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Friday Release: Will court case help 'Aazaan'?


Rohit Vats,IBNLive.com
Oct 14, 2011 at 12:45pm IST

New Delhi: The recent controversy surrounding the film 'Aazaan' will only bring smiles to the faces of the public relation team of the film which is sweating it out to get the film known to more and more audiences.

A group of people have filed a case against the film that it has the potential of hurting the religious sentiments of a specific community and thus the film should be banned. The group's chief problem is with the name 'Aazaan' and they want it to be removed from the film, however that does not seem to happen.

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The film has created quite a buzz despite a new star cast. The film's promos are doing rounds everywhere from the public transport stations to video uploading sites and of course 24 hour channels are there.

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The guthka baron father had earlier tried to launch Sachin Joshi in south Indian films in the years 2002 and 2005.

The guthka baron father had earlier tried to launch Sachin Joshi in south Indian films twice in the years 2002 and 2005 but junior Joshi failed to excel on both the occasions.

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One more interesting person associated with the film is the director Prashant Chadha who had earlier launched Himesh Reshammiya in 'Aap Kaa Surroor-The Real Luv Story'.

The film revolves around the character of an upright Research and Analysis Wing officer Aazaan Khan who is half Indian-half Afghan by birth. It's an entirely different thing that he does not look even a bit like a person who carries the Afghan blood in veins.

One fine day, Aazaan Khan finds himself in the way of a man popularly known as Doctor. This man is the ex-CIA agent who also holds a great control on the strategies of modern biological warfare.

Backed by a powerful nation (take a wild guess), Doctor just has one point agenda in life, that is to completely annihilate a country called India.

Aazaan Khan is fighting on another front too. He is also looking for his brother who is a suspected terrorist working under Doctor's umbrella.

However, Aazaan should not face much difficulty on the emotional front as the former 'Playboy' model Candice Boucher is there to take care of any poignant breakdown. Boucher is an extraordinary sand artist who helps Aazaan in the times of vulnerability and infuses hope and courage in him.

Bhojpuri superstar Ravi Kissen will also be visible in the film as a controversial RAW officer who hates to be politically correct.

The teasers of the film suggest that it's going to be a hardcore masala film with the same age old 'be at peace with your neighbours or face the consequences' message. The film promises to take the audiences on a world tour where they will witness stylish bomb blasts and path breaking technologies.

The film is expected to depict the changing strategies of international diplomatic struggles too.

Most probably, it's going to be one man pitted against the evil super powers type of story where the only saviour will be the fast paced plots and unexpected twists.

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