cheena, the dude rises unscathed to show his perfect eight-packed abs.

    The dialogues by Piyush Mishra lack the punch. Blame it on dialogue writers like Rajat Arora of ‘Once upon a time in Mumbai’ and ‘The Dirty Picture’, who has raised the bar too high for films of this genre. Akiv Ali edits the film with a slickness that spares you of all the emotional attyachar that films of nineties inflicted on you. For instance,the daal-chaawal scene of Hritik Roshan and Zarina Wahab would have overdone if directed in the nineties.

    Movie buffs like me used to spend ten bucks to watch torturous films with a hope of stumbling upon some real good stuff. Things haven’t changed much in a decade; just the zeroes after the ten have increased. Fortunately, I did stumble upon a good film like Agneepath, which is like a breath of fresh air amid the claustrophobic mindless action flicks. Finally a complete action-packed film which also happens to have writers! (Writer Ila Dutta Bedi and director Karan Malhotra take a bow).

    Kamlesh Shankar, a friend of mine, aptly summed up his ‘Agneepath experience’ on his Facebook status as: “Critics ko sun mat, reviews ko padh mat, comparisons zyaada kar mat, aur bilkul miss kar mat – Agneepath…Agneepath…Agneepath.”
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  2.  Bravo Karan Malhotra! 15 September, 2013 On
    A fittingly powerful tribute to the Older master piece is how I shall describe Agneepath (new) to be. Everything, other than the story, was absolutely different from the older version. Old one is Ageless but newer version was more a delectable action flick of international standards. If Amitabh Bachchan was the Soul of original version, Hritik is the Heart of newer version. Mithun Chakraborty and Danny Denzongpa were effortless in the roles that became classic examples of powerful performances then Rishi Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt immortalized the newer version through their villainous histrionics.

    Hats-off to Ila Dutta Bedi (screenplay ) and Karan Malhotra (screenplay and direction)...for successfully treading a path that was so difficult.

    In all, a Must See Revenge Drama.

    P.S. - Any sort of comparison between the two is ridiculous and both are incomparable.
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